Paper Train Factory

Discussion in 'Railroading' started by bwallaw, Mar 26, 2004.

  1. bwallaw

    bwallaw Member

    Ran across a web design site that sells a few models of railroad locomotives, some 1/12-scale diorama models, and a detailed S-scale Orient Express Passenger Saloon Car. Like I said, they aren't giving them away, but the information may be new and of interest to some. Here's the link:

    Looks like they spend their free time at something worthwhile! :wink:
  2. Kashiwazaki

    Kashiwazaki KASHIWAZAKI SENA FAN!!

    I went there, too. Unfortunately, I have no work right now, but I already chosen the trains I'm willing to buy: the Amtrak Genesis 1 paper train and the swiss red SBB-CFF-FFS 460 series. I think if I can find them on file sharing web pages, I will be even more happy. Do you know how I do it?
  3. kenken

    kenken New Member

  4. Kashiwazaki

    Kashiwazaki KASHIWAZAKI SENA FAN!!

  5. Sippy

    Sippy New Member

    I am buy these right now. Very nice!
  6. kenken

    kenken New Member

    Hi all.
    Hi The BiLevel Maker.

    Thank you for your message.
    It takes 2 days. But I like it.
    Many friends in my model railroad club, they also loves my paper train.
  7. bilge

    bilge New Member

    nice works
  8. Kashiwazaki

    Kashiwazaki KASHIWAZAKI SENA FAN!!

    Well, if you visited the website this topic starter gave, you might have seen the Class 460, too; question is, it's only available by paying!
    So, I did my own, and beyond the red standard livery, I did the "Pepsi Advertising" and the "SBB Cargo"!

    So, I think your friends from the railroad club might like to see some swiss trains! :thumb:

    And I changed my pseudo, look on the modified quote! :mrgreen:

  9. matt libby

    matt libby New Member

    big train engines?

    I'm new to this site and am looking for large scale train engines in paper. I saw a post of someone building a "BIG boy" engine in 1/25th scale..Where do you get these large scale trains ?
  10. Kashiwazaki

    Kashiwazaki KASHIWAZAKI SENA FAN!!

    Well, first of all, I don't work with scales, I never get OK with them, I just keep "releasing" my imagination for them.sign1 Eventually, when there's a set, I must do them with the same size between each file image. So:

    I have a roster of trains (mostly MP36PH-3C & Bombardier bilevel commuters), maybe some of them will interest you. It includes a three sheet of the EMD DDA40X, biggest rail diesel machine of the World.

    Also, a collection of swiss Class 460's (Lok 2000) is available, for those who don't want to pay for a Class 460 that has one single color...
  11. Hi-Torque

    Hi-Torque Member

    @ Matt:

    Modelik and Angraf have some. You can also scale up scans of your model (which will require some copy and pasting). Several sites have conversion charts that list the percentage to scale up to achieve the desired scale.

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