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Diorama Rosenbahn part 3

Diorama built by Rosenbahn part 3

A BR 144 was purchased especially for the diorama. It is a 2-rail locomotive made by Roco. Because it becomes a diorama it is not important that it is not a 3-rail, the train is only displayed. The first thing to do is to dismantle the locomotive and then weather it. The roof colors are also adjusted to the actual colors. Some of the parts must have been painted a different color. We use Vallejo Model Color for this. Then weathering with the Vallejo Washes follows. After drying, the locomotive is finished with Vallejo Pigment Powders which are then fixed. This fixation can be done very well with the Vallejo Airbrush Thinner. Another option for fixing the powders is to use Matt Acrylic Coating.

The first garden furniture is delivered for the terrace at the local hotel.

They are barely there and the terrace fills up immediately. The beer mugs are served for thirsty tourists.

The area around train station Rosental is almost finished.

The terrace of the house along the track is also paved.

Next phase is the left area of the diorama.

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