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 Posted: Mon Oct 1st, 2018 05:16 am
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Rather dinky little Chilean loco found here


http://www.memoriachilena.cl/602/w3-article-70329.html






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 Posted: Wed Oct 3rd, 2018 03:14 pm
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OK how about a flat car that moves sideways 






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 "This transverse flatcar arrangement was used at Sitio del Nino to transfer freight and baggage between trains ."
Originating page https://chasingtrains.smugmug.com/International/South-of-the-border/El-Salvador/i-MtTzc7D

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 Posted: Wed Oct 10th, 2018 11:28 am
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Early B&O 0-8-0 with Jackshaft drive 








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tebee wrote: Early B&O 0-8-0 with Jackshaft drive One in G scale could be fun.
It would be big enough to be durable, reliable, and easily maintainable.One in HO scale would be cool to run on club layout on open house days, and see what response to it the public would have.A train of B&O's round hoppers would look good behind it.http://www.borail.org/BO-No23001.aspx



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From the, happened to come across this while looking for something else files.
Interesting thing, wonder if design was successful and/or practical.
http://svetmotoru.blog.cz/1611/motorova-lokomotiva-secmafer-233-s4

Motorov√° lokomotiva Secmafer 233 S4 22. listopadu 2016 v 10:15



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Not dissimilar to this - Isle of Man Railway - though this is a US built diesel electric that doesn't work!




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This must be the oddest station building anywhere - in the stump of a tree !



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The railroad runs through the middle of the house.....








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https://www.karlsruhe.de/b1/stadtgeschichte/kulturdenkmale/denkmaltag_archiv/2010/fahrradtruemmer_innenstadt.de



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A very temporary affair that lasted some 3,5 yrs when the debris of WWII was cleared. But the Chinese have a better solution



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Found this nice one.
Anyone for reproducing it with RC in 1:35n2?



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