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Seven and a Quarter AGM 2013
Seven and a Quarter AGM 2013





71/4" Gauge Society AGM at the Teesside Small Gauge Railway 2013
Pictures from 1:36 to 1:55 courtesy of Robert Lazenby Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/teessidesmallgaugerailway For information about the railway please visit: http://www.tsgr.co.uk/





7 1/4 Class 15. Battery Electric Loco. Driven by Sam.
Testing revied battery electric loco with modern PWM (pulse width modulator) motor control.





Class 40 bogies on test
7 1/4 Class 40 diesel bogies on test run at Ruddington





Building and laying track in high speed on the Boulder Creek Tramway
Building and laying track in high speed on the 7 1/4" gauge "Boulder Creek Tramway" Howden, Tasmania For more info and pictures visit: http://www.smex.net.au/bouldercreek/





5inch gauge Baldwin in last air test
Baldwin 0-4-2 rear tank of Kiso Logging Railway is being scratchbuilt in Akubi L.R. workshop. After some adjustment of the valve gear, It can drive under 1 kg/cm2 air pressure. http://www.ne.jp/asahi/beat/non/loco/loco0e.html http://akubilr.asablo.jp/blog/





A trip around Castledare Miniature Railway Perth, Western Australia
This is a driver view of a trip from Niana Station going out to Wilson Station located at the Kent St Weir traveling through the Canning river wetlands and return. The locomotive is a 7-1/4 gauge 4-6-2 Royal Scott named Elisabeth after my Grandmother. Castledare Miniature Railway is open to the public on the first Sunday of every month from Niana Station and also from Wilson Station every third Sunday of the month. Please remember: Enclosed foot wear must be worn when traveling on all the trains. http://www.castledare.com.au/





Rod Muller's model railway at Strathalbyn 1973 to1998
In 1973 Rod Muller and his father Bill purchased 2 1/2 acres of land in a small country town called Strathalbyn on the Fleurieu Peninsular in South Australia and began building a 7 1/4" gauge model railway. The first section of track was completed in 1977 which included 2 bridges across Middle Creek. Along the way a group of people also became interested in the project and helped us build what became known as the Paris Creek Railroad Club, names that spring to mind where David Hopkins, Brian Forster and Jack Newcombe. In 1979 Rod bought some land at the end of Taylors lane and Bill bought an old road from the farmer next door which joined down to Rod's property and this gave them another 3 acres with which to join the original track down the Rod's place. In 1985 Rod shifted across the creek to an old dairy farm which gave them an even bigger selection of land to increase the length of the track. Track laying was completed around 1992 with approx 1.5 kilometers. In 1997 Bill and Rod's wife passed away and the whole system was pulled up and sold to the council of Holbrook in NSW because Rod moved to Goolwa to be close to the river and pursue his business Strath Steam.





Maxitrak Planet 2 7 1/4" Gauge model locomotive
Maxitrak 7 1.4" Gauge Planet 2 loco available in green or maroon, battery electric or petrol generator.





7 1/4 Gauge Rainhill. Part Two
The trials continue





The Great Coffee Pot Fest
Festival of vertical boilered locomotives at Stonehenge Works on the Leighton Buzzard Railway, 14th/15th May 2011. 2' gauge, 7 1/4" gauge, 5" gauge and 32mm gauge





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Lappa Valley Railways





7 1/4 inch gauge Hercules.wmv





Steam Loco driving lesson at Parklands 7-1/4" gauge Miniature Railway
During a late-season quiet day, James has his first steam loco driving lesson on a Great Western 1500 Class locomotive, 1507. He is already a proficient driver having driven an electric Class 86 regularly during the season.





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