BR38 Steam Engine/1:76 /Albrecht Pirling

Discussion in 'Railroading' started by hemingway, Dec 21, 2007.

  1. hemingway

    hemingway New Member

    Hi there,

    last 2 weeks I build this one, it was a lot of fun!

    It is a free download at (you have to register), original in 1:38. I build it half size.

    There is also a BR 94 and some wagons.


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  2. Very nice. After seeing your's I think I will build one myself. Thanks for the inspiration.
  3. cgutzmer

    cgutzmer Guest

    that looks really good! how long did it take you?
  4. hemingway

    hemingway New Member

    Hi Tim & Chris, thank you for replying!

    @Chris: I worked on it at the evenings (about 1 hour) for 2 weeks. But I am not a fast builder, of course...

  5. RichBohlman

    RichBohlman Railroad Card Modaler

    Nice looking model! Thanks for sharing!

    NULLMOON Member

    were did it come from? i fancy a go on this before taking a blade to my modelik kreigslok
  7. hemingway

    hemingway New Member

    Hi Nullmoon,

    I mentioned it above: You can download it for free at Only thing is to register.

    Kartonmodell-Forum | Portal

    In comparison to the modelik "Kriegslok" BR52, this is a quite simple model.

  8. tjblundell

    tjblundell Member

    Urm i'm tjblundell i'm new. Where did you get that model from??
  9. Elliott

    Elliott Senior Member

    Hi TJ and welcome to our corner of the world,

    Look at the post directly above yours and click on the blue hyperlink for Kartonmodell-Forum. Once there you must register before you can download any models. I believe there is an on-site translation guide to help you register. They have some great downloadable models and the craftsmanship is superb. Definitely worth a visit.
  10. Mark Crowel

    Mark Crowel Member

    I didn't realize there was such an interest in paper locomotives and rolling stock. Do people usually add power units to these, or do most builders keep them as non-powered static displays? Either way, they're impressive.

    This gives me a use for all those paper towel roll cardboard cores I've been saving from work. They're just right for O Gauge locomotive boilers.
    Now I can make an O Gauge layout I can afford!
  11. Paper modelers are fior the most part content just to put their work on a shelf. A few of us sell them but I don't know of any who actually put a motor to them. The architectural models however are another story. Train modelers use them frequently in thier dioramas.

    But the nice thing is you can do whtever moves you. If you want to put a motor to it, go for it. Just don't forget to include it as a build thread here on the forum. Who knows, you might start something.

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