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An Sn3 C-16 ca. 1900

Started by finescalerr, May 29, 2019, 08:52:17 PM

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My friend, Kelly Morris, built this RGS C-16 for a client in 1:64 scale. Much of the model is scratchbuilt. Kelley also painted and weathered the model. -- Russ


Here's a top view. -- Russ


And here's the glamour shot, the one we'd use for the lead photo. -- Russ

Chuck Doan

Just beautiful. So glad to hear Kelly is still building!
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Ray Dunakin

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Bill Gill

Makes me think about modeling that scale & gauge. Looks good.


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WP Rayner

Very nice... I didn't realize he was still building and painting. His painting work was a major inspiration for me back in the early 90s when I was custom-building and painting.

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