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Carsten Lundsten


N-scale Door and Guide cars for the Walthers ovens now available:
http://shpws.me/NbkT N-scale Door And Guide Car
H0-scale quench locomotive now available - http://shpws.me/N9ao H0-scale Coker (LEFT-hand version)
cslundsten commented on N-scale Coker (RIGHT-hand version) by cslundsten
September 5, 2015
N-scale Coker (RIGHT-hand version)
cslundsten @pimpdogbert Thanks! I am currently painting and detailing the prototypes. The photo shows the locomotive with my "old" quench locomotive and the quench car.
4 N scale coke car side extensions for W&LE hopper
cslundsten Possibly. Is there a prototype for that? Let's see how these work out first :-)


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