evadam | 2015 October
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October, 2015

  • 28 October 2015

    The production of these four-axled tank wagons started in Germany in 1939. They were used succesfuly on all frons by the Wehrmacht during the whole war. After the war these wagons were built in Poland as 20R type.

  • 26 October 2015

    Today its time for two wagons that were widely used by the German Wehrmacht during the Second Worls War. The first one is six-axled  80-ton flat wagon designed to transport heavy tanks, while the second one is 50-ton four-axled construction. I believe, this sets will look great with the Kriegslokomotives.

  • 24 October 2015

    German locomotive BR 52 was built in hudge numbers during the Second World War. It was less complicated than pre war constructions and built using less expensive materials. In the post-war years the 52s were used by many European countries. Some of them left the Germans, but many others were built in considerable numbers thanks to modified plans.

  • 15 October 2015

    Recently I’ve finished German wheeled tractor Faun ZRS with trailer Tiefladeanhänger für Panzerkampfwagen 22/23t (Sd. Ah. 116). It was widely used by Wehrmacht and Luftwaffe in all fronts. After the war it was quite common in post occupied countries. Faun ZRS was able to drive on rails so it could be used as auxiliary locomotive. To to increase the towing capacity the rail […]

  • This solid structures was designed to protect Kriegsmarine crews in many harbours in Geramany and occupied countries in the whole Europe. This particular bunker had enough room to contain at least 750 sailors. For more information you may visit: http://www.truppenmannschaftsbunker.de/objekte/objektefortsetzung/gding3/bu.html

  • 11 October 2015

    Today I want to present another new product. This time it is 3 tone Mercedes, a well known “work-horse” of the Wehrmacht. The wooden bed with tarpaulin is mouleded as separate element, so the whole model is easy to paint.

  • 4 October 2015

    Another new product in two versions. Small civilian sedan was used as staff car while the pick-up called “Tilly” (from Utility) was used by British Army, RAF and RN. It was popular amongst the other Allied forces as well in Western Europe and North Africa. The red fender “Tillys” belonged to the Bomb Disposal Squads.

  • My inspiration was WDT-1 made by Fadroma. This construction is so typical that I diceded to sculpt it as a part of new set. The second part will be Zettelmayer construction.