90 Track ID neede?!! Not Ives?

Discussion in 'FAQs' started by TedTrain, Jan 17, 2004.

  1. TedTrain

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  2. shamus

    shamus Registered Member

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    Hi Ted and welcome to the gauge. Sorry mate, I cannot help you with that, not seen 3 rail stuff since I was 7 years old.LOL
    Someone will be able to ID it for you I am sure.
    cheers
    Shamus
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  3. N Gauger

    N Gauger 1:20.3 Train Addict

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    Welcome Aboard Ted :)

    What are you looking for?? A brand name or a part number???

    Is this O Gauge, or O-27 Or Standard??? I dont think they actually labeled the Crossing tracks because they listed them in the catalogs as: "90 Deg." or "30 Deg" Etc.....

    But as always - someone may know more than me - The only 3 rail I'm into is Standard gauge. :) Best of Luck!
  4. Ray Marinaccio

    Ray Marinaccio Active Member

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    A close look at the ties and insulaters make me think it was made by Dorfan.
    I could be wrong.
  5. TedTrain

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    Track Size.

    Hi ALL!
    Thanks for the comments!

    Anyhow.....this track is weird!
    It measures from the outside to outside of the tubed rails, 1 5/8" across, the height of the track is 3/4". the length of the staight track is 9 5/16 long.
    This thing IS strange!

    Many thanks!! TedTrain
  6. Mike R

    Mike R Member

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    Ted, I'm surprised a moderator wouldn't try to steer you elsewhere where you might get a response...you might try posting this in the "G / O / S" section of this forum, but try titling it "question for TCA track specialists", or something like that...that way you get a Train Collectors' Association member to see your post for sure.
    good luck & regards,
    Mike:D