A Model Of The Brigadelok Narrow Gauge Steam Engine Dn2t - A Warrior Engine
When you build one of these models you build the best!
A well done model depends on accurately drawn parts that fit properly when assembled and details that can distinguish the finished model from common stuff. Look at the pictures to see how well this model turns out. And that is just what you can build.
The excellently done drawings illustrate the construction process down to the finest detail. Following the illustrations, with all parts numbered, is as easy as it comes.
As a display, it's a winner! Scaled at 1 to 25, the model definitely makes itself known. In short it is an eyecatcher and sparks interest even among people not into trains
Why Is It An Excellent Gift?
It's unique. You won't find these plans in your typical hobby shop and not very often online.
It's a high-quality gift. The plans are drawn by a man who lives to model. His reputation is such that his own models sell for thousands of dollars. The plans are the standard of quality.
Modelers are by nature collectors. Modelers have on their shelves, in draws and everywhere else plans of models that they will make some day. They get a great amount of joy in thinking about what they're going to do someday. This plan book is a modeler's dream. And a collection of these books will and to that dream.
It's a multi-useful gift. The plan can be arranged to make operating brass engines. Or to make 3-D printed models - which also can be made into operating engines.
Modelers always appreciate good plans with good instructions. So buy one of these great plan books now and put a smile on someone's face, maybe even yours.
About The Narrow Gauge Steam Engine Called The Brigadelok.
In 1903. Henschel und Sohn factory has released two locomotives designed for military narrow gauge railways. They were mass produced during the years 1903-1919. They were called Brigaden Lokomotiven für heeresfeldbahn,in short Brigadelok. They were typical military locomotives for field rail service.A total of 2500 locomotives of this type were built. They were used during the First World War in East Europe.
After the war, the Polish State Railways used them until 1970. They were used on forestry and sugar industriy railways. They were withdrawn because of the difficulty in getting repair parts to repair them. Someare preserved at musuems in Sochaczew, Skierniewice and Wenecja.
About The Plans To The Brigadelok Narrow Gauge Steam Engine
You get a book of plans and information, including specifications, about the engine.
The plans offer modelers and collectors the opportunity to build a highly detailed, museum quality, replica of the original locomotive. The model can be made using 1 mm card stock, styrene, or brass. The basic instructions in the book focus on card stock construction. Just substitute the material of your choice.
The resulting model is a highly detailed 1 to 25 scale replica of the original engine.
Here are images of some of the pages in the book. They show the visual instructions, text information and instructions plus some of the pages with cutouts.
Plan Book DetailsNumber/size of the sheets with parts to cut out: 10 size A3
Number/size of the sheets with instruction drawings: 6 sizex A3
1 page with color side view
Difficulty level of the model in 1-5 scale: 4 (from 1-very simple to 5-very complicated)
Length of the model: 470 mm
Author: Jan Kolodziej