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Postby BarbaPanagos » Mon Mar 23, 2015 10:03 am

christo wrote: my scanner is broken...


I'm offering free scanner service if you're interested :mrgreen:
we could arrange it for next month when I'll have finished my mind quest phase :P


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Re: OSE GOSA 5173 5980 013-027 Bcm & 5173 8580 771-777 BRm & 5173 8580 741-747 BRm carriages

Postby christo » Mon Mar 23, 2015 10:54 am

I'm offering free scanner service if you're interested :mrgreen:


BarbaP it seems to me that you have become an expert on scanning other peoples photos :lol: You should open a new topic at the Services section.

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Postby BarbaPanagos » Mon Mar 23, 2015 11:51 am

As I said it's for free, the only problem I have is to persuade the others to get their films out of the chests :mrgreen:


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Re: OSE GOSA 5173 5980 013-027 Bcm & 5173 8580 771-777 BRm & 5173 8580 741-747 BRm carriages

Postby Sky » Tue Mar 24, 2015 12:31 am

christo wrote: Carriage 51738580 744-4. The last photo along the side of the carriage.


Thanks christo for the photos!

Another one of the same carriage, the corridor with compartments:
OSE Brm1.jpg

(photo: MLP flickr.com)
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Postby Olympus » Sun Jul 17, 2016 5:19 pm

hello to all


i have now painted the Roof from my ACME Gosa with white
i wish a nice summer, Andy

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Postby Sky » Sun Aug 21, 2016 11:29 am

Olympus wrote:hello to all


i have now painted the Roof from my ACME Gosa with white
i wish a nice summer, Andy

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Yes, it looks nice!
But, according to the REV data on the coach, silver is a correct colour.
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Re: OSE GOSA 5173 5980 013-027 Bcm & 5173 8580 771-777 BRm & 5173 8580 741-747 BRm carriages

Postby christo » Sun Aug 21, 2016 2:49 pm

Sky please explain. I was not aware that OSE passenger carriages carried livery indications in the REV inscriptions.

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Postby Sky » Sat Aug 27, 2016 10:56 am

christo wrote:Sky please explain. I was not aware that OSE passenger carriages carried livery indications in the REV inscriptions.

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It is about a year 1986 (REV datum on the model), when the prototype still had a silver roof. As far as I know, the 'white roof' option came later.
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Re: OSE GOSA 5173 5980 013-027 Bcm & 5173 8580 771-777 BRm & 5173 8580 741-747 BRm carriages

Postby christo » Mon Aug 29, 2016 9:03 am

Dortmund, 11 January 1987. Hellas Istanbul Express, 51 73 59-80 023-5 . Photo Matthias Ni Limburgerhof

In this photo earlier on this topic (page 4), the roof looks white, especially compared next to the DB carriage with the silver roof.

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Postby Sky » Wed Aug 31, 2016 9:01 pm

christo wrote:
Dortmund, 11 January 1987. Hellas Istanbul Express, 51 73 59-80 023-5 . Photo Matthias Ni Limburgerhof

In this photo earlier on this topic (page 4), the roof looks white, especially compared next to the DB carriage with the silver roof.

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christo, it is the same roof colour as on the coach in photo by Christoph Garstka (1987):
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