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    IPP&W/RP&M Operations by the OVGRS 2018
    June the 9th was a narrow gauge operation session and saw a beautiful sunny day, and a full slate of operators. Mike's usual detailed blog is now up:
    If Dave Taylor doesn't....
    One of my friends just returned from CO Narrow Gauge country. He was up at the C&TSR last week , or the week before for their special weekend and 315 was pulling photo freights.  He got some great pics and video.
    This pic from Faceboo...  more
    Howe Truss Bridge Engineering?
    We are also in the process of building a Howe truss bridge for our railroad.  We are adapting the design of the Hunterline bridge design which is a standard gauge bridge for Narrow Gauge.
    The angles for this b...  more
    IPP&W/RP&M Operations by the OVGRS 2018
    Mike Hamer has posted his blog on the first operations session of 2018, Narrow Gauge ruled the day! Most of the old cronies are back and considering all the improvements made this spring everything ran smoothly thanks to Fred and the track gang. By the wa...  more
    Accucraft Fairymead physical size?
    Norman Bourgault said:
    Hi everyone,
     ...  more
    Accucraft Fairymead physical size?
    Hi everyone,
    Thank you for the information. I will choose 1:19 Scale SM32 for my two foot gauge models....  more
    narrow gauge Ten Wheeler
    Well if Charles ever does come back he may be interested in searching for "Along the ET&WNC" by Johnny Graybeal, a series of six volumes detailing everything anyone ever wanted to know about the ET&WNC. Volumes 1 and 2 deal with all of the locomot...  more
    narrow gauge Ten Wheeler
    I wonder if Charles has put down the book he purchased, and looked at the models of that railroad's equipment, which Bachmann produced, and still has in their catalogue...
      I think he has run off, and forgot that he posted here....
    &n...  more
    Batteries, old and new
    " Rooster " said:
    Lets discuss the drawings to the right
    Rooster that is a pile of drawings of the Southern Pacific Narrow gauge engines #8, #9. #17, #18 and #22 for a project I have started. ...  more
    Aristo-Craft Six Axle derailing issues
    More about flange removal.  There are many examples of Flange less drivers known as Blind Drivers on old steam engines.  They were necessary on mountain railroads with tight radius curves. Many narrow gauge Locos had them as well.  They cou...  more