I have a train order and article about one tunne test. I believe it was written by Jim Frederickson. Need to look.
Fascinating background information. Wow.
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As I recall, the Z3 was the largest that would fit safely through. Others would, but were so tight they could not be used, as any rocking at all,...
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Wow. Sounds like a really major battle. :eek:
Very carefully drilling itty-bitty holes for some tiny grab irons, into some laser etched plywood which seems unusually hard. :oops:
Rats. I found a cool video of 4014 on YT the other day. Was going to post it here. Thought I had it bookmarked. But now cannot find....
Some interesting Doppler....
Are you speaking of this branch? Or the old NP transcon? They only could use very small Z's on the transcon, due to the Stampede tunnel. Not sure...
This amount of work scares me a bit. I have seen (BN) do it previously. Then shortly thereafter abandon and pick it all back up again! Pouring in...
I would guess that for now they will be operating her on company rails.
After reading this, I went back and looked a lot more closely. Now I can see the US outline influence.
Why did they build it? Just for the sake of whimsy? Or did it actually have a customer base? Did this operation have any significance during WWII?
Well worth the effort, getting that video uploaded! Nice!!!
Condolences to you, loved ones and family. :(
Glad you are making further progress.
Maybe adding a shell is his concept of decorating?
Should be in the ten cent bin, if not the circular file.
My eyes also see 5-30.
I can see the Jack-in-the-Box video. But nothing since then. :(