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16  Discussion Boards / On30 / Re: 4-6-0 Q for Bachmann on: April 09, 2008, 04:20:03 PM
 To the Bach-man,
Tell them Please!!!!!!!!!!!! A 4-6-0 .
And An Edwards Model 10 railcar too I have lots of pictures of them and a  there are a couple of full size ones preserved to get measurments off.Sorry Just dreaming.Back to begging for a 4-6-0.
Alan Ashworth
17  Discussion Boards / On30 / Re: Sound in a side rod? on: April 09, 2008, 04:13:16 PM
Hello Amatore   
 Yes it can be done, Jeff law An excellent On30 modeler has done it.I have the stuff to do it but it is on my list of things to do.Below is links to Jeffs website on the Davenport and to his Sound Installation.
http://datamasta.com/on30/on30.htm
His ESU sound installation web site
http://www.datamasta.com/emags/how_to/d_2004_dec_01.asp

Hope this helps.
Alan Ashworth
18  Discussion Boards / On30 / Re: Narrow Gauge 4-6-2 on: April 04, 2008, 07:40:56 PM
Hello C.S.R.R. Manager
The Washington & Plymouth RR operated between the two towns in Eastern North Carolina. This line was later absorbed in to the original Norfolk Southern 1900 -1974.
This track is still in operation and serves a large paper mill.
Alan Ashworth
19  Discussion Boards / On30 / Re: U.S. Army 60cm Gauge Railway locos and rolling stock on: April 03, 2008, 10:23:00 AM
Hey Royce,
It was as of last summer.Here is  link with photo and info. The used during construction of Camp Bragg also.
http://www.steamlocomotive.info/vlocomotive.cfm?Display=369

Alan Ashworth
20  Discussion Boards / On30 / Re: The Mighty Narrow Gauge East!!!! on: February 15, 2008, 02:15:34 PM
Hey Guys
I don't know about mighty Narrow Gauge East or not. There were sure  some interesting operations most were lumber related and died when the timber was cut out.The Surry, Sussex and Southampton Railway of Virgina was one of these and there were hundreds off Swamp RRds in the great Dismal Swamp. The Arbuckle Timber & Stave Co lasted into the late 20s it was mananged by Surry Parker The inventor of the Surry Parker Log loader.The Mt Airy & Eastern Ry was another neat RR operating in the Granite Quarries at Mt Airy NC into Virgina.Yes there is not as much information on the small lines but it is out there if you look hard enough.I have listed some links to info on the web of the railroads that I have mentioned. And remember we had mining in the south also in a two county area of central NC we had iron and coal mining dating back to the Civil war , later they mined shale and talc and later clay for brickmaking all served by early narrow gauge RRds.
http://www.dendronva.org/sss_rr.html

http://www.freestateofpatrick.com/dinkyrr

http://southern-railway.railfan.net/ay/mae/index.htm

Thanks Alan Ashworth
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