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Re: Baby Krauss

daniel caso <d.caso@...>
 

John:
Bruce Green, a professional modeller from South
Africa -may be you already know him- has just finished
his pilot model for a small Krauss in 0n30 that he is
planing to produce very soon. I know he has done a lot
of research for it and, if you want me to, I could
bring him in contact with you.

Photo's of his pilot model are at the Photo
section of the CLASIG yahoo group.

Best regards

Daniel



--- John Dennis <jdennis@optusnet.com.au> wrote:

Hi All,

I am looking at detailing a "baby" Krauss to look
like Pompey, of the
Stannary Hills tramway.

I have a couple of questions which are generic to
this type of Krauss,
and probably have multiple answers anyway, but let's
see:

1. I assume that the short side tanks aren't really
tanks, and the
loco is a well tank. If this is the case, I would
also assume that the
"tanks" would be where the fuel was carried. Were
these covered or
open?

2. The cab back looks as though it had a sheet at
the same height as
the cab sides, particularly after a short tender was
attached. I can
see in photos of Pompey and of the Rubicon machines
these sheets, but
I can't tell whether they were full width, or had an
opening so that
the fuel could be reached easily. Can anyone help?

Thanks,
John
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Baby Krauss

John Dennis <jdennis@...>
 

Hi All,

I am looking at detailing a "baby" Krauss to look like Pompey, of the
Stannary Hills tramway.

I have a couple of questions which are generic to this type of Krauss,
and probably have multiple answers anyway, but let's see:

1. I assume that the short side tanks aren't really tanks, and the
loco is a well tank. If this is the case, I would also assume that the
"tanks" would be where the fuel was carried. Were these covered or
open?

2. The cab back looks as though it had a sheet at the same height as
the cab sides, particularly after a short tender was attached. I can
see in photos of Pompey and of the Rubicon machines these sheets, but
I can't tell whether they were full width, or had an opening so that
the fuel could be reached easily. Can anyone help?

Thanks,
John
==========================================================
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Melbourne,Australia Home of the HOn30 Dutton Bay Tramway
and the Australian Narrow Gauge Web-Exhibition Gallery
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Weston Park (ACT) Railway

Alf Aiken
 


Zambeia Railways [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

Rod Hutchinson <r.hutchinson@...>
 

Hi all,

I will be travelling to Zambia in April. Can anyone steer me in the direction of railways (particularly light rail) around Lusaka, and Victoria Falls area?

Regards
Rod Hutchinson


The 2009 Java Experience Tour 24 July – 13 August update

john_raby
 

The 2009 Java Experience Tour 24 July – 13 August (see http://www.internationalsteam.co.uk/tours/java2009.htm) is one person short of the 6 required to confirm the tour `go'. Given the recent interest in the tour, Rob has decided to extend the deadline for declaring the tour go by 2-3 weeks to mid April to give one or more other people the chance to sign up and make this tour happen. In addition, 2 other people who will be in Java at the time have expressed an interest in the Cepu charter which should mean that this can operate as part of the trip.

Java is the second steamiest place in the world for real steam and the stationary steam engines in the mills are the best examples for quality and quantity working anywhere in the world. Java is also an easy and attractive island to travel through and the narrow-gauge, industrial steam locos are both colourful and varied.

To see what we got up to in 2008, please see my blog at http://www.users.waitrose.com/~jraby/blog1.html and the YouTube video clips at http://www.internationalsteam.co.uk/tours/java2009.htm

Please note that the E10 at Ambarawa has been returned to Sumatra so will not feature in the programme. We also need 13 people or more to operate the two-bus option that will allow for a higher railway and mill content than the basic tour.

I hope to see you in Java in July 2009.

John Raby


Re: SMR SMR SMR and a little more SMR!

halfpilotstaff
 

Currently reading - and enjoying!

Can never have too much info about the SMR :-D

--- In LRRSA@yahoogroups.com.au, BLI BLI <alcogoodwin@...> wrote:


Hi all,
Not sure if it is good form to mention another publication on the group, however the latest 'Australian Railway History' (Bulletin for us oldies) is chocka block full of South Maitland Railways.
Indeed, except for the Letter section and a two page piece about a kettle that disgraced itself at Sodwalls, thats all it is.

The issue consists of two articles:

1) Boom and Despair - The South Maitland Railways in the 1920s.
Written by SMR expert Bob Driver.

2) Chasing Australia's Last Major Steam Railway
Written by RVRM identity Graham Black.

An awesome read for any person obsessed by the SMR.

Regards
Brad



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Mackay Sugar and Tully Mill swap locos

Brian Millar <rallim56@...>
 

I have been informed that the proposed swap of Balberra [Walkers GH500] and Tully Mill's Tully #7 [32t. E M Baldwin] is in the process of happening, apparently Tully #7 headed south on Friday 13th.
Cheers
Brian Millar
Qld. Aust.


Re: SMR SMR SMR and a little more SMR!

John Browning
 

This is also a good month in Railway Digest for standard gauge industrials,
with stories on the new locos for Weipa, the rebuilds used by Fortescue
Metals, and the interesting preservation site in western Sydney where an
ex-Newcastle Steelworks Porter 0-4-0T is to be found.



For the monorail-obsessed, there is also a story on Sydney's version of what
I believe would be much more attractive if it was an elevated 2ft gauge
railway.



John



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SMR SMR SMR and a little more SMR!

BLI BLI <alcogoodwin@...>
 

Hi all,
Not sure if it is good form to mention another publication on the group, however the latest 'Australian Railway History' (Bulletin for us oldies) is chocka block full of South Maitland Railways.
Indeed, except for the Letter section and a two page piece about a kettle that disgraced itself at Sodwalls, thats all it is.

The issue consists of two articles:

1) Boom and Despair - The South Maitland Railways in the 1920s.
Written by SMR expert Bob Driver.

2) Chasing Australia's Last Major Steam Railway
Written by RVRM identity Graham Black.

An awesome read for any person obsessed by the SMR.

Regards
Brad



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Re: Japanese industrial and steam locomotives

John Peterson
 

Hello Iain,

I hope someone can let me know this too. I bought a few books when I was in Japan; On the Kiso logging line; Mori locomotive works; Another logging line [that started off using dogs as motive power!] and a sugar line on South Daito Island. All written in Japanese but fantastic photos and plans. No doubt there are more. I believe there use to be one on the Kato locomotive works but now out of print. Charles Small's book 'Rails to the Raising Sun is the only book I know of; Well worth getting.

Cheers
John

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Sent: Sun 15/03/2009 7:49 PM
To: LRRSA@yahoogroups.com.au
Subject: [LRRSA] Japanese industrial and steam locomotives

I have just spent an intensive 2 weeks in southern Japan looking at
Industrial heritage sites. As a consequence I have numerous photos of
preserved locomotives and of a few at work (e.g at Nippon Steel). Is there a
reference book in English on Japanese steam or industrial locomotives that
anyone knows of? I tried the Japanese railway group and didn't get very
much.



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Japanese industrial and steam locomotives

Iain
 

I have just spent an intensive 2 weeks in southern Japan looking at
Industrial heritage sites. As a consequence I have numerous photos of
preserved locomotives and of a few at work (e.g at Nippon Steel). Is there a
reference book in English on Japanese steam or industrial locomotives that
anyone knows of? I tried the Japanese railway group and didn't get very
much.



yours



Dr Iain Stuart

Partner

JCIS Consultants



ABN 15 673 291 522



PO Box 2397

Burwood North

NSW 2134

Ph/Fax (02) 9701 0191

(0413) 380116

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Inside Rail enews

John Browning
 

Sorry for the multiple postings - this is for public information only.



Some members may be interested in receiving on a daily basis a digest of
Australian media stories on rail-related topics.



Barry Blair's "Inside Rail eNews" is free of cost and obligation.



To join, simply email Barry at barryblair@aapt.net.au



Unsubscribing is by the same method.



I have been receiving Barry's emails for a while and have found it a useful
way of obtaining and sharing information.





John



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Nadi, Fiji

John Browning
 

Chuck



This is currently the "off" season and there has been a lot of flood damage
on the cane lines in the last few months. The crushing season does not start
until June or July. The lines outside Nadi Airport are very busy during the
season and there is a small locomotive depot just to the south of Nadi, past
the Hindu temple where the Nadi Back Road joins the main highway.



If you get a car or a cab (should be cheap), you need to head north towards
Lautoka, keeping a keen eye out for maintenance trains. When you get to
Lautoka sugar mill, there should be plenty of interest in the yard and in
the loco shed. You will need to go to the security office (off to your right
when you stand facing the loco shed) to ask permission to look around inside
the mill area.



In return, could you please send a report of what you see to
LRRSA@yahoogroups.com.au

We would be keen to hear if you see a grey and orange diesel, newly
delivered from Australia, and if you see it what number it has been
allocated at the mill.



Enjoy your enforced stay in Fiji.



John



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Re: [HOe-modeling] Lettuce Trains and Fiji Sugar Trains [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

Chris Stratton
 

I would reply but I don't have his e-mail address or subscribe to the group
his e-mail came from.

Regards,
Chris

-----Original Message-----
From: LRRSA@yahoogroups.com.au [mailto:LRRSA@yahoogroups.com.au] On Behalf
Of Rod Hutchinson
Sent: Saturday, 14 March 2009 6:22 PM
To: LRRSA
Cc: Chuck Lie
Subject: [LRRSA] RE: [HOe-modeling] Lettuce Trains and Fiji Sugar Trains
[SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

Hi all,

Chuck, when I was on one of my many visits to Fiji Sugar Cane Railways are
alive and well

Can somebody respond to Chuck's question of Fiji Railways?


Regards
Rod Hutchinson

-----Original Message-----
From: HOe-modeling@yahoogroups.com [mailto:HOe-modeling@yahoogroups.com]
On Behalf Of Chuck Lie
Sent: Saturday, 14 March 2009 2:23 PM
To: HOe-modeling@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [HOe-modeling] Lettuce Trains and Fiji Sugar Trains


I may find my self stranded in Fiji for a day or two.  The area around the
international airport at Nadi is a spider web of sugar cane rail road
tracks.  Alas, they looked kind of unused last time I saw them.  Does
anyone know if there is still sugar cane railroading in Fiji near Nadi?

Chuck
in the beautiful Sky Valley


Re: [HOe-modeling] Lettuce Trains and Fiji Sugar Trains [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

jdennis@...
 

Chuck,

It's the wrong season for sugar cane to be harvested, so there will no sugar cane trains operating anywhere in Fiji (or Australia for that matter). It's what we call "the slack" here in Australia.

As to whether the lines around the airport are still in use, if you did happen to be in the cutting season, I can't help.

John

Rod Hutchinson <r.hutchinson@bom.gov.au> wrote:

Hi all,

Chuck, when I was on one of my many visits to Fiji Sugar Cane Railways
are alive and well

Can somebody respond to Chuck's question of Fiji Railways?


Regards
Rod Hutchinson

-----Original Message-----
From: HOe-modeling@yahoogroups.com [mailto:HOe-modeling@yahoogroups.com]
On Behalf Of Chuck Lie
Sent: Saturday, 14 March 2009 2:23 PM
To: HOe-modeling@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [HOe-modeling] Lettuce Trains and Fiji Sugar Trains


I may find my self stranded in Fiji for a day or two. The area around
the international airport at Nadi is a spider web of sugar cane rail
road tracks. Alas, they looked kind of unused last time I saw
them. Does anyone know if there is still sugar cane railroading in Fiji
near Nadi?

Chuck
in the beautiful Sky Valley







________________________________
From: daniel caso <d.caso@yahoo.com>
To: HOe-modeling@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Friday, March 13, 2009 12:30:59 PM
Subject: Re: [HOe-modeling] HO / HOe crossing


Chris:
Well. I can't recall if they are right or left, but I have
somewhere in a box two Lilliput H0/H0e crossings. I want to keep at
least one for eventual unexpected "inspiration", but if it helps you to
go further with your layout I will be pleased to exchange it for some
H0 to 0 nut-bolt or rivets.
You may contact me of-line if you wish.

Best regards

Daniel



--- HOWARD C TAYLOR <EITHLT@comcast.net> wrote:

roco made one years ago for ahm in the minitrains line . i think the
ho was code 100 as it matched the brass track that i used . they do
come up on ebay, and may (not sure) still be in production . howard
----- Original Message -----
From: K. S. Angus
To: HOe-modeling@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Friday, March 13, 2009 10:57 AM
Subject: Re: [HOe-modeling] HO / HOe crossing


There was one on Ebay a while back, so they have been made before. I
never found out what make it was. Unfortunately Tillig don't
indicate
when it will be on the market, but you could email them and ask, or
try
International Models:

(internationalmodels22@hotmail.com)

who are agents for Tillig in the UK (where are you
based?) and see what
they know.

I have produced a set of track templates which includes a 9/16.5 mm
crossing if you feel like making your own - I can send you a copy or
put
it in the files here - it also covers a range of
H0e/009 straight and
curved points. Maybe I should post it anyway.

Getting isolation between the two gauges could be difficult if you
want
to avoid large dead spots particularly on the H0e, but if you are
not
running tiny four wheel locos you may be OK.

Keith

Chris Lee wrote:
> All,
>
> I am currently building my HOe layout and I have encountered a
problem
> which there is a point where the standard HO track has to cross
the HOe
> track with HO from left to right and HOe from right to left.
>
> I noted that the company Tillig is planning to put out a product
"85260
> Crossing H0 right/H0e left ( gauge H0e )" that may fit but from
its
> website this product is still in the planning stage.
>
> I wonder if anyone knows any product that is currently already
avaliable
> and let me know where I can obtain it.
>
> For competibility concern, the HO track I use is the Roco-line
Code 83
> track and the HOe track is also Roco. I am running two separate
digital
> systems (Roco Digital) for HO and HOe and I prefers a crossing
that the
> HO and HOe tracks are isolated for each gauge.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Chris
>






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Re: [HOe-modeling] Lettuce Trains and Fiji Sugar Trains [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

Rod Hutchinson <r.hutchinson@...>
 

Hi all,

Chuck, when I was on one of my many visits to Fiji Sugar Cane Railways are alive and well

Can somebody respond to Chuck's question of Fiji Railways?


Regards
Rod Hutchinson

-----Original Message-----
From: HOe-modeling@yahoogroups.com [mailto:HOe-modeling@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Chuck Lie
Sent: Saturday, 14 March 2009 2:23 PM
To: HOe-modeling@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [HOe-modeling] Lettuce Trains and Fiji Sugar Trains


I may find my self stranded in Fiji for a day or two.  The area around the international airport at Nadi is a spider web of sugar cane rail road tracks.  Alas, they looked kind of unused last time I saw them.  Does anyone know if there is still sugar cane railroading in Fiji near Nadi?

Chuck
in the beautiful Sky Valley
 






________________________________
From: daniel caso <d.caso@yahoo.com>
To: HOe-modeling@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Friday, March 13, 2009 12:30:59 PM
Subject: Re: [HOe-modeling] HO / HOe crossing


Chris:
      Well. I can't recall if they are right or left, but I have somewhere in a box two Lilliput H0/H0e crossings. I want to keep at least one for eventual unexpected "inspiration", but if it helps you to go further with your layout I will be pleased to exchange it for some  H0 to 0 nut-bolt or rivets.
      You may contact me of-line if you wish.

      Best regards

                Daniel


         
--- HOWARD C TAYLOR <EITHLT@comcast.net> wrote:

roco made one years ago for ahm in the minitrains line . i think the
ho was code 100 as it matched the brass track that i used . they do
come up on ebay, and may (not sure) still be in production . howard
  ----- Original Message -----
  From: K. S. Angus
  To: HOe-modeling@yahoogroups.com
  Sent: Friday, March 13, 2009 10:57 AM
  Subject: Re: [HOe-modeling] HO / HOe crossing


  There was one on Ebay a while back, so they have been made before. I
  never found out what make it was. Unfortunately Tillig don't
indicate
  when it will be on the market, but you could email them and ask, or
try
  International Models:

  (internationalmodels22@hotmail.com)

  who are agents for Tillig in the UK (where are you
based?) and see what
  they know.

  I have produced a set of track templates which includes a 9/16.5 mm
  crossing if you feel like making your own - I can send you a copy or
put
  it in the files here - it also covers a range of
H0e/009 straight and
  curved points. Maybe I should post it anyway.

  Getting isolation between the two gauges could be difficult if you
want
  to avoid large dead spots particularly on the H0e, but if you are
not
  running tiny four wheel locos you may be OK.

  Keith

  Chris Lee wrote:
  > All,
  >
  > I am currently building my HOe layout and I have encountered a
problem
  > which there is a point where the standard HO track has to cross
the HOe
  > track with HO from left to right and HOe from right to left.
  >
  > I noted that the company Tillig is planning to put out a product
"85260
  > Crossing H0 right/H0e left ( gauge H0e )" that may fit but from
its
  > website this product is still in the planning stage.
  >
  > I wonder if anyone knows any product that is currently already
avaliable
  > and let me know where I can obtain it.
  >
  > For competibility concern, the HO track I use is the Roco-line
Code 83
  > track and the HOe track is also Roco. I am running two separate
digital
  > systems (Roco Digital) for HO and HOe and I prefers a crossing
that the
  > HO and HOe tracks are isolated for each gauge.
  >
  > Thanks,
  >
  > Chris
  >

 

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Re: [ausnarrowgauge] Krauss H class [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

Rod Hutchinson <r.hutchinson@...>
 

Hi all

I found a picture of this Krauss at
http://www.australiansteam.com/tas/krauss5682.jpg
It is Krauss 5682 / 5800 of 1906 / 1907 Redwater Creek Tramway,
Sheffield
Can anybody help me understand the throttle arrangements?
And
Is it likely that a similar throttle arrangement was on Ezard's Hybrid
Loco?


Regards
Rod Hutchinson

Hi Bruce & everyone else.

Do you have some photos of the throttle gear and / or the backhead of a
prototype Krauss I could have a look at?

What is the motion gear on a Krauss?

Regards
Rod Hutchinson


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Re: Help wanted [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

John Dennis <jdennis@...>
 

Rod,

John Hyett may have got the attachment, but it would be stripped off
emails to the group. Any chance you could send it my way?

John D

On Mon, 2 Mar 2009 09:24:13 +1100, "Rod Hutchinson"
<r.hutchinson@bom.gov.au> wrote:

John,

Please find attached a TIFF image of the map from the APW Research
Report No.10, "The CAVE HILL Tram, Lilydale.

Regards
Rod Hutchinson


Can anyone point me in the direction of where I can find a map showing
the route of the tramway system that operated from the Cave Hill Lime
Quarry at Lilydale.
I'm especially interested in where it crossed the Olinda Creek and
whether it was connected with Tramway Road at the Mount Evelyn
Recreation Reserve.

Thanks
John
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