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Russian 20-Ton Flatbed Railcar for 1/35 Eastern Front

Beautifully Produced kit in Resin and Brass & blogged

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LZ Models are a new manufacturer on the scene...

LZ Models are a new manufacturer on the scene...

...making 1/35 railway kits in resin Russia - World War 2

Adam's 20 t Russian Wagon and T70s...

Adam's 20 t Russian Wagon and T70s...

...the photo feature combining no less than 3 blogs! Russia - World War 2

Tim White 105/10/2010 18:29:53
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Glad to see the buffer issue was a trick of the light.  Still with you and enjoying sir.
Adam Kuller06/10/2010 04:19:13
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I don't know why I was suprised to see it, with the ruggedness of the frontier and the desperation of the times , but fireplace logs for railroad ties I hadn't seen before.
 (if anyone wants to translate the subtitle....? Libor?)
Keith ~ A pleasure to have you along and yes, I think it's clearly the best resin kit I've seen this close-a beautiful set of parts  -a good deal for the price too
Tim~Glad you're hanging with ! Soon I get into the brakes---a fair amount of interesting parts.
libor13/10/2010 00:57:07
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Hi Adam,
back from holidays checking out the news  nice progress....

Russian woman scrambles out  from mud onto rail....
Adam Kuller14/10/2010 02:16:30
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a big thanks for the translation--(as dismal as it is)
~I've been working at clean-up and prep of a lot of little parts---just getting started with the increadibly detailed brake assemblies----update on that coming soon
Wish me luck!
Craig Hiscock14/10/2010 23:03:27
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Great progress Adam, love the extra attention to detail. should look real good with a load on.
Marc15/10/2010 10:43:32
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Hi Adam!
I'm tagging along and watching with great interest! I like Railroad models! I'm pretty sure your muddy, scrambling Russian lady is next to some narrow-guage railway line, it certainly looks that way, and I doubt the logs could take the punch of some broad-guage locos!....
I always find the brake systems the most challenging part of rolling stock...
Stevie Mack15/10/2010 12:04:47
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Hi Adam,
Once again, outstanding work mate!!! Breaking open the Vodka for this one!!!
First time I've been interested in a railway type thingie!! Keep it up Mate!!
Adam Kuller16/10/2010 04:30:13
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~Craiger~Many thanks-Good thing you're back---are you sending any fish?
~Marc~Awsome you are here my friend--So you think thats a tech just used for the light narrow gauge lines? That looks pretty narrow in the pic alright.---still,... desperate time--they might make a repair like that I'd bet?---yep brakes comin up---
~Steve~Glad to have you  too Steve--honestly I ahven't touched any RR stuff since I was a pup---I was VERY into HO as a boy but this is all new territory of study---It's really amazing how a little interest causes you to become very interested--just to get things right---before you know it your knee-deep
Update coming soon to a monitor near you!
VI16/10/2010 07:06:33
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Hi Adam,
This is coming on a treat, fantastic work on the deck. Looking forward to seeing what you do with the break system.
Michel Brinkerink16/10/2010 18:33:45
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438 photos
Heya Adam, some sweet little progress here, keep it up buddy

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