Saturday, July 30, 2016 - 05:25 AM GMT+7
RUSTY RAIL has launched two new boats and erected a new shed. All castings are resin and comes unpainted. Figures are not included.
Model railroaders love to model wharves and harbors and the like, thus HO - 1/87 offers a vast selection of maritime models. These structures can be found anywhere around boats.
1/48 - O scale
RRMA-O-02 - Tugboat: Rusty Rail's first large O scale boat. "The hull and the upper decks are molded separately. This way you can place the lifeboat or other separately parts anywhere you want and can roll your own boat. The pilot house is empty with a removable roof so you can add detail and figures if you wish. All the deck parts were done on the 3D printer for the masters. The castings of course come unpainted and are made of resin. The boat measures 12' long 3" wide at the widest area and 5" tall at the smoke stack. Figures are not included."
RRMA-O-01 - Row Boat. Rusty Rail's first O scale boat. "You can see you get a set of oars. And look how Rusty Rails figure fits right in the boat. The casting measures 4" long by 1 3/4" wide and 3/8" tall.
HO - 1/87
RRS-H-31 - Small Shop with Interior. "Here is a cool little shop that has a small footprint and a interior with a removable roof. You also get a oil drum junk pile for the outside of the shop. You receive a two piece shingle roof for the shop. I put one of our work benches in the building to show how it brings the interior to life (the work bench shown is not included). Some minor assembly is required. The shop measures 2 1/2" long by 2" wide by 1 1/2" tall. So all you have to do is decide where to place this little jewel."
RRS-H-01 - Shacks 1 "Here is a new HO lean too shack. These were quite common during the 1930's. They would be built against a existing building. Used as storage or living quarters. Added a lot of additional detail to the outside. The building measures 1 3/4" by 1" by 1 1/4" tall. Base and scenery are just to show you how it could look."
Thanks to RUSTY RAIL for this news. Please mention you saw it here - on Model Shipwrights,
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