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Fairfield Brooklyn 'Laconia' Streetcar
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Hi Gerold  :wave:



Both beautiful  [whack]  [whack]  as usual !  :P





:pimp:





I was reading some blurb about Spuds & Drives awhile back.  :old dude:


Conclusion seemed to be ...  L:

... as long as you don't try putting one in a huge Large Scale Gn15 loco ...

... & then expect it to pull a dozen V-tippers without blinkin' (or BURNIN' !)...  :shocked:

... you'll probably be OK, with a little weight on top & sensible loads to pull. 



In the case of a Street Car, probably ideal ... Bit of brass for weight & no load to pull.

After all, they are kinda really intended for 'passenger car' kinda trains, right ?  :P



:moose: :moose: :moose: :moose: :moose:



Si.




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