|A portion of a work train is seen in the Woodstock, Ontario CP yard.|
"I used Kaslo Shops resin kits as I had a few of them in my stock, and also because they have the correct 5-foot doors for the CP cars. Another great feature while using these kits, for boarding car conversions the doors are separate parts allowing one a choice of wood or steel doors. This also eliminates the chore of cutting out cast-on doors from other models offered that emulate the CP. My CP water tender is a Samhongsa brass D10 tender."
Black Cat makes two different decal sets for CP work, or non-revenue equipment, including cabooses, flangers, plows, etc. In the future I hope to add a couple of double-sheathed work cars.
|One of two boarding cars built by Dick Walker.|
|The rolling stock doors are not used. The opening is closed in and a regular structure door is added.|
|On this service boxcar a steel door was applied. Some nice lower weathering has been applied. This type of car would have been used to carry lubricants and tools for the work gang.|
|A brass tender modeled to be a CP water car.|