Morocco - Office National des Chemins de Fer du Maroc

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Morocco - Office National des Chemins de Fer du Maroc

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Morocco - Office National des Chemins de Fer du Maroc

Electric locomotives[/i]
E801-E807 (BTTB-Start CC7100 - kitbash from 2 shells)
E1001-E1023 (Modart ET22)

Diesel locomotives[/i]
DF101-DF120 (Union TT CC72000)
DG201-DG237 (UMF/www.eaos.pl SM42)
DI501-DI518 (Worsley Works SW1200 - kitbashed)

Passenger & freight cars
TT-Modell's Eurofima cars can be used to model some of ONCF's passenger cars. Freight cars could be repainted or kitbashed from existing models.

Some pictures:

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E807 - old livery

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E1006

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DF101

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DG212

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DI504

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Eurofima-type coach

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Eurofima-type coach

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Gabs

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Gas

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Gklm-w

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Taems

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Tdd

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Tdg-w

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Uaces-f

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Uh-f

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Zk-f

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Watch out for train movements!
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Marquette wrote:Image
Eurofima-type coach

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Eurofima-type coach
No, they are not Eurofima cars. They are French type with doors differing from Eurofima.
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Fair point. Still, I think they'd be kitbashable?
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Marquette wrote:...they'd be kitbashable?
Yes. Why not?
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