Re: Question for cane bin modellers!

Ron & Hilary Martin <ronhil@...>

Hello Prof

Just to muddy the waters even more, I have added three more pictures :

1. An example of the old style cut cane car. This one is in the Sugar
Museum at Mourilyan. Well worth a visit if you haven't been. The only
problem is that they could do with more space - the little indirect drive
Fowler is slap bang next to the Hudswell Clarke - result, both are difficult
to photograph.

2. The last remains of the Queensland Government Railways Boogan Branch
to South Johnstone Mill. The Flat car sits forlornly on a short length of
track. Of interest, however, is that part of the load is a demountable bin.

3. Another example of the demountable bin, this time sitting on a 2'
gauge 8-wheel chassis, to make it suitable for use in the South Johnstone

Ron M.

-------Original Message-------

From: loggingloco1
Date: 1/09/2006 11:31:07 AM
Subject: [LRRSA] Re: Question for cane bin modellers!

Dear Ron, Brad,

So 8 tonners are basically 2 X 4 tonners on a common frame, still on
single axles?

I hope the axle bearings were upgraded to take the extra weight.

Why not bogies under such "double length cars"?
(I know I'm partial to bogie vehicles, rather than 4 wheelers).

Brad, looks like "weathered galvanisd steel" is your best color
choice ;-)

Happy Modelling,
and Researching,
Aim to Improve,
Prof Klyzlr

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