Attached is the official KiwiRail painting diagram for a DXB showing the BS paint numbers.
A selection of plans from the KiwiRail Fleet Catalouge. This will be added to as time permits.
After consultation with the TMO, and careful scrutiny of the video replays of the voting, the sponsors of this, the first such annual events on this site, are delighted to proclaim the winning design, by a clear majority in the popular on-line vote of 9 votes to 4, as “Endearing Creek Timber & Mining Co.”
The entries for the 2010-11 NZ120 Boxfile Layout Comptetition are now available for viewing and voting. Voting will be open for four weeks and then the names of the entrants will be added to their entries and the winner announced.
The entries are:
Once you have reviewed the entries you can vote for your favourite.
This is one of two layouts submitted for the NZ120 Boxfile Layout Competition. Please review this entry and the other entry and cast your vote. Voting will close on 10 August 2011 and the winner will be announced. The names of those who entered will be revealed once voting is completed.
Rangiuru Passing Loop, East Coast Main Trunk, Bay of Plenty
A classic, freelanced bush tram operation featuring timber, coal and gold ore extraction. Heavily inspired by the Charming creek tramway, on the Westcoast of the South Island.
Here is a collection of plans from the KiwiRail Fleet Catalouge of the most common locomotives and wagons on our network today. In most instances, these plans and a good selection of photos should be all you need to build a model in Nz120.
A font that was designed for wagon lettering/numbering. Ideally use this font to print out at 6 or 8 point, but can be printed out at 4 point on a bog standard ink-jet and is still legible. Also included is a document detailing the special font charcters.
A printable 1:120 Scale Ruler. Includes metric and imperial measurements.
An article written by Andrew Wells on colours for NZR loco’s, rolling stock, and buildings.