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    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
    New Guy form Dayton
    So can you tell us a bit more about your "vision"?
     
    For example mainline standard gauge trains? Narrow gauge trains? Modern cars, old cars?
     
    In my case I model the transition era (ending of steam, early diesels) mainline Santa Fe. So most of m...  more
    Riveted tank car
    Hopefully someone else here can zero in on the issues, but Narrow Gauge and Short Line Gazette did a series of articles on the tank cars on the D&RGW. There were both framed and frameless versions. I have the articles, but do to hurricane damage I am ...  more
    Express horse transport car
    True craftsmanship Hollywood, was really cool looking it over in person at York.  
     
    Boomer, I just ran across an article and an ho model of the car you mention in a Narrow Gauge and Short Line Gazette, it is now on my build list hehehe
    What do you call this?!
    Don Watson said:
    Here's a steam coach that I bashed a number of years ago.  It is constructed using a Bachmann combine kit and a Porter kit from North East Narrow Gauge (gone now).  It is powered by a Magic Carpet Drive (NWSL) mounted in th...  more
    New Outdoor Layout in Sacramento Ca.
    Will it be open during the Narrow Gauge Convention in Sept?
     
    Jerry
    What do you call this?!
    Don Watson said:
    Here's a steam coach that I bashed a number of years ago.  It is constructed using a Bachmann combine kit and a Porter kit from North East Narrow Gauge (gone now).  It is powered by a Magic Carpet Drive (NWSL) mounted in th...  more
    What do you call this?!
    Here's a steam coach that I bashed a number of years ago.  It is constructed using a Bachmann combine kit and a Porter kit from North East Narrow Gauge (gone now).  It is powered by a Magic Carpet Drive (NWSL) mounted in the rear truck.&nbs...  more