Wayne’s been back in touch with something for his HO scale oil tank cars.
He wanted aloading platform for them but couldn’t find one. So he’s made one.
If you missed his first post, you can get up to speed here, it’s a real belter.
He’s been in the wars – he’s not been well at all but he’s still managed to dedicate part of his layout to his late brother-in-law:
“I haven’t done much on the layout except some small things.
I built a unloading rack for the tank cars, a yard office, cleaned the town of splattered plaster, and turned one store into a real estate office.
My sister and her husband own one. He passed away about two weeks ago, so now they have a place on the set. I got a couple more lights hooked up, and figured out how to soldier those ( 2 hairs and air ) wire together, without melting the wire.
I saw the post you did on some of the stuff I had sent you.
Please tell your readers, thank you for all the kind and helpful comments they posted.
I have a lot to learn, and not to long to do it.
My tank cars needed a way to unload to the tanks for the fuel distributor.
For such a little item I had to spend hours makeing it. It still needs to be weathered, that I can do later.
If you see anything I missed let me know.
Now on to Cassio.
He was man of very few words, but thanks to the online translation sites, he’s now a man of some words!
I send another movie made with Union Pacific locomotives in Bragança Layout.
I hope you enjoy sharing it with your followers.
A big thanks to Wayne for sharing his HO scale oil tank cars and their platform! And thanks to Cassio too.
That’s all for today folks.
Please do keep ’em coming.
And if Wayne or Cassio has inspired you, the Beginner’s Guide is here.