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Ensign Posted - 01/22/2019 : 5:24:12 PM
Hi everyone, well look what I picked up today in the mail!
Rail Scale Miniatures "Whispering Falls" has finally arrived!
This kit has so much stuff in it that RSM owner Dario Le Donne had to use 2 boxes to accommodate all of the materials needed to build this kit.
Here are the boxes that this kit comes in.



Here is the information packed instruction manual and the "Micro Scale" Floquil colour chart- cross reference chart that come with this kit.





A look inside of the kit's manual shows how Dario at RSM walks you through each step.
Providing good photos of what you are working on and how it should look.





First I dug into the larger box to see this kits contents.
I could not fit everything into one shot so I took a few.
This kit has a lot of wood in it, for that board on board construction of the barn.



The kit's castings, CD with colour images showing this kit from different perspectives.
Different styles of roofing materials used throughout this kit, and other detailing components.



To be continued...
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Ensign Posted - 01/06/2020 : 7:17:43 PM
Thanks! Bob & Rich.

Rich, glad you were able to find one!

Greg
Pennman Posted - 01/06/2020 : 7:13:50 PM
Me too, just like Bob said. The lights really add to the atmosphere. WOW!!

I got that tractor today and it is perfect.

Rich
sgtbob Posted - 01/06/2020 : 2:58:00 PM
I love it !!!

Bob
Ensign Posted - 01/06/2020 : 2:20:45 PM
Thanks! Dave.

I'm still working on the lighting & sound effects for this kit.
Here is a little preview, of how the driveshed now looks with the lights turned on.




Greg
Grubes Posted - 01/05/2020 : 8:44:21 PM
Bucolically beautiful.

Wonderful work.

Dave
Pennman Posted - 01/05/2020 : 1:49:22 PM
Thanks Greg, sounds good to me. I might go with a similar color scheme like you used.

Rich
Ensign Posted - 01/05/2020 : 1:17:48 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Pennman

Greg,

If you still have the box, it should be on the back side of the box, near the bottom. Although I did buy one, I was asking because I don't have it yet. Thanks

Rich



Rich, sorry I didn't get the box when I bought my steam tractor.
However just checking out the Dinky collectors site I discovered the scale of this steam tractor.
It's 1:76 or 00 scale which was the British version of HO scale.

Greg
Pennman Posted - 01/05/2020 : 1:01:58 PM
Greg,

If you still have the box, it should be on the back side of the box, near the bottom. Although I did buy one, I was asking because I don't have it yet. Thanks

Rich
Ensign Posted - 01/05/2020 : 12:54:27 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Pennman

Greg,

Your build turned out fabulous. Thanks for showing us those vehicles. I do have the case tractor, yet to assemble, but after seeing the yesteryear steam tractor, I just had to get one.
I do believe the model is 1:80 scale, but please correct me if I'm wrong.

Rich



Hi Rich, thanks again for your nice comments.
I'm not exactly certain of the exact scale of that "Dinky Toy" steam tractor.
Your guess sounds good, I know that it must be close to 1/87th scale.

Greg
Pennman Posted - 01/04/2020 : 6:47:23 PM
Greg,

Your build turned out fabulous. Thanks for showing us those vehicles. I do have the case tractor, yet to assemble, but after seeing the yesteryear steam tractor, I just had to get one.
I do believe the model is 1:80 scale, but please correct me if I'm wrong.

Rich
Ensign Posted - 01/03/2020 : 10:18:31 PM
Bob, thanks for you nice post!
Glad you enjoyed the build.

Greg
time2play Posted - 01/03/2020 : 3:43:15 PM

Greg, I really enjoy your builds. Excellent skills show nicely. And, the colouring and weathering are dead on. Thanks for sharing...

Bob
mark_dalrymple Posted - 01/02/2020 : 8:04:55 PM
An absolute feast for the eyes, Greg!

Your workmanship is outstanding. I have enjoyed watching your journey tremendously.

I know it could be off scene - but those horses could do with a water trough.

Cheers, Mark.
Ensign Posted - 01/02/2020 : 7:56:04 PM
Mark, thanks for your kind words!
I will see what I can do about those thirsty horses.

Greg
mark_dalrymple Posted - 01/02/2020 : 2:04:12 PM
An absolute feast for the eyes, Greg!

Your workmanship is outstanding. I have enjoyed watching your journey tremendously.

I know it could be off scene - but those horses could do with a water trough.

Cheers, Mark.

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