SCALETRAINS Tunnel Motor

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mec_alf
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SCALETRAINS Tunnel Motor

Post by mec_alf » Sun May 19, 2019 8:32 am

I splashed out much of my back pay on on of these, courtesy of the nice, friendly people at Mech-Models. (Disclaimer, my relationship is that of a customer, nothing more.)
So far I have merely set the address to the unit's running number and plan to run it a Crewe later on today; with luck I'll be able to post a video of it afterwards.
From Rigby Yard to the Hill - MEC and SP live on.

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Re: SCALETRAINS Tunnel Motor

Post by torikoos » Tue Aug 06, 2019 8:00 pm

I don't know how I overlooked your message here, but I hope you are enjoying yours. I certainly am mine, fantastic model!
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mec_alf
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Re: SCALETRAINS Tunnel Motor

Post by mec_alf » Sun Nov 03, 2019 7:17 pm

Koos,

It's a really nice model out-of-the-box, and now that the UDE light is on <F6> rather than <F14>, it's even better. Can we have an SD45T-2 now?
From Rigby Yard to the Hill - MEC and SP live on.

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