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dieselwater wrote:Critter time
I love the low cab and narrow hood proportions. I'm thinking a scaled down version to fit a 15 inch gauge should be interesting. Plus it would be ideal in a mine complex. Love to hear your thoughts
JT Previa wrote:
(Gerald, another cool CAD model!)
Will Vale wrote:
Korschtal wrote:What are those big levers on the side for?
Chrisp wrote:Here's a link to an interesting incline that might work on a vertically layered layout. Taken in Cincinatti, OH in 1904:
http://www.shorpy.com/files/images/4a11633a.jpg Page not found.
mad gerald wrote:Hi all,
I guess this shunter is build by Schwarzkopff (Berlin) / Oersik and comparable to this one, already available as a model:
http://www.blauturm.de/product_info.php?info=p148_Rangierlok-Schwarzkopff---Oersik.htmlKorschtal wrote:What are those big levers on the side for?
These shunters were - as Will wrote - made for one man shunting, with the possibility for operate it standing on the outside, as can be seen on the pics of that model linked above ...
... here's another nice one:
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