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    IPP&W/RP&M Operations by the OVGRS 2018
    Our 11th session was on August 11th Narrow Gauge: http://gardenrailroadottawa.blogspot.com/2018/08/session-11-narrow-gauge-ops-august-11.html
    SPNG Trucks
    Have several F scale SPNG cars and am having trouble deciding which trucks are correct.
    Have the following cars
    Stock Car
    Vent Boxcar...  more
    Scale of Piko Wood Combine
    Measure the height of the door at the end.  A narrow gauge caboose has a door only 6' tall or less.
    A Formal Introduction
    Welcome Joe!
     
    You could make your "locale" a 50 mile radius of the Pine Grove Furnace area and pretend that all them narrow gauge RR's in that area made it into the 30's ? I still pretend that the CVRR made it (actually it did as NS still uses their...  more
    A Formal Introduction
    Welcome aboard, Joe, and I think you befriended the right guy. He's a got a good brain to pick as far as narrow gauge is concerned. 
    A Formal Introduction
    Hello all,
    I am new to LSC and thought I would introduce myself. I model a freelance industrial 3ft narrow gauge line in 1:20.3 scale. Locale is somewhere in PA in the mid 1930's, but still trying to figure out exactly where and what the name is. I am cur...  more
    gauge 1 reefers needed....
    I have always under stood that "Gauge 1" was synonymous with 1/32 scale equipment.
     
    Gauge; (noun) in railroad terminology is the distance between the inner edge of the railhead, i.e., broad, standard or narrow gauge rail.
     
    Scale...  more
    Railroad books for sale
    I'll take:
     
    Railroads in the Woods
    Narrow Gauge Nostalgia...  more
    Horovitz No Longer Editor at GR
    As a fairly new to the hobby person, I was interested in a lot of the articles when I first subscribed, but in the last year or 2 it has gone too much(for me) narrow gauge and away from the modern 1:29 scale/gauge/size I am modeling, while how to articles...  more
    LGB CUSTOM DIESEL for sale
    Made to represent one of Bethlehem Steel Company's narrow gauge plant switchers
    Detail parts added as well as steel mesh window protectors
    #95 represents last year of Bethlehem plant operations (1995)
    Runs great is a little different looking than oth...  more