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Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by N Gauger, Dec 6, 2004.
Here's a pic of the small train they have at the Strasburg RR in PA
And the Controls
Cool...What scale is it?
That's an old 15" gauge Cagney.
One of my dad's friends had one. He would steam it up every Sunday and give rides to anyone that showed up.
Since my dad would run the locomotive on occasion, my brothers and I were fortunate enough to ride on the tender with him and eventually learned to run it ourselves.
Got more pics if you want to see them Like you have to twist my arm.
88 - I was going to answer about 15 - 18 Inches - Thanks ray!!
Sure I'd like to see them.
I have a photo of the one we ran, I'll have to dig it up and scan it.
Now how did I miss this thread? LOL Great Photo Mikey.
Live Steam All The Way
So did that engine run good ?
This one ran great - they were running it all day for 2 days & I havn't heard of any trouble..
Ray - Sorry it took so long to post these pics. I forgot all about this thread. (Thanks LiveSteamer)
Your Welcome Mikey. I was just searching around on here for live steam and found this thread. I seem to have that habit of bringing back old threads LOL Great Pictures :thumb: :thumb:
I didn't realize there were others here into live steaming!
I'm a member of the Largo Central Railroad, a 7 1/2" gauge, 1 1/2 scale railroad located in Largo Central Park, in Largo, Florida. We have 1.4 miles of track with tunnels and bridges galore.
Since it's so big, here's a link to a thread over on railfan.net with plenty of pics. Go to http://forums.railfan.net/forums.cgi?board=GardenRails&action=display&num=1105783001...
In case you're wondering, I'm ATSF_railfan over there...
It's a great railroad. I'm officially addicted to live steaming, and I have been for almost 2 years now.
Great way to spend your time.
Nice photos Mikey.
I found and scanned the photo I have.
Thanks LiveSteamer for the reminder.
oh That's Nice!! Too Cool!!!!
Your Welcome Ray