Allow me to answer that. You're right. The engine is sitting on the paved aprin of the shop where we built it. I just rolled (actually, she pilled herself) the #4 out into the sunlight for a better photograph.
One other small item, the track gauge is actually 7 1/2. Herb's reference to 7 1/4 is understandable. 7 1/4 is the common gauge in the Northeastern US and, for that matter, most of the world.
Thanks for posting the picture, Cuz!
(Uncle) Bob Springs
Last edited on Sat Jun 29th, 2013 02:06 am by UNCLE BOB
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Modeling the EXPERIENCE of 2ft narrow gauge by REPLICATING the equipment.
(The greatest bane to creativity is preconception)