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This is a bodyshell for a locomotive to fit the quench car. There are two versions available, depending if the quench tower is located to the right or the left of the coke ovens. This version is for the quench tower to be located to the LEFT when looking at the coke side of the ovens.
The model runs on a modified Kato/Tomix #11-103 power truck which must be trimmed down to fit the shell. I trimmed mine to be a snug fit.
In addition the shell is designed for handrails from TrainCat (their N-scale walkway and handrails kit) and the shell features guide holes to assist drilling for the stanchions. The industrial stairs are from Gold Medal Models. Test fit the stairs before painting as the bottom may need trimming in order to stay above rail level.
The shell is designed for Micro-Trains 1015 couplers and there are guide holes for drilling. Be VERY careful when drilling and tapping the holes as the drill/tap will break through the front if drilled more than a few mm deep. Drill very carefully and stop immediately if you see signs of it breaking through.
Lastly it is possibly to install window glazing by cuttting clear plastic to size and glue to the inside of the shell. In the end opposite the quench car is also a dual headlight that can be lit by a light source inside the shell.