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Building a 7mm JLTRT CCT





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#26 hmrspaul

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Posted 30 August 2011 - 13:32

Hi Chris

It will be nice to see one in maroon. Looking at the linked picture I am sure it has the loading info panal on the right, just a bit mucky. I would be surprised if it wasn't there.

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Correct, they were built with a full data panel towards the right hand end. A photo of one when newly built is in

Parkin, Keith (1991) British Railways Mark 1 coaches. Publ Pendragon-Atlantic Historical Model Railway Society 235pp ISBN: 0906899494 The photograph of mine linked to above has the data panel on the right hand side.

Cambridge Custom Transfers lists these as available http://www.cctrans.f...uk/products.htm see
Sheet BL64
- BR GUV & CCT vans to NPCS Diagrams 810, 811, 815 & 816.

And thanks for the warnings about these kits; they look like a lot of work is needed to get the underframe details correctly positioned.

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#27 Chris Heighton

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Posted 30 August 2011 - 18:00

Thanks for the feedback folks. Here is a photograph of the model as it stands at the minute: the roof requires a final coat of paint (it only has primer on at the moment), then fixing to the body, and I need to add the window bars (not necessarily in that order!). Please also note that the digital camera and artificial light have washed out the colours a bit; in real life it is a darker and more uniform tone of maroon.
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Paul, thanks for the advice on the transfers. Do you know if they include the lining stripes or if it is just the lettering?

-Chris.

#28 Gazza

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Posted 30 August 2011 - 18:18

Hi Chris,
looking good

#29 Boris

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Posted 30 August 2011 - 19:53

Chris,

The CCT transfer only include lettering, you have to get the lining from elsewhere. Personally I find waterslide lining in O gauge to be a HUGE pain, however the HMRS pressfix transfers are about the easiest to use, although others may disagree.

Rather than spending £18 from CCT on a large sheet of transfers you may not use the majority of, and then spending another £18 on the HMRS lining sheet, powsides.co.uk do a CCT transfer sheet for £5.90.

Might have to have your CCT and my nearly finished GUV put together for a few photos next time I'm up there.

Boris







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