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WR 360 C12 Shunter

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Shunter? Les writes: "Shunter." An Aussie term that was used for loco`s in a marshalling yard. They never went any where just pushed rolling stock around to marry up with the prime movers. They were called shunter's. In the U.S. they are known as switchers.

Using techniques perfected building model ships and his BR52, Les created an exceptional simulated metallic finish. He even scratch-built a diesel prime mover for under the hood!
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About the Author

About Leslie G Rogers (lesrogers)
FROM: NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA

Started marine company called Jolly Roger Marine. Importers of all hardware for pleasure boats. Had Boat yard and slips servicing all boating needs. Retired now have built many period wooden sailing ships and the odd plastic model. Live in a habour town on the Pacific Coast which is sub tropical. Ha...


Comments

Les, super weathering and build!
MAY 07, 2014 - 04:52 AM