Re: Questions - Innisfail Brakevans
The drawings in "The Innisfail Tramway" show the van to have basictoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
dimensions of 7' length, 6' width (both measured over the body) and 9' high
above rail to to of roof (ignoring the gas light thing. The drawing shows
the door on the left, and a photo on the opposite page shows the door to
the right, which indicates the doors were at the same end - that means the
body sides are "handed".
So, the van is higher than it is long, and longer than it is wide. If the
model is designed for On30 then there would probably need to be an
adjustment in the width to cater for the wider gauge, but I suspect that
such a change might compromise the unique style of the little van.
On 28 March 2012 12:16, moretonshay <alcogoodwin@...> wrote: