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D5_591

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Posted 16 Oct 2009 16:19 in Railway Archaeology by D5_591

It's also one of the few railways where you could be pick-pocketed by a locomotive.

It's also one locomotive you don't want to attempt to restore to running service...

Wouldn't the 'photoshopping' diminish the historical value of the photos?

Greetings TRS users!

I am running a Sodor Island layout poll [url=http://www.railpage.com.au/f-p882201.htm]here. Feel free to vote!

Hi,

I would like to run a little poll here.

If someone were to create a Thomas Sodor Island railway route, complete with new rollingstock and engines, which simulator would you like it to be in? ...

Isn't it 3' 6" like the most of Tasmania?

Posted 28 Jun 2007 21:47 in Melbourne suburban by D5_591

Perhaps retractable grabrails could be installed... at the click of a button the driver could rip the motorized grabrails out of the rider's hands...

Posted 25 Jun 2007 12:43 in Melbourne suburban by D5_591

Dumb question.

What would a 'metlink' livery look like?

Posted 20 Jun 2007 10:34 in MSTS General Discussions by D5_591

I downloaded the horse drawn carriage. Is the horse meant to be animated? (it doesn't animate as it goes along the track.) I downloaded the original "Burro" donkey off Train-Sim.com a while ago and th ...

What scale track represents HO3.5 when modeling in HO scale?

Although trying to model standard gauge/broad gauge in HO, even just a plinthed M, Ma or H would be cool on my layout... perhaps a short ...

Are there any parts from scrapped NAs still surviving?

Posted 25 May 2007 14:13 in General by D5_591

A question about VR locomotive overhauls...

I have heard locomotive examinations referred to as 'A' exams, 'B' exams, 'C' exams etc. What is the meaning of the different letters? Do they range from ...

Although I wouldn't mind seeing crate men climbing over S302!

Whoa, Torykins and ninthnotch -

Grafitti bad!  Umm, except when drivers grafitti locos, or the grafitti is three-dimensional.

It is amazing that the ferals in Pakenham did not grafitti attack S30 ...

Posted 17 May 2007 18:03 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by D5_591

I have a terrible quick photo of 6NBH that I can upload... but perhaps someone has a better pic?

Posted 16 May 2007 21:31 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by D5_591

A picture is worth 1000 words  Wink

Posted 16 May 2007 08:49 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by D5_591

I was referring to plain indian red (yellowish window sashes) with shortened running boards c.1945-1950

I do take 18A's point though about the different styles. It does look odd with each NBH in a  ...

Posted 15 May 2007 20:45 in Preservation and Tourist Railways by D5_591

It would be good to see some of NBHs kept in the later livery, rather then them all receiving the 1920ization

Phew! The hard part (for me) is just about over... soon I will be able to get into making the body of the diesel. I have completed building the main frame of the loco out of styrene. The bogies swivel ...

While this thread is up:

Would anyone know if the seating arrangement on Hitachi trains changed from the version shown on rodsrailpage diagrams?

It is better to get some experience building kits first before attempting to build a harder project such as a loco.on the other hand, huge sheets of styrene are cheap enough that it doesn't matter if  ...

For those of you who are interested, I visited Mulford Plastics in South Dandenong today, and purchased:

0.75mm Styrene sheet 1370 x 760 $8.80

3mm Styrene sheet 1370 x 760 $32.20

Plus real frie ...

Thanks for the info foxdemon, I will take these under consideration for operating my model railway Smile
I have been researching using the information you guys have provided on styrene: Mulford Plasti ...

Thankyou for the responses Very Happy
As to adding more track to increase interest, this is not what people do to get more out of their trainboard. Rather, they 'operate' their trainboard. Operation is run ...

Hi,

I'm thinking of scratchbuilding a T class out of.. um.. balsa wood... and... ice cream container plastic...

Probably a stupid idea... but hey  Very Happy , it might give me experience. Would anyone  ...

Posted 30 Apr 2007 23:21 in Victoria by D5_591

S302 sits in the siding at Pakenham:

http://i52.photobucket.com/albums/g4/Narrowgauge/S_1.jpg

An UP V'Locity heads over the railway crossing towards Pakenham station

http://i52.photobucket.com/al ...

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