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    Ted Doskaris' Vignettes (articles) links
    RE: Ted Doskaris' Vignettes (articles) links
    Fellow Forum member, Sean McGillicuddy, suggested that links be provided for my articles.
    Articles include 1/29 scale American standard gauge locos, rolling stock, and turnout (track switch) products from Aris...  more
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    LGB Amtrak
    The Amfleet cars and the Genesis were the same scale, 1/29 or 1/27 or something and as such they look good running together. Definitely not 1/22.5... The F7 is also somewhere in this 1/29~1/27 range as well as the standard gauge streamlined cars. The 1/22...  more
    "Missing " EBT Flat located in Dubois, PA
    David Marconi,FOGCH said:
    Not Knowing, but is it possible that it was sold by the then owner of the EBT ? Further thought, maybe moved because of the road work after the standard gauge track was off loaded, then sold as opposed to relocating to another si...  more
    "Missing " EBT Flat located in Dubois, PA
    Not Knowing, but is it possible that it was sold by the then owner of the EBT ? Further thought, maybe moved because of the road work after the standard gauge track was off loaded, then sold as opposed to relocating to another site. Just let it fall off t...  more
    Mini heisler ?
    Joe Zullo said:
    The Bachmann GE 45 Tonner is sort of the same idea.
     
    Yes, I noticed that when I saw one for sale a couple of days ago. I know you can easily get the wheels off - Clem converted one to standard gauge (70mm). I bet the sideframes are cosmetic.
    Tony Koester's Claremont and Concord
    O Standard gauge maybe, but my plans for On3 outdoors died when I saw the grains of sand stuck to the rails after a rain...  on code 70 rails.... boulders they were.
    Dual gauge Turnout Build
    Stanley Ames said:
    I model in F Scale so the gauges are 70.6mm for standard gauge and 45mm for 3 ft narrow gauge.
     
    Here's the answer as to what gauge Stan uses.  Page 1.
    Dual gauge Turnout Build
    I thought Stan had answered but he has elsewhere here it is 
    "The railroad is 3 foot narrow gauge on 45 mm track which is 1:20.32 or Fn3.
     
    F scale Standard Gauge runs on track which is gauge of 70.69 mm.  The dual gauge turnout supports bo...  more
    Dual gauge Turnout Build
    Beauteous, Stan! 
    What are you going to run on your standard gauge track?
     
    Or is the wider gauge the 40mm, with the narrow being... O gauge? 
    Beating the Poredom - Peter T's 7/8ths combine
    Interesting little car. A lot of, if not all, US standard gauge bobber cabooses had similar bracing of the axle boxes, so that's just fine as far as US railroad practices. European 4-wheel wagon and carriage practices may have been different, but even so,...  more
    Dual gauge Turnout Build
    That's beautiful work, Stan and Gary. I'm truly amazed. 
     
    For standard gauge locos, do you re-gauge, or scratch your own?