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 Posted: Mon Nov 11th, 2019 02:11 pm
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Someone over on Large Scale Central forum built one of this in recent past.

Think it was member named Rooster.


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And another one......



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 Posted: Mon Nov 11th, 2019 03:38 pm
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Tom, another view of the same thing,

a rack loco of the Kahlenberg cog railway, Vienna.





Other information here.

https://www.google.com/search?q=kahlenberg+steam+loco&source=lnms&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjl3KD0veLlAhUZi1wKHVfRDTEQ_AUIDSgA&biw=1366&bih=576&dpr=1




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 Posted: Mon Nov 11th, 2019 04:10 pm
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Ah yes, I've seen that view before

(think I might even have posted in this thread before!)


Thanks for jogging my all too fallible these days memory.


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Very interesting things for sure. But beware of the copyright police, they are everywhere.

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Hagans made some rather strange locos, including this one 





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Early gear drive 0-8-0 believed built by an unknown San Francisco loco builder.

 


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Now that is something worth modelling and not to hard to do,

I think. :old dude:  :hyp::w:





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That Hagans loco is not so odd,

the photo just doesn't show the third swivelling wheelset.


It is obscured by frame and shadows.




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Hi all,

If you are after an odd Hagan's, try this one.





A 3.5" gauge live-steam model of the Tasmanian Hagan's articulated locomotive,
built for 2' gauge North East Dundas Tramway.

This model has moved 25 adults on a rising 1 in 80 grade,
before being donated to the West Coast Pioneers Museum at Zeehan in Tasmania.




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Don't be so humble - it moved 35 people indeed!

I wonder how they got them seated, however.





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