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Thread: looking for Railroad scales for USA vintage narrow gauge

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    Default looking for Railroad scales for USA vintage narrow gauge

    I have been looking for a vintage USA NG scale to use on the Uintah rwy ,the period covered is 1911 to 1939 . I can't find anything that is suitable as they are all too modern, there's nothing even close to what was used out there that I can find , can anyone think of one that will work with TANE ? Ben Dorsey had begun making me a set but of course now that is not going to happen :-(
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    I use a gauntlet rail, or single railsplines .. and place a simple shed, or a loco maintenance pit

    Last edited by cascaderailroad; December 6th, 2018 at 09:56 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascaderailroad View Post
    I use a gauntlet rail, or single railsplines .. and place a simple shed, or a loco maintenance pit

    Unfortunately that's not what the uintah scales looked like , no hut , no pit that i can see either , just a thin box . i'll post an example here soon
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    Quote Originally Posted by dangavel View Post
    Unfortunately that's not what the uintah scales looked like , no hut , no pit that i can see either , just a thin box . i'll post an example here soon

    here it is, no better images exist that I've been able to find, which is a drag, nothing similar on DLS . its also hard to find any images of anything similar on other roads, i've been looking for a long time , it doesn't have to be interactive ( altho Ben was making an interactive one, that was the issue as he had some problems getting it to work. )
    Last edited by dangavel; December 6th, 2018 at 10:59 PM.
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