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 Posted: Fri Jul 27th, 2018 08:35 pm
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 Posted: Sat Jul 28th, 2018 06:36 am
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This will, with a little luck be running on Ile du Présent in the near future.
Yes, I know it is German, but is in my opinion one of the most beautiful Mallet locos I've ever seen.

Image0230-1 by d.caso, on Flickr

Image0232 by d.caso, on Flickr

Image0231 by d.caso, on Flickr

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And here a couple of shameless excuses I used for chopping also a couple of Fleischmann beautiful Magic Train locos

Image0203 by d.caso, on Flickr

1-Image0204 by d.caso, on Flickr

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DSC05889-001 by d.caso, on Flickr

DSC05890 by d.caso, on Flickr

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1-Image0207 by d.caso, on Flickr

1-Image0208 by d.caso, on Flickr


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 Posted: Sat Jul 28th, 2018 06:43 am
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Here some of the candidates hoping to get also a Magic Train mechanism transplant:
DSC05300 by d.caso, on Flickr
DSC05877 by d.caso, on Flickr
DSC05891 by d.caso, on Flickr
DSC05892 by d.caso, on Flickr
DSC05914 by d.caso, on Flickr
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Last edited on Sat Jul 28th, 2018 06:47 am by Daniel Osvaldo Caso



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 Posted: Sat Jul 28th, 2018 07:14 am
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This looks as a Dunkirk variation but I have no idea if it is really the same concept.

These were designed by Schwartzkopff (also Germany) specially for dealing with very bad track condition in Afrikan plantations and had the engines in the boguies and were chain driven.
One of then ended in Paraguay, at 'Puerto Casado' where it was abandoned and finally cannibalized by the poor people in the area in order to get some money for the metal. Sveral went to Indonessia and. it is said, one went to Perú.

schwartzkpff 1 024 by d.caso, on Flickr

1-schwartzkpff 1 025 by d.caso, on Flickr

There is not photo distortion: these engines were designed to pivot on the bogies to compensate the unstable portable plantation track

1-schwartzkpff 1 025-2 by d.caso, on Flickr

1-schwartzkpff 1 026-1 by d.caso, on Flickr

1-schwartzkpff 1 026-3 by d.caso, on Flickr

1-schwartzkpff 1 025-1 by d.caso, on Flickr

1-schwartzkpff 1 026-2 by d.caso, on Flickr

Some of the Indonessian ones were very impressive

DSC04661 by d.caso, on Flickr

DSC04659 by d.caso, on Flickr


...but the most beautiful was -my opinion- the Paraguayan one:

Image0340 by d.caso, on Flickr

But, whatever you do, you'll never find any loco more beautiful than this one:

3 5 2011 HENRIK 099 by d.caso, on Flickr

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 Posted: Sat Jul 28th, 2018 03:04 pm
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This time a thread from a German forum.
No, I don't speak German at all but I've 'read' my first model railroading articles when I was still 5 and forced to ujnderstand the story from only seeing the images I don't see a reason not to enjoy a thread like the one you'll see clicking the link below.

It is H0 scale narrow gauge.
More preciselly 6,5mm gauge.

Here an appetizer

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zsgpJaNDik


Here the thread (It is eight pages and really worth!!!)

https://www.stummiforum.de/viewtopic.php?f=50&t=92845


Now I'm going to see how to close my mouth.


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And here something else

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bDHwOt1yP9I

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 Posted: Sat Jul 28th, 2018 03:11 pm
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Daniel, the Schwartzkopff locos are great! I wonder how one would appear on a US logging or mining tramway? The mind reels at the possibilities.
Thanks for the further education.

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I can't wait to see your version running on Big Bend!!!

Don't forget German companies made plenty of mining and other material specially for the US.
Orenstein & Koppel had even a special catalogue.
There is a public PDF version and I will see if I can find the link again.

I don't know of any of these chain driven locos went to the US but who is the one who decides at Big Bend? :wave:

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