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 Posted: Thu Nov 13th, 2014 01:38 am
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Joined: Mon Aug 4th, 2008
Location: Garland, TX
Posts: 624
Very sweet! Good to see that you're moving along at such a fast clip. I wouldn't expect any less from you. Now I will say that you couldn't be doing this outside today as the wind would have blown you inside pretty quickly.

As to dual gauge two-footers, the Bridgton & Saco River did have a stretch of track in the Hiram yard that ran by the coal shed so standard gauge coal cars could service the shed and the narrow gauge engines could fill their bunkers.

I seem to remember there may have been at least one other Maine two-foot railroad that had a bit of dual gauge but since so many of my books are gone I can't look it up. I'll see if I can't find a reference in the books I have left.

Back at you later.

James Sullivan
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