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Old 04-21-2017, 05:57 AM
John Wagenseil John Wagenseil is offline
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Some information about your wonderful RR models
Three micromodels of famous historic locos - Search Yale Digital Content
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Hi Mike,

that are nice little models. I like them very much.

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Dieter
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I'd never noticed it before, but the chimney is at the same end as the firebox, the complete opposite to most locos. I'd guess the driver would prefer to be at the leading end, unless it was raining, in which case he might want the scant cover provided by the boiler. I'm not sure there is a front and back to this setup! Nice models by the way, I'm sure it's quite a challenge working at this scale. Is it somewhere between OO and N gauge? Julian
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