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#1 csehmodell

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Posted 18 March 2008 - 02:39 PM

http://csehmodell.hu/eng_index.html

Hi!

We build Hungarian narrow gauge locomotives and wagons. What is your opinion about the C-50?

Thank you!
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#2 Jim Thompson

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Posted 18 March 2008 - 11:34 PM

Greetings!

Welcome to the forum!

Your C-50 is cool enough that I could get interested in 0e railroading! 8)

Thanks,

Jim

#3 csehmodell

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Posted 19 March 2008 - 05:09 PM

Thank You!

We are going to build wagons for this engine.
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#4 Jim Thompson

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Posted 20 March 2008 - 12:25 PM

Greetings!

I wish that I was more familiar with the elegance of the Hungarian language - even the letters appear graceful. I followed the sub-links to the sites that have these locomotives running what appear to now be (mostly) tourist rail-lines (and that is fine). I have two questions:

- Where would the prototype locomotives have been used? Industrial? Mining? Both? Tourist? 8)

Since I have little experience in 0e gauge:

- What scale track will these locomotives run on? Will you be providing track, or is it commercially available?

I anxiously await the wagons!

Thank you in advance,

Jim

#5 csehmodell

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Posted 21 March 2008 - 06:19 AM

Hello!

The Oe tracks are commercially available. I saw several tracks in Austria, but the Oe scale is from Germany.
In Germany, in Austria, in Hungary, in Slovakia, in Romania the 760 mm (29,9 inch) is very popular scale, so the Oe scale is also popular in these countries.
O -> 1435 mm
Oe -> 760 mm.

By the way, the Oe engines run on H0 tracks, so you can try it on it, but it isn't looks very well:-)
The sleepers on NG tracks are different, etc...

At night I'm going to search pictures about the different.

Answer for your first question:

These engines usually ran on flat grounds, mainly in forestries, stone-pits...

For example:

http://kisvasut.hu/p...pic.php?id=1667 - clay railroad
http://kisvasut.hu/p...pic.php?id=5187 - stone pit
http://kisvasut.hu/p...wpic.php?id=105 - forestry

We are interested in these wagons:

http://kisvasut.hu/p...pic.php?id=5477

http://kisvasut.hu/p...pic.php?id=5437
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#6 Trevor Coburn

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Posted 21 March 2008 - 09:07 AM

Well done for introducing something new into the 0 scale narrow gauge field.
I am sure that once this model is better known there will be much interest from modellers in 0e, (1:45) as well as the similar 0n30 (1:48 ) and 0-16.5 (1:43.1) scales.
How do we order?
How is payment made?
What will be cost of postage to UK, other EU counties, & rest of world be?



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#7 csehmodell

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Posted 21 March 2008 - 01:46 PM

I've written a PM.

Thank You!
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#8 csehmodell

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Posted 08 April 2009 - 02:07 PM

Hello!

Some pics about our products:

Locomotive C-50: (760 mm)

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Lowry: (760 mm)

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These rolling stocks are being produced in 0e scale.
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#9 John Oxlade

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Posted 15 April 2009 - 12:21 AM

I must not buy, I must not buy. :D

I have always liked 0e and these models look great. What are you using for the mechanism (motor)? Is the chassis your own design or does it use something like a Tenshodo SPUD?

For trackwork, Peco 0-16.5 works great.

#10 csehmodell

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Posted 15 April 2009 - 07:55 PM

Hello!

We use Halling Vario drive: http://www.halling.a....2001001adg.php

We designed and produced everything.

The track isn't ours, but I also like it:-) If I want make some good pics I carry our parts to a friend.

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#11 csehmodell

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Posted 15 April 2009 - 07:58 PM

Now we're working on these projects in 0e:

Hungarian Bak wagon:

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and in original: Bak wagon in Balatonfenyves

L45H:

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and in original: L45H (Mk45) in Budapest

L45H in Nyíregyháza in the '80s.

Diamond bogie test piece:

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#12 csehmodell

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Posted 15 April 2009 - 08:02 PM

Anf finally some parts in H0e:

The Mk48 with drive: (test run)

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Mk48 at Balatonfenyves

Bax wagons:

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Green Bax wagons at Balatonfenyves
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#13 John Oxlade

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Posted 16 April 2009 - 08:30 AM

Very nice work, I like them. Will you do the Mk 48 in 0e?

#14 csehmodell

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Posted 16 April 2009 - 11:54 AM

It is being designed. At first we're working on Mk45, it will be a "limited edition", 25 pieces will be made, after finishing that job, we will work on Mk48.

Some pics from Mk48:

At Stainz (Austria)
At Feketebalog (Slovakia)
At Kenézlő (Hungary) - ceased line
At Kecskemét (Hungary)

Some pics from Mk48 in 0e:

These engine were built by Hungarian modellers.

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So we're working on this, but now it will be produced just in H0e.

Sorry for big pics.
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#15 John Oxlade

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Posted 16 April 2009 - 08:51 PM

Don't worry about the image size, those are just fine.

#16 Jens Wulf

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Posted 22 April 2009 - 09:03 PM

Any plan to do H0e as well?

#17 csehmodell

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Posted 27 April 2009 - 07:41 AM

Hello!

We're working also on Mk48 in H0e: (first version, handmade, with N scale drive)

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And the other project is the L45H in H0e: (test CNC cut, the model will be built with Halling drive)

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In our plans the L45H will be built in serial in 2 month, the Mk48 will be built in the summer. (in July, at least in August)

We're going to make a CNC cut body to the Mk48 also, the drive will be built.
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#18 Rich Bucknall

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Posted 27 April 2009 - 11:00 AM

L45H in H0e? What a delight :D Maybe I'll have to keep my narrow gauge layout then...

How about an LyD2? That'd be a cracker! It would go nicely with the Roco Double Fairlie.
Interested in most European railways, especially central Europe and the UK. Modelling in 00 and H0... tempted by TT

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#19 csehmodell

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Posted 27 April 2009 - 09:05 PM

It will be good, just keep it:-)

http://kisvasut.hu/k...pic.php?id=4122

At first we will make this.
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#20 Jens Wulf

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Posted 27 April 2009 - 10:00 PM

cool!

http://www.railfaneu...diesel/pix.html

I guess Mk45 = L45H ? or a variant? http://hu.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mk45 mentions both, but my Hungarian is basically non-existent :oops:




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