OSE Φ1 Lbms/Lbms-v Yugoslavia 1964

Re: OSE Φ1 Lbms/Lbms-v Yugoslavia 1964

Postby Olympus » Fri Sep 27, 2013 11:33 pm

better...

a new kit (set with 2 models) from Krüger Eisenbahn Modellbau

http://www.wagenwerk.de/h0de/fahrzeuge/ ... andig.html

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Re: OSE Φ1 Lbms/Lbms-v Yugoslavia 1964

Postby BarbaPanagos » Sat Sep 28, 2013 4:30 am

Andy, I think we have a winner!!! :D
It looks just the same, and built for the same purpose, the ''Haus zu Haus'' service

put it in the conversions list for a set of decals :mrgreen:

with a second examination I am convinced, this is it. I'll post some more photos later.

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Re: OSE Φ1 Lbms/Lbms-v Yugoslavia 1964

Postby Andreas » Sat Sep 28, 2013 8:09 am

It only needs a wooden floor... :mrgreen:

Just remember that Modellbau Krueger is REALLY EXPENSIVE. I have met the guy and he was charching something like 20E for 4 uspung USATC buffers in Brass... :shock: They were good but too expensive.

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Re: OSE Φ1 Lbms/Lbms-v Yugoslavia 1964

Postby BarbaPanagos » Sat Sep 28, 2013 2:33 pm

Yeah! I've seen their prices and I don't feel that excited anymore :mrgreen:
we could reconsider Andreas' ideas :D

as I can see at the link Andy gave us, the model corresponds exactly to our original.
the two types are identical except of the brake platform.

everything seems to be at the right place, the 4 footsteps at the side and these 10 "hooks" are correctly positioned

Φ1 21 73 411 0 021-2 Lbms D01.JPG


Φ1 21 73 411 0 021-2 Lbms D03.JPG


Φ1 21 73 411 0 021-2 Lbms D04.JPG



the Lbms model has at one of the ends a small wooden platform above the buffers, note the supports on the real thing!

Φ1 21 73 411 0 021-2 Lbms D02.JPG


another view of the Lbms-v brake platform. from a discussion I had with Christo he convinced me that initially there was a wooden brake hut on it.
these 4 support points probably were holding it in place, but I guess if we are modeling the 80's and on it'll be just fine without one.
also visible is the base of the handrails at the side.

Φ1 21 73 411 0 031-1 Lbms-v D01.JPG


the footsteps can be visible at the other side, next time I'll have to shoot that side too

Φ1 21 73 411 0 031-1 Lbms-v D02.JPG
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Re: OSE Φ1 Lbms/Lbms-v Yugoslavia 1964

Postby BarbaPanagos » Sat Mar 08, 2014 10:19 pm

the 21 73 411 0 007-1 from a slightly different angle than jason's photo at the first page, Amindeo 23/7/2012 photo: Anastasios Roussos

Φ1 21 73 411 0 007-1 Lbms, Amindeo 23.07.2012.JPG
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Re: OSE Φ1 Lbms/Lbms-v Yugoslavia 1964

Postby BarbaPanagos » Tue May 05, 2015 10:33 am

21 73 411 0 000-6 in Strimonas Engine shed, equipped to be used as a Firefighting vehicle. photo: ANAROUS 04/01/2011

Φ1 21 73 411 0 000-6, Strimonas 04.01.2011 01.JPG



BTW, Christo, :) :D :lol: :lol: :P :mrgreen:

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Re: OSE Φ1 Lbms/Lbms-v Yugoslavia 1964

Postby Andreas » Tue May 05, 2015 12:04 pm

Barbapanagos is a spamer just to get the 5000th post....me too to get number 5001 :mrgreen: . :o the fat controller is waiting in the corner.....
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Re: OSE Φ1 Lbms/Lbms-v Yugoslavia 1964

Postby christo » Tue May 05, 2015 12:51 pm

the fat controller is waiting in the corner.....


My late father used to say: Some people struggle and try for hours to stub an olive with their fork from the salad bowl, and others come and get it first time ;) .

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Re: OSE Φ1 Lbms/Lbms-v Yugoslavia 1964

Postby Olympus » Thu Jan 28, 2016 11:00 am

we have now a perfect Basic model from Brawa

with number 49100
http://www.brawa.de/en/products/h0/wago ... 58-db.html
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Re: OSE Φ1 Lbms/Lbms-v Yugoslavia 1964

Postby BarbaPanagos » Thu Jan 28, 2016 9:03 pm

thanks Andy, please keep an eye and let us know when it will be available


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