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Mister No's Plarail Pics & Vids
#46
Well, I like my version more than the other, because it's actually not railcar 303, it's a tram. The real railcar No 303 is pictured on the box, and it looks nothing like the plarail model. So in my opinion it's better without any number.

As for the year, mine has the year 1997 imprinted at the bottom of the car, not 1999, although we know that that year could be the year they produced the first model in that series, i.e. the yellow tram. 

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#47
(01-25-2020, 10:30 AM)Mister No Wrote: As for the year, mine has the year 1997 imprinted at the bottom of the car, not 1999, although we know that that year could be the year they produced the first model in that series, i.e. the yellow tram.
Indeed it would be. The dates I gave were excavated from the remains of Kabothu's Plarail Room, R.I.P., which has always turned out to be a reliable source for such things in the past. I have no other evidence at the moment.
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#48
New RMZ City (UNI Fortune) houses on my layout!

There was an empty space next to the Kamakura Station:

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New tourist bureau within the Enoshima Loop. It is made of four RMZ "Street Corner" buildings. It fits the Plarail R-10 U-Turn track rather nicely: 

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Fujisawa Sunny Street:

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And a new video:



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#49
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Mister No. What is the train at the back of the picture behind the White and Green Enoden 1000?
Cream and red is it? Thank you
Like the new additions. Really like the one in the loop.
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#50
You mean this one?

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It's the Meitetsu 510. Great little train!

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#51
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LOL...I was just coming here to comment on your latest video as I came across it while browsing YouTube and you answered all my questions here. I was going to ask if you had added more city buildings and remark on your great imagination in coupling 4 street corner buildings together to form a sort of Tower that fits perfectly in the U-Turn circle. I like the way you think Smile
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#52
(02-01-2020, 06:53 AM)AOF04 Wrote: [Image: https://i.postimg.cc/ht5WbC9v/IMG-20200131-163031.jpg]
What is the train at the back of the picture behind the White and Green Enoden 1000?

Oops! Now I got it; you mean this one:

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It's one of my three Hanshin Series 8000 trains. This is the older "Red Body" variation.
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(02-01-2020, 07:21 AM)Super Wrote: LOL...I was just coming here to comment on your latest video as I came across it while browsing YouTube and you answered all my questions here. I was going to ask if you had added more city buildings and remark on your great imagination in coupling 4 street corner buildings together to form a sort of Tower that fits perfectly in the U-Turn circle. I like the way you think Smile

Thank you, Super!! 
First, I measured the loop with a corner house I already have, and came to a conclusion that four of them would fit just right. So they do. There are also other possibilities with these buildings - for example, with another tipe you can build a round tower in the R-10 loop (or elsewhere) ... In general, these houses are great for city-layouts! Smile

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#54
They are really inexpensive too.
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#55
And here is my new Enoden tram on Dokidoki Mountain video!





Hope you like it!
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#56
The Layout seems to be growing Mr No. I like how you elevated the Tower in the U-Turn to accept trains running under. Using a staircase from what looks like came from a J-25 Bridge Station works perfect for passengers tget to the elevated Knapford Station works perfectly.

That Enoden looks different to me with the yellow wheels, not sure I have seen one before. I know we have seen several with red wheels, are the yellows original?
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#57
Those are some nice trains you got there!
The shining foxtaur who loves trains and plarail! JR SOCIETY!!!
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#58
@ Super

Hey, Super, I just made some changes, and added some new elements... I moved the tower (made of 4 RMZ houses) from the Enoshima Loop to Fujisawa Central Loop, which is (and was) elevated.

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I discovered that RMZ houses (without the road part) fit perfectly in the bridge girders I used to elevate the loop:

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In the Enoshima Loop I put the Enoshima Island with the sightseeing tower. The see is made of see-through plastic.

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As for the Enoden Tram, we learned last month from Vio (see previous page in this thread) that there were 2 versions of that Enoden: (1) the one with the yellow wheels - 1999 version (that's mine):

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and (2) the one with the gray wheels - 2000 version.

I do not recall seeing an Enoden Tram with red wheels, only yellow streetcar (the one with the moving bow collector).

@ConrailFoxtaur5605:

Thank you, Conrail!
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#59
Maybe the one I saw just looked like an Enoden but is called something else?

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#60
(02-14-2020, 08:33 AM)Super Wrote: Maybe the one I saw just looked like an Enoden but is called something else?
Also on page 60 of THE BOOK. The caption simply says "Streetcar (reprint)".
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZuWdMxEisqI
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