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US Two Footers / Henschel loco
« on: November 04, 2018, 08:36:55 AM »
Does anyone know which Henschel loco this is and where?
Looks similar to the Boothbay engines.
www.flickr.com/photos/29903115@N06/45676484271

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Two Footers outside of the US / ÖSlJ, Mariefred, Sweden
« on: October 20, 2018, 12:52:02 PM »

First, congratulations to all of you at WW&F to all the astonishing achievements of the last year. Pure joy to follow!

Some updates from a collogue on the other side of "the pond".
Updated blog with photos from the End of Season Gala, Track work, Day of young members, Youth camp etc., with summaries in English:
http://museijarnvagenimariefred.se/

Some really good photos from one of our long time supporters Tommi:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/rotonen/sets/72157698652554022

For those who don't know us, some basics:
http://www.oslj.nu/en-GB
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Östra_Södermanlands_Järnväg

Regards
Dag
     



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General Discussion / Alternative Tampers Abroad
« on: May 04, 2018, 02:23:01 PM »
I really like your spirit "Can Do!" and the way you solve all problems that arise. Great to follow your development.

Sorry about the problems with the tamper. I am sure you will solve also those problems.
But just wanted to point out an alternative to consider.
We had an old, classic Matisa BL09M tamper bought for scrap price from Swedish State Railways some 40 years ago.
But in spite changing a lot of the parts, it continued to be quite temperamental.
Thus we bought a new one some years ago from this company in France, specialized narrow gauge equipment.
http://yves.ocquident.free.fr/
Their product is a rather direct copy of the Matisa BL09, built with Chinese components. They can custom build what ever you like, and it does not cost a fortune. Our new unit works quite well.
http://museijarnvagenimariefred.se/flera-lyft-for-banavdelningen/

More pictures from our 600 mm railway on our blog:
http://museijarnvagenimariefred.se/category/oslj/

Dag B

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