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Tintic Range Posted - 01/10/2020 : 7:22:47 PM
While my main focus is 1900 Rio Grande Western Railway, I've lately been considering dabbling in the 1870s, when the "Mormon Roads" were still under construction, such as the Utah Central, Utah Southern, Utah & Pleasant Valley, etc. Besides local roadnames I need a ton of Central Pacific rolling stock since the Utah Central and Utah Southern were known to buy/lease/borrow/steal CP cars in addition to some limited interchange.

My first car was the Crown Point Model Engineering Central Pacific construction flat kit, which fits perfectly because the decals included with the kit were drawn from Andrew Brandon's Central Pacific lettering diagram for 1878.





Trucks are Bitter Creek, designed for their Central Pacific boxcar kit, but they work for a lot of early CP cars. They don't currently appear on the Bitter Creek website (I bought them at a train show last year) but I contacted the owner and he says he'll have them up soon.

Paint was poly scale Erie Lackawanna Maroon. I used Andrew's lettering diagram and picked a color of my many maroons/oxides that looked good. Of course these photos revealed all the spots that I missed with the paint, so I've touched it up a bit since then.

I still have five more CP flats to build, but I think I'll assemble a Bitter Creek CP boxcar next.
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Tintic Range Posted - 01/17/2021 : 12:47:35 AM
Thank you all for the kind words! Here is the car now with trucks.




railman28 Posted - 01/16/2021 : 11:11:34 PM
Josh, the car look really sharp' Good job man.
CNE1899 Posted - 01/14/2021 : 1:08:12 PM
Josh,

The car looks really good! The atypical cars are always interesting.

Scott
deemery Posted - 01/14/2021 : 12:18:03 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Bernd

Interesting car. If it went off it would give a new meaning to the term "blown off the tracks".
(sorry, I'll leave now)

Nice clean build.

Bernd



Actually, if this car was designed the same way they did powder storage magazines around mines, the intent would be for the car to "blow its top" (i.e. to have reinforced walls but a weak roof, so the blast would all form upwards, rather than outwards.)

dave
Bernd Posted - 01/14/2021 : 11:51:44 AM
Interesting car. If it went off it would give a new meaning to the term "blown off the tracks".
(sorry, I'll leave now)

Nice clean build.

Bernd
Michael Hohn Posted - 01/14/2021 : 08:47:27 AM
Excellent modeling, Josh.

Not something you see every day.

Mike
Tyson Rayles Posted - 01/14/2021 : 08:09:46 AM
robert goslin Posted - 01/14/2021 : 04:26:06 AM
Nice work Josh. Don't think I've seen an explosives boxcar modelled before.
Interesting subject.
Tintic Range Posted - 01/13/2021 : 9:29:16 PM
Paint and decaling done, now for trucks and the brake staff.


Tintic Range Posted - 01/11/2021 : 3:50:58 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Empire of the Air



What will you be using to letter the car?




Decals I drew up myself, same as all previous models I've posted. You can get the decal sets I design through Great Basin Car Shops though.
Empire of the Air Posted - 01/11/2021 : 3:06:15 PM
Josh,

What will you be using to letter the car?

Regards,
Wallace
George D Posted - 01/11/2021 : 06:45:08 AM
Looks good, Josh. I like those Archer rivets.

George
Tintic Range Posted - 01/10/2021 : 11:19:14 PM
Body is now assembled. On to paint.


CNE1899 Posted - 01/10/2021 : 2:10:09 PM
Josh,

That is a pretty cool box car. Your build is coming along nicely.
I am using the Archer rivets on my camelback build. At first it was difficult, but I got the hang of it.
I like how they look.

Scott
Michael Hohn Posted - 01/10/2021 : 05:45:30 AM
Josh,

Interesting prototype and model. Iím looking forward to watching it go together.

Mike

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