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 Posted: Sat Dec 23rd, 2017 12:44 am
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Good grief!. What will be next?. A loco with square wheels???.
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Aveling&Porter were notorious for their rail contraptions in the UK.

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Thanks Helmut for your insane :Crazy: link to looney locomotive history ! :shocked:



I now have the proto-photo I needed ! ... :)

... to PROVE beyond ANY shadow of a doubt ...

... that my Delrin(TM) chain-drive components ARE a real 'prototype' size ! :P






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pipopak wrote: Good grief!. What will be next?. A loco with square wheels???.
Jose.

 Can't find one with square wheel, but how about with a 118 sided polygon for wheels ?


http://www.douglas-self.com/MUSEUM/LOCOLOCO/polygon/polygon.htm

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The rear wheels from the link of Jose are just scary. I wonder of those spokes are made of wood. It looks like they have all different sizes. Some metal around it is balanceweight? :us:

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2ft Fordson lash-up.

Big chain ? ...





... YOU BET !!



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That one was built by Hudson in the UK.



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Unsure whether to use inside or outside frames on your 0-6-0?

Well why not do both, inside on the front 2 outside on the back. 



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Klien-Lindner is the depuzzling word....



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And you thought your kitbashing idea was a bit weird ? L:





History in the making !



:Crazy:



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