Over the years I built such things from galvanised steel such as tipper wagons, a 10mm scale 'Sir Haydan', a 10mm scale Irish tank engine, a 16mm scale Barclay saddle tank as well as making the odd part to repair tinplate locos. Unfortunately due to a difficult time financially these have all been sold off and I don't think I have photos of them anymore.
This GWR loco (also sold) is one I built from a mix of tinplate and galvanised steel sheet. I've had a good hunt around for photos and this is the only one I could find.
For a long time I didn't own a decent camera and on top of that I always seemed to forget to take pictures of anything I made. As an example I made all manner of late 19th Century finescale railway models in P4 when I was a young woman, including completely scratchbuilt locos in brass and I don't have a single photograph of any of them.
I like working in galv steel actually, - it cuts easily with a piercing saw for the fiddly bits and a good sharp pair of Gilbows takes care of the rest. Because steel doesn't conduct heat in the same way that brass does it's a lot easier to solder together complex assemblies and add to earlier work without the whole lot collapsing in a molten lump. I'm planning on building a 16mm Baguley IC loco soon and that bodyshell will certainly be constructed from galv steel. This time I will remember to take pictures.