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Dual Gauge Stub Switch
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 Posted: Sun Sep 22nd, 2019 02:45 pm
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Helmut, yes that is the proper way...
but I don't ever seem to make things "proper" so that's my response.

Maybe someday after I'm gone,
somebody digging through years of "stuff",
will find Herb's work and actually use it as intended.


Woodie




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Well, I've made a start on the dual-gauge stub switch. 

Requires a little head scratching,
to figure out just where the frogs will go with that third rail.

Photos will follow soon.





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Making progress on the dual-gauge stub switch. 

Still a work in progress, but closer to the end than the beginning.




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Well, the switch is basically done.
 

Might need to do a little filing here and there,
plus some guard rails. 

Not the easiest thing I have done,
but not as hard as I expected. 


Now to get it installed,
and lay some more track in the San Miguel yard.




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