Want to talk about Sir Arthur Heywood's 15" gauge railways? About modern day minimum gauge lines? Have you found a minimum gauge line you've not seen mentioned on the website? Want directions to one of the railways that is mentioned? Whatever your interest in real minimum gauge lines, post your questions (and answer other modellers' questions) here.
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- Posts: 1902
- Joined: Fri May 23, 2003 7:26 am
- Location: Kiwi in Ottawa, Canada
- Interests: Very narrow gauge, military & industrial railways
There is a prototype for everything. In this case the hand of god is revealed to be orange
Loco from the 15 inch gauge Whangapora Railway is lifted off site to under go repair.
- GnatterBox Centurion
- Posts: 228
- Joined: Thu Feb 11, 2010 11:40 am
- Location: Kingston upon Thames, England
- Interests: 09 industrial diesel and battery locos, and track to run them on!
I expect to see lots of modellers arms dressed up as construction equipment at the next event I go to! Bit of make up, glue some nuts and bolts to your knuckles...jobs a good'un.
We're gonna need a little rolling stock...and a lot of luck!
I used to have a project link here until the thread was deleted...
- Posts: 574
- Joined: Tue Sep 11, 2007 5:47 am
- Location: Unanderra NSW Australia
- Interests: narrow gauge railways & modelling same
Those hydraulic extensors might take some extra modelling effort
Murphy was an optimist
- Posts: 12
- Joined: Mon Jun 02, 2008 8:39 am
- Location: Lancashire
- Interests: Ravenglass & Eskdale
Don't let the modellers see it they'll all want one! The engine I mean!
- True GnATTERbox
- Posts: 35
- Joined: Tue Jan 01, 2013 11:57 pm
- Location: Kent, England
- Interests: Gn15, Narrow gauge railways
Thank,s for sharing that picture Paul.
Once i have purchased my orange glove from the local D.I.Y shop tomorrow i will feel so much better about myself when these little incidents happen.
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