Studio Shots: Custom 3rd Rail Brass Heavyweight Dining Car

3rd Rail Brass Heavyweight Dining Car

 

A somewhat complex project that I'm happy to have completed, the finished car should hold its ground against any brass passenger car done to this date. A full article was dedicated on the latest O Scale Resource as well as a single thread in this forum. Hope you enjoy the pictures:

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SANTIAGOP23 posted:

3rd Rail Brass Heavyweight Dining Car

 

A somewhat complex project that I'm happy to have completed, the finished car should hold its ground against any brass passenger car done to this date. A full article was dedicated on the latest O Scale Resource as well as a single thread in this forum. Hope you enjoy the pictures:

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What is the switch for? I really like the interior.

Later Gator,

  Dave

 

Here comes a Yankee with a blackened soul,
Heading to Gatow with a load of coal.
......Anonymous U. S. pilot during the Berlin Airlift

PRRMP54 posted:
SANTIAGOP23 posted:

3rd Rail Brass Heavyweight Dining Car

 

A somewhat complex project that I'm happy to have completed, the finished car should hold its ground against any brass passenger car done to this date. A full article was dedicated on the latest O Scale Resource as well as a single thread in this forum. Hope you enjoy the pictures:

DSC06610

What is the switch for? I really like the interior.

It turns in the modem, this is a wi-fi equipped car 

I'm finally able to breathe, again!  Modem!!  WiFi!!!  Too good!!!

Your dining car is simply the sine qua non!

My purpose in finding this thread, again, was to ask what material you used for the tablecloths?  I have a New York Central dining car that I'd like to "trick out" with interior details and hope to use materials that won't age as badly as I have.

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