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 Posted: Tue Oct 20th, 2020 03:06 am
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From Google Images ... 





Narrow gauge crossing standard gauge ... I think.  L:


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 Posted: Tue Oct 27th, 2020 01:32 am
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From Google Images again ...





... another type of railroad crossing !


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Standard gauge crossing narrow gauge.





AHM once made a HO HOn30 (HOe) crossing.




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That ^^ narrow/standard crossing is a useful track piece for sure ...

... & no complex wiring to do, by the looks of it.


'Atlas' make a slightly unusual 60deg. crossing in 16.5mm gauge ...

... could be good for On30 or 1:35n2 or Gn15 or ... ?





The 60deg. is 'Atlas' part No. 150-175 & is made with Code-100 rail.


:java: :cool: :dt:


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I have one of those AHM HOn30 crossings stashed away somewhere.

Not sure why I have it, but I got one.





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Here's a critter:





Wonder how he got the saddle on.




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Gives an entirely different meaning to  'use horns when street-running'  !  :doh:


:moose:


Here's one for the handlaid track  'Cult Members'  ...  :P




What the handlaid track  'Cult Members'  here on Freerails, are often not quick to point out is ...  :old dude:

... as far as I know, none of them need their trackwork to conduct electricity ...

... or therefore be gapped for polarity & effectively insulated.  :dt:


Which makes handlaying track considerably easier ...

... except on certain ^^ prototypes !  ;)


:java: :Crazy::!:


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Who is going to build one just because...

and then hang it on the wall because there is no home layout on earth big enough to install it?.

Jose.





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All the more reason to use battery power.





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For those not wanting to abandon rail pickup,

do it as the prototype did at Clapham Junction





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