Re: OFF TOPIC German narrow gauge


Frank Stamford
 


Good morning all,

It depends on what your definition of "articulated" is, I think.

If you consider "articulated" to mean separate frames, as in Garratt, Meyer, Hagans, Fairlie, Mallet etc, then the Harz 2-10-2Ts are not articulated.

If you consider "articulated" to mean not having a rigid wheelbase, then the Harz 2-10-2Ts are articulated, the first and fifth driving axles are allowed some radial movement.

In any case, thanks Michael for posting some very nice pictures of a most interesting railway.

Regards,

Frank


On 2/01/2016 11:44 PM, chapmanmchapman@... [LRRSA] wrote:
 

I beg to differ.
 
 
Michael Chapman

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In a message dated 02/01/2016 11:39:19 GMT Standard Time, LRRSA@... writes:
 

On 01/01/2016 13:10, chapmanmchapman@... [LRRSA] wrote:
Their articulated 2-10-2 locomotives are amazing.

Nice photos - however the 2-10-2T locos are NOT articulated!

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