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    Trying to figure out the Scale?
    Different but reminds me a bit of the Maxitrak Chaloner in 2.5" scale.  7.25 or more correctly 7.5" (as you mentioned depends on region) guage track at 2.5" scale is used to represent 3ft narrow gauge equipment.  Been eyeing this stuff for years...  more
    The Loss of another GREAT Modeler
    Aw man...
     
    Met Bob a few times through both large scale and narrow gauge circles.  One of the purely nicest guys I've ever met.  Didn't expect to find him when opening this thread.
     
    RIP
    Accucraft 8' diameter aluminum track
    Accucraft appears to identify their 8 foot diameter code 332 aluminum track as European narrow gauge, but it does resemble Aristo's standard gauge "USA" type track with its smaller ties that do not extend beyond the rails too much that might be expected f...  more
    Accucraft 8' diameter aluminum track
    I think it’s the euro style narrow gauge ties.
     
    Jason
    Accucraft 8' diameter aluminum track
    Is it narrow gauge ties? 
     
    Jason
    Has anyone used Trex for outdoor ties?
    Greg, mold and mildew aren't acceptable to those, like you, that want to portray min-line operations. Those of us who are doing a shoestring narrow gauge line, mold and mildew may not be so objectionable. It all depends on the desired effect.
    V&T Derrick 50
    Yesterday and today, I was able to get to the trucks, and here's their parts. 3 standard gauge / no couplers, one of which has no brakes. The extra one with brakes is just cargo, to be mounted on the deck. 2 narrow gauge / with truck couplers, for layout ...  more
    West Coast Logging
    Steve Featherkile said:
    All of the West Coast logging railroads were standard gauge. None of that wimpy narrow gauge stuff for us.  The logs were too big.
     
    Thanks Rick, for the find, and Ken, for making it easy to view....  more
    West Coast Logging
    All of the West Coast logging railroads were standard gauge. None of that wimpy narrow gauge stuff for us.  The logs were too big.
     
    Thanks Rick, for the find, and Ken, for making it easy to view.
    New Guy form Dayton
      Greg.  Good question.  My vision is to run European narrow gauge freight and passenger cars (mostly shorter in length with a few exceptions) pulled by mid-century and later steam and electric engines using power from track and extensive c...  more