Quick Ride on Tionesta Valley RR. Part 1
A quick ride on my dad's 1 1/2 inch scale 7 1/2 inch gauge railroad. He's
working on a new engine, that's why there's no body. Still a lot of track
work to go, but what's down is pretty nice. I think you'll agree!!
Riverside & Great Northern - An Engineer's View - Pumpkin Train 2008
The Riverside &Great Northern Railway in Wisconsin Dells, WI is a 15" gauge
railway dating back to the late 1940's. The main line is 1.5 miles long
giving a 3 mile long train ride lasting about 30 - 40 min. This little
railroad is a living museum. Many steam engines and diesel engines along
with almost countless rolling stock was built right here for amusement
parks and zoo's and is not for profit, maintained and operated by
Come join us for all the railroading fun and take a tour of the Engine
Shop, Round House, Depot and much more. Learn about the Sandley Light
Railway Equipment Works and the Sandley legacy.
Have a picnic in our park while watching the trains. There are lots of
trees for shade and plenty of picnic tables to go around. Or get something
to eat in the Iron Horse Café. And don't forget to stop in the Gift
Shop. There's lots of Thomas the Train for the kids and much more!
For more information visit us online at "www.dellstrain.com"
Bitter Creek Narrow Gauge Meet 2008
It's a big country! 2 1/2" and 3 3/4" scale live steam locomotives on the
finest private track in California. HD version:
Live Steam 2.5"/foot RGS 2-8-0 #41
This is a simply gorgeous 7-1/2 " gauge (scaled to 3'...)model of RGS #41.
It is coal fired so it smells as good as it looks! And it is HUGE!
Scaling the 7-1/2" track to 3' gauge means the engine is 2-1/2" to the foot
scale, rather than the typical[-for std. gauge] 1-1/2" . It was built by
Ken Burns, the Beards and others at the Salinas Valley Model Railroad Club.
Live steam RGS Rio Grande Southern #41 narrow gauge 2-8-0