Small tram locomotives were seen in various parts of the UK on some light railways. Designed to work on standard gauge track but with close proximity to roads resulted in the need to enclose all the working parts in the name of safety, resulting in a very interesting look and style.
Join me in this video as I show you how I made the most of this Budget Model Railways 3D printed tramway locomotive using some simple and cost effective techniques!
Massive thanks to BMR for sending this to me free of charge for the purpose of build & review. I have not been paid however and all opinions remain my own.
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This video is intended for adult scale model enthusiasts.
Model Minutes holds no responsibility for any accidents, damage or injury that could occur as a result of attempting to replicate any steps depicted in this video.
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