Gallery Of 0-16.5/0n30
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- Updated Oct 18th
/ 0n30 - Models
One reason to change
from 0 gauge to 0-16.5 / 0n30 was a holiday on Germany's largest island
Ruegen and the experience I made on their narrow gauge railway "Ruegensche
-> have a look at
Kleinbahnen in 0e" (in German only)
But because there's
a narrow gauge life besides the Ruegenschen Kleinbahnen I built some other
narrow gauge models. too.
Sporadically I will
keep this site updated. Whenever there's a new model worth showing it will
show up here.
loved these tiny little railcars!
the story of "Pig's Noses" by clicking this link or picture .GO!
I converted some of the little Magic Train locos
conversion of the
Magic Train 994605
to the 994603 that
on the island of
Conversion to a free-lance
loco with the help
0-Scale body kit.
to a free-lance
altered Grandt Line
I borrowed the blue
livery from the
"Nicki + Frank S"
which is located at Ruegen
(compare with Nicki
+ Frank S model
from Henke in the
top right corner)
great conversion potential with the models of
Spectrum, Fleischmann Magic Train and
Sadly there's no German
8-wheeled coach available.
But I found a way
to convert it from 2 Fleischmann bodies of their 4-wheeled coaches
and an undercarriage
from a Bachmann coach.
.Here's a gallery of the build. .GO!
The optional luggage
van is built from a Fleischmann box car.
This box car derived from an unfinished model of Jan Schulz (Schulzmodell).
The left picture shows
the state when it arrived. The opposite side still had to be completed.
The chassis is an
altered Fleischmann one. And such a cute little waggon came into being.
A conversion from
an open Marklin Minex waggon to a Saxon open waggon was made with
parts from Henke and
again a chassis of a Bachmann open car.
This free-lance tank
waggon is a heavily shortened Fleischmann Magic Train tank car.
It works as a water
car for my Garratt loco.
A nice picture of
the waggon being on
can find on my
No conversion this
time - just a Bachmann flat car which I repainted.
And a Garrett steam
roller (Corgi model) mounted on top.