Toy Project Trains Boats And Planes Seem To Fascinate Both Young And Old Perhaps As A Child You Received A Train As A Christmas Gift Or You May Remember Your First Train Ride The Sound Of A Chugging Locomotive Is One Not Soon Forgotten With That In Mind Here Is The Locomotive End Of A Train That Can Either Be A Toy Part Of A Christmas Display Or Something To Put On Your Fireplace Mantle
Toy project trains boats and planes seem to fascinate both young and old perhaps as a child you received a train as a christmas gift or you may remember your first train ride the sound of a chugging locomotive is one not soon forgotten with that in mind here is the locomotive end of a train that can either be a toy part of a christmas display or something to put on your fireplace mantle is bookmark about Magazine bookmarked by darren with ID 11896116217 was uploaded on 28-04-2019 and has been viewed 318,527 times.
Toy Train Illustration by James Provost This is a great project to do with the young woodworker in your life.All you have to do is cut and assemble five main pieces, and then add on a bit of hardware.You can use almost any wood, and the hardware is available from most building supply or hardware stores.
• Begin by cutting a piece of wood for the chassis (A).I suggest you cut the cowcatcher before you cut the chassis to length as sometimes the compound cuts don't meet in the middle on the first try.The cowcatcher is the compound beveled front of the locomotive, which serves to push aside snow, fallen branches and the occasional cow, off the tracks.
You also need to cut a 30o angle halfway through at the other end of the chassis.Cut a saw sl*t in the bottom of the chassis 3 7/16" from the front end.• Cut pieces for the cab (B) and the tender (D).
A ¾" Forstner bit will cut a clean hole through the cab for the windows.• Cut pieces for the roof (C) and the wood box (E).Cut a 45o on one edge of the roof leaving a ⅛"...