Bluford cabooses

Steve Rodgers Nov 21, 2013

  1. Flashwave

    Flashwave TrainBoard Member

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    Waitaminute then, i thought the instructions showed the coupola seperating from the floor, which is how i got in mine. Was that not supposed to come apart that way again?



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  2. Colonel

    Colonel Staff Member TrainBoard Supporter

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    Thanks Steve i wont be able to operate mine until the layout is built but i must admit they are beautiful models, I have a AJ&J on order as well
     
  3. Steve Rodgers

    Steve Rodgers TrainBoard Supporter Advertiser

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    Flashwave;Waitaminute then, i thought the instructions showed the coupola seperating from the floor, which is how i got in mine. Was that not supposed to come apart that way again?

    Morgan,you will be less likely to damage the railings if you use the roof route to get inside.
    The railings are connected to the cabin and floor.
     
  4. river_eagle

    river_eagle TrainBoard Member

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    took a couple of pics today at the club of my new caboose
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  5. Steve Rodgers

    Steve Rodgers TrainBoard Supporter Advertiser

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    I really love to see those in a layout setting,fantastic layout!
     
  6. river_eagle

    river_eagle TrainBoard Member

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    Thankx Steve, I really like this model, and it was worth the wait.
    The detail and quality is equal to, if not better than my Overland Brass version, and for sure
    a better price, and now I can retire the kitbash one I have
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  7. Steve Rodgers

    Steve Rodgers TrainBoard Supporter Advertiser

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    A rerun of the M.P.s have been announced.Please check out bluford-shops.com for stock numbers ....and undecs. as well.
    Wanted to thank you all for your support!
     

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