Steam locomotives SEK Δβ61 - Δβ70 ex-PDS ex-PLM 1858/80

Re: Steam locomotives SEK Δβ61 - Δβ70 ex-PDS ex-PLM 1858/80

Postby christo » Wed Feb 08, 2017 6:39 pm

It seems that both photos on this topic are of the same loco Δ 335 (and not 355). I am aware of Jason's explanation to make 335 appear as 355 and therefore belonging to the PDS number range starting with of Δ 350, but I am not convinced. I don't expect anyone has any more information, or does he?

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Re: Steam locomotives SEK Δβ61 - Δβ70 ex-PDS ex-PLM 1858/80

Postby dimlev » Fri Mar 08, 2019 8:11 am

Good day to all,
I'm trying to model this loco. For this reason I bought a JOEF bourbonaise from ebay. So 2 questions for anyone who knows. What could be the coloring of this locomotive? Are there any plates available for Db, (Christo?) ?
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Re: Steam locomotives SEK Δβ61 - Δβ70 ex-PDS ex-PLM 1858/80

Postby christo » Fri Mar 08, 2019 8:04 pm

Sorry dimlev. All plates of this type are sold out.

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Re: Steam locomotives SEK Δβ61 - Δβ70 ex-PDS ex-PLM 1858/80

Postby dimlev » Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:09 pm

That's ok Christo. Maybe the "coloring issue" is more important this time.
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Re: Steam locomotives SEK Δβ61 - Δβ70 ex-PDS ex-PLM 1858/80

Postby christo » Mon Mar 11, 2019 9:33 pm

dimlev, In the absence of any information of the actual, livery or liveries of individual locomotives of this class one would have to go for a 'most likely' scenario, me thinks. Black all over and red buffer beams and wheels.

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Re: Steam locomotives SEK Δβ61 - Δβ70 ex-PDS ex-PLM 1858/80

Postby dimlev » Thu Mar 14, 2019 12:17 pm

Thank you Christo. Maybe that's the best scenario. A post with the detailling parts and the transkit I'll use for the model, will follow soon
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