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Chaps, in order to consolidate the threads showing the various finished models from all the Masterclasses to date, I thought I'd provide this sticky link page so you can access the finished models from this one page.



Here are the models of the Mylargescale Masterclass series. The first class went on-line in May 2001. Here are the links:



Masterclass 2001.

Build a Baldwin 8-16-D 2-6-0 (1:24 and 1:20.3 scales):

We need to get a working link to the article back up


Article written by Chris Walas.



Masterclass 2002.

Build a Mason Bogie in 1:20.3 Scale:

http://www.mylargescale.com/Communi...fault.aspx

Semi-Masterclass 2004 - Cooke 2-6-0
This was a semi-Masterclass assisting folks to build a 1:20.3 DSP&P/C&S Cooke Mogul using a Bachmann 4-6-0 drive. PDFs for some of the components were provided along with build data:

http://www.mylargescale.com/tabid/5...fault.aspx


Miniclass 2005.

The CP Huntington Inspired Narrow Gauge Single in 1:20.3 Scale:

http://www.mylargescale.com/Communi...fault.aspx


Masterclass 2006.

The Carter Bros Coach - Monterey & Salinas Valley Combine in 1:20.3.

Need to get a new show case set up



Masterclass 2007.

The Porter Bell Type C 0-6-0/2-6-0 in 1:20.3 Scale.

http://www.mylargescale.com/Communi...fault.aspx
 

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Hi Dave

I never posted finish pics of the CPH before the old forum got locked. Where can we post pics for older now finished projects, the old forums are locked, should we go ahead and post here?
 

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I can get to the forums that you posted, but when I attempt to get to that article, I get a page that says "Articles Coming Soon"
 

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Well my CPH didn’t quite turn out like everyone elses…


Due to the R1 curves on my layout and the rather large rear overhang testing the CPH drivetrain produced transversing them, I had to cut it down and rebuild it into a smaller single driver type locomotive.

I ended up using this picture as a guide.


In retrospect I should have just built the CPH as it was, only cutting off the tender right behind the cab, would have been less headaches and would have looked about the same.

Oh well, sometimes you end a project in a very different place from where you began it.
 

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Attention moderators; It seems to me that David's original post in this thread should be a sticky so it doesn't get burried and lost. It is certainly an easy to access the great modeling work that comes out of the Masterclasses.
 
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