can we swap over? I can offer you -15°C here in Germany...
By the way, the most important supplier for tracks, also portable
tracks, portable turnouts (Kletterweichen) in Java, Indonesia, during
the dutch colonial times was Orenstein&Koppel (O&K), followed by
Ducroo&Brauns and Werkspoor. Also Decauville was a part of the business.
Their name can be found often in old dutch javanese maps beside the
permanent plantation railway tracks.
Am 07.02.2012 05:49, schrieb A C Lynn Zelmer:
No, simply a low energy day with 36 degree C temperatures and too long
in front of the computer.
On 7/02/12 8:30 AM, richard horne wrote:
Late 18th Century portable track? Was this brought out with theFirst Fleet?
From: A C Lynn Zelmer<lynn@... <mailto:lynn%40zelmeroz.com>>
To: LRRSA@... <mailto:LRRSA%40yahoogroups.com.au>
Sent: Monday, 6 February 2012, 21:36
Subject: [LRRSA] Portable Track Research Update
Thanks to everyone who provided responses to my recent request for
information on late 18th and early 19th century users of portable track.
I'm still looking for specifics... especially which manufacturer
supplied which mill, etc.... but am getting closer.
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