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 Posted: Tue Jul 31st, 2018 08:39 am
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I am not 100% sure but my lonely brain cell is telling me this cute coach is from Sao Tomé

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This was from a Chilean military railway

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Have you ever heard of special wagons for glass transport?

When I've made a kit of an 0n30 glass wagon for the FCALV Models range the only comments were funny and I had no way to prove such wagons really existed. Well, now I do:

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That 'Carl' loco is a fireless loco of the 'Kauz' type ( 500mm ga. originally ) by Hohenzollern:Photo

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Thank you, Helmut.

It's, so far, the only fireless I really would like to model.

Do you have any other images or drawings of it?

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 Posted: Tue Jul 31st, 2018 12:53 pm
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How about this one?
Also built by Hohenzollern.  The 'Kauz' loco is currently undergoing a major overhaul, it is the only one of this type  that survived . See pictures. You can visit it here. Whether they have plans of it I don't know- but it is highly probable.

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Oh, yes. Those three Hohenzollern have been secret loves of mine for many years.
A -German?- modeler made amazing beautiful versions of all three types
I posted the link to his thread in a German forum a long time ago (probably the NGRM Forum) but have lost it now.

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Excuse me for hijacking again, but this fireless! loco is very peculiar because it features a stack - most locos of that type didn't, and has its cylinders on the front end, not under the cab as the others. Seems it was a converted standard steamer.



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Hijacking?
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I spent years trying to explain it is never more than 1% about trains, or models or any other kind of stuff.
It is 99% about people and our desire to share.
As long as you keep in mind good manners and narrow gauge you should feel you're here at home.

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Thanks, Daniel.Speaking of models of the Hohenzollern conicals, I found them in buntbahnforum.de:



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