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 Posted: Tue Apr 7th, 2020 10:48 am
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Thanks for that

Actually a very nice warehouse when streetviewed.


Sometimes it's possible to backtrack timewise,

but can't seem to find it now.


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" Just found this whilst idly browsing ....

Can you expand with location please ? "


Hi Peter  :wave:

Thanks Helmut !  :brill:

I had a feeling it was discussed as being in Germany.  L:


The only location info. I had about it was ...

... Google Images !  :P

Not bad for those tricky 'chimney breast' shelf-layout problems !  :old dude:


:moose:


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Thanks chaps for the sector plate info.

I  found this one some while ago, but it seems to be a half-turntable.





As you say, something for the odd tight corner on a micro layout.


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Hmmm...

http://freerails.com/gallery/5180/original/5180_211209_040000002.jpg  :)





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Thanks Helmut.

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Goofiest railcar ever:

https://66.media.tumblr.com/48e18809cd847e4d69da4137c3bf38e5/4df9253494f4ee3b-13/s1280x1920/dc1226c030b50ed03f951704f91e1992ea57a64a.jpg

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Early Eire loco





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Looks like a double-frame construction.

The big end working an inside crank on the first axle,
with the coupling rods outside.


Erie Loco - that time, this was a 6ft-gauge one as well.




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What to do with your old Heisler with a worn out boiler ?

Susquehanna Chemical Company's Valley Railroad,
fitted it with a gasoline truck cab and engine.





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Appears to have started life as a Heisler,

interesting conversion.  L:


Sure someone will tackle it.




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