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    Quote Originally Posted by Thad09 View Post
    K-37 492 with a string of loaded pipe gons entering Monero NM.
    Where did you get pipe gons?

    Nice route BTW
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    Quote Originally Posted by normhart View Post
    Where did you get pipe gons?

    Nice route BTW
    I refurbished Bendorsey's pipe gons to have interactive loads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thad09 View Post
    I refurbished Bendorsey's pipe gons to have interactive loads.
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    Dangavel,
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    Those rock faces for the Timber Ridge really look amazing! Great work.

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    I expect that someone will say 'Mack" didn't make all those rail cars, that someone could be right but there is no proof they didn't.

    But.

    The one with the canvas top is an accurate reproduction of the Uintah rail car and Mack made that one. Photographs prove it.

    However, the flatbed is really the basic chassis and I am supposing that "Mack" told it's salesmen to get out and sell that model and allow each railroad to provide their own body. It is adaptable to any gauge between 42" and 24" The original "Mack" concept was a road truck on rails and the construction methods show this. Hidden inside the railcar shape is a truck/lorry chassis and engine, gearbox, and back axle with chain drive to the two axles. The steering wheel, this is not needed for a rail car but I suggest that it is used for the brake, it can't have any other use.

    Something to think about - the box in front of the radiator, it is there on #50 but not on an earlier car. I say that it is an added box with an open face towards the radiator grill and an opening below the chassis, and it was added to solve the problem of bugs and air-borne seeds in windy desert conditions clogging the grill.

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    Some were sitting rather high up in the saddle


    While others were quite squat and dinky




    Other equipment was equally quaint and quite squat in size


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    Thought this area was looking bare compared to rest of layot... might have fixed it before my computer crash but cant remember

    Did upload a Backups for myself to DLS
    Includes Layot, Base Session, Full Session

    Download at own risk does include items not on DLS, do have a Backup CDP of those items that I can't upload.
    As noted in description Rolling stock on mainline track is a Track Objects from the 297 series Very handy items., the narrow gauge rolling stock included is either altered and a for Eye candy.



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    Meanwhile in fictive polish city. Wls150 locomotive with some coal carriages is going to "Wojciech II" shaft.

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    Love these updates of the TU-3 & 4's by Dispether you can change the lights on each end plus the ability to shut the locos down sound and exhaust stop in both modes but in dcc mode they are still drivable with exhaust still coming out when shut down but thats ok includes startup and shutdown sound sequence .... Really nice these are the blue ones the TU3 have a custom Russian cab and the TU4 use a Russian cab that looks like a German V60 cab style but there is 8 X TU3's and 3 Tu4's sadly the others 2Tu2, Tu2, Tu6a, Tu7, Tu7a don't work above TS12 witch is a shame.

    Also found one more that work the same with custom cab also LXD2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thad09 View Post
    K-37 492 with a string of loaded pipe gons entering Monero NM.

    Sweet stuff ,
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    Quote Originally Posted by narrowgauge View Post
    I expect that someone will say 'Mack" didn't make all those rail cars, that someone could be right but there is no proof they didn't.

    But.

    The one with the canvas top is an accurate reproduction of the Uintah rail car and Mack made that one. Photographs prove it.

    However, the flatbed is really the basic chassis and I am supposing that "Mack" told it's salesmen to get out and sell that model and allow each railroad to provide their own body. It is adaptable to any gauge between 42" and 24" The original "Mack" concept was a road truck on rails and the construction methods show this. Hidden inside the railcar shape is a truck/lorry chassis and engine, gearbox, and back axle with chain drive to the two axles. The steering wheel, this is not needed for a rail car but I suggest that it is used for the brake, it can't have any other use.

    Something to think about - the box in front of the radiator, it is there on #50 but not on an earlier car. I say that it is an added box with an open face towards the radiator grill and an opening below the chassis, and it was added to solve the problem of bugs and air-borne seeds in windy desert conditions clogging the grill.

    Peter
    Well the Mack company weren't responsible for the ones on the uintah, all done in house by the company in its own shops. They always were an iodiosyncratic bunch of fellows, like Sinatra " they did it their way."
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    Dave

    I can only go by the drawing by Gary Caviglia. He attributes it to Mack Trucks, Inc, Allentown, Penn. Even if they did not make the rail car, judging by the construction methods and definitely the major parts, a road lorry/truck from somewhere was converted. It seems possible that the sacrificed vehicle was a Mack and the name stuck. However, I will remove the name from the content, makes no difference to me. I spent enough time trying to get the details construction details right, getting the name right is part of the deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by narrowgauge View Post
    Dave

    I can only go by the drawing by Gary Caviglia. He attributes it to Mack Trucks, Inc, Allentown, Penn. Even if they did not make the rail car, judging by the construction methods and definitely the major parts, a road lorry/truck from somewhere was converted. It seems possible that the sacrificed vehicle was a Mack and the name stuck. However, I will remove the name from the content, makes no difference to me. I spent enough time trying to get the details construction details right, getting the name right is part of the deal.

    Peter
    No worries Peter, it is definitely a Mack light bus/truck originally, but the Mack company didn't convert it in any way, just as the other railcars are cars that the company happened to have hanging around and adapted for their purposes. No need to change anything, its simply a mack that was converted into a railcar by the Uintah railway in the Atchee shops without the involvement of the truck company .
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    New section on Timber Ridge revision i did a week or so ago , this is the 30 inch section connection to Redtop .

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    some new shots between Glenview and Montridge on the 36 inch gauge section . U rebuilt the entire section to have stiffer grades and increased height.I am of the opinion that all NG routes should feature as many hills as possible which are being traversed by Trains....





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