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  • Explore! Magazine for Professionals. Quality reliable information from the cutting edge of Alternative and Holistic Medicine, Nutritional Therapies, Energy Medicine, Homeopathy and Physics. of the Maxwellian equations are usually just symmetrically regauged. — “REGAUGING: Master Overunity Mechanism”,
  • Zen Cart! O Gauge SF 2-10-0 Russian Decapod Steam Engine w/PS 2.0 [MTH2080008A] - There are two reasons to put a lot of drivers under a locomotive. One, obviously, is to increase pulling power. The other is to spread out the engine's weight, (USRA) had the decapods regauged from five feet to standard. — “O Gauge SF 2-10-0 Russian Decapod Steam Engine w/PS 2.0”,
  • Track gauge. 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) regauged between. 1902 and 1905. Previous gauge. 4 ft (1, It was regauged to 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm), electrified and extended to Ettrick Bay between. — “Rothesay and Ettrick Bay Light Railway - Wikipedia, the free”,
  • No results found for "regauged" Encarta® World English Dictionary Developed for Microsoft by Bloomsbury Publishing Plc. Advertisement. MSN Privacy. Legal. — “regauged definition - Dictionary - MSN Encarta”,
  • In short, the system has to additionally be asymmetrically regauged so as to result in a net force — which means the extra The present Lorentz-regauged Maxwell-Heaviside theory effectively assumes an inert vacuum. — “The Tom Bearden Website”,
  • subwarehouse supervisor Controls regauging equipment from panelboard to reduce proof of newly distilled liquor in cistern tank before barreling: Reads charts to ascertain proof of liquor to be regauged, number of gallons to be regauged, and. — “520.382-010 - CISTERN-ROOM OPERATOR (beverage) alternate”,
  • The bogies used on the above mentioned wagons on the Bennett Brook Railway are the original ones supplied with the wagon, regauged. This provides clearance for the repositioned wheels of the regauged bogle whilst also increasing the strength of the wagon, The. — “All on Same Frame”,
  • Muddle: Play a Boggle-Style game with the whole internet! [regauged] 1/51. gargles. 7/193. regauge. 3/258. garaged. 17/293. garages. 26/293. sugared. 24/394. leaguer. 37/630. leagued. 38/676. lagered. 22/762. regales. 36/836. grudge. 38/404. gargle. — “Muddle at : Cooperative Boggle-style Word Puzzle”,
  • On these particular trucks, I used LGB metal wheel sets, with 3mm axles, which I regauged for Gauge 3 using new 3mm steel rod from Northwest Short Line along with a spacer tube to go between the LGB axle tubes. For instance, aside from the regauged K-37 tender trucks, the running. — “Cumberland Model Engineering”,
  • Iranian Railways Map collection from official RAI site (in english) Tehran Urban and Suburban Railway Company. map (98 kB) RAI Rah Ahan Iran (National Railway Company) Tehran Urban and Suburban Railway Company. — “Iraninan Railways network”, msedv.at
  • These came from the Ministry of Marine at Puerto Belgrano, regauged from 1m especially for the task of constructing the Rio Turbio route in 1950 (1) These could be easily regauged, and were usually well within the the RFIRT's generous loading gauge. — “9FRFIRTstock”,
  • but..there is one huge question as yet unanswered..will these locomotives be able to be easily regauged from On30 to On2? The thing about regauging is that anything CAN be regauged..it just depends on how much work you are willing to put into it it might not be ". — “On2 Bachman coach bash”,
  • Job description for CISTERN-ROOM OPERATOR, CISTERN-ROOM OPERATOR Jobs. Over 12,000 other Job Titles and Job Descriptions. Use our Reads charts to ascertain proof of liquor to be regauged, number of gallons to be regauged, and number of gallons of deionized water required to produce liquor of. — “CISTERN-ROOM OPERATOR - Job Description”,
  • We particularly examined how it developed, how it was changed, and how we came to have the Lorentz-regauged Maxwell-Heaviside equations model ubiquitously used today, particularly with respect to the design, manufacture, and use of electrical power systems. — “The Motionless Electromagnetic Generator - Extracting Energy”,
  • British Trams Online contains news, features, photos and much more on tram and light rail systems in the UK including Blackpool, Manchester, Croydon and the Crich Tramway Village Regauged to 2'9" at Seaton. — “British Trams Online - Seaton Tramway Village Fleet List”,
  • The car was lifted, the trucks swapped, and the track regauged over three days starting Tuesday, August 27, 2002. Return to Top. SOUTHERN PACIFIC LOCOMOTIVE 1673 has been moved from its former resting place in Himmel Park in Tucson, Arizona, to the downtown railroad depot. — “Old Pueblo Trolley -- An All-Volunteer Operating Transit Museum”,
  • Scottish Garden Railways, about GARDEN RAILWAYS, What's new in GARDEN TRAINS Can also be regauged 45mm or 32mm. Chassis only also available. PIKO have another new model of, this time the DBAG BR204 main line diesel locomotive. — “Scottish Garden Railways - Large Scale Model Trains In YOUR”,
  • eBay: Find BLH SB3 Load Cell, 50K 50,000# Regauged in the Electronics , Other category on eBay. This 50K load cell was removed from a truck scale, regauged, and kept indoors and dry as a spare part. — “BLH SB3 Load Cell, 50K 50,000# Regauged - eBay (item”,
  • Moyersoen are domestic and international brokers in moveable goods with more than 20 years of professional experience. We are court experts and assessors in auctions, appraisals, and intermediaries in re-possessions. Diesellocomotive 0-4-0, 600mm gauge, can be regauged from 600 tot 1067 mm. — “Moyersoen Online Auctions - Lots”, moyersoen.be
  • Test Train which ran 26 Jan 2009 comprising the recently regauged diesel and 4 carriages running over track which had been connected only a few hours before. — “YouTube - Fairbourne Railway Diesel Test Train”,
  • History, photographs and information about the Climax Patent Geared Locomotive Regauged. Regauged. Regauged. 36 in. Standard. 36 in. Standard. 6-1897. 6-1907. 1925. 1926. 1932 *Kulp, Monroe H. — “Shop Number Search Results | Climax Locomotives”,
  • Four of these were regauged to 2'0" gauge and converted to NDM-1 units later when the ZDM-3 locos became ( and classed ZDM-1) and regauged when ZDM-3's were obtained for that. — “[IRFCA] Indian Railways FAQ: Locomotives -- Specific classes”,
  • The wheels can be easily regauged to On30. 32 foot On3. tba. 1100x. 32' The wheels can be easily regauged to On30. 32 foot On3. tba. 1103x. 38' Gondola/Flat - ET. — “Valley Model Trains -O- Smoky Mountain Model Works”,
  • EBT two-bay steel hopper car no. 801, regauged Bachmann plastic model, repainted and relettered for rock service. EBT two-bay steel hopper car no. 807, regauged Bachmann plastic model, repainted and relettered for rock. — “Auction listing of Douglas C. Taylor On3 models”,

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  • Wiscasset, Waterville and Farmington Railroad Museum #10, a former 30" gauge Louisiana plantation 0-4-4T, re-gauged to 2 foot by Edaville, leaves the Sheepscott yard, with a two car passenger train July 3, 2010.
  • 4145 Preparing for Lift The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum located in Washington Pa had an exciting day on Thursday, May 7th, 2009 when they took delivery of 1911 product of the Pressed Steel Car Company, 4145, which was built for Pittsburgh Railways Co. 4145 was originally restored by Ed Blossom for the Magee Museum of Bloomsburg, Pa in 1973. When the museum closed, Trolleyville USA purchased the car. Unfortunately Trolleyville USA lost its home in 2003 and subsequent efforts to preserve their collection have failed. We hope that the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum will be 4145's permanent home! When 4145 was restored, the trucks were regauged to standard gauge to accomodate the Magee Museum trackage. Trolleyville USA also operated on standard gauge. However, the PA Trolley Museum operated on PA Broad Gauge, so the trucks will need to be re-regauged before operation. What you see here is car beginning to be lifted from the standard gauge trucks and lowered on the broad gauge "shop trucks" for the time being.
  • Nemo Adventure Pt. 3 Nearly year after Pt 1 and 2 was filmed and uploaded. We return to the tunnels to hike the last abandoned one down at Nemo, TN. This place at the beginning of the video is CW Tower and is very isolated. If you decide to hike to this location, please let me know so I can show you to the safe way to get there. We got here by going through all the abandoned tunnels and crossing the river on foot which was low at the time which allowed us to do this. The only other way to get there is to cross the new bridge and through the new tunnel (NOT RECOMMENDED). The last rock tunnel we walk through is very interesting. Both rock tunnels at Nemo were made in the 1880s for a 5 foot gauge line which the whole CNO&TP was re-gauged in "one" day. This is the reason it's called the Rathole. As the equipment got bigger, the tunnels didn't. They bi-passed for more room for those 20 plus foot tall double stacks, 86 foot long auto parts box cars, high cubes, and those 89 foot thrall auto racks you see now. The new tunnels are observably bigger. Nearly 30 plus feet from the rails to the ceiling. Please check out Nemo Adventures 1 and 2. The train in this video is NS 196 with a GE ES40DC GEVO and a EMD SD70M-2. We didn't hear him call his single because my scanner couldn't pick up the signal in this place. The reception down here is low. We caught his number when he was in lancing. CW Tower is located between Lancing and Nemo. Lancing is 2 miles to the north and Nemo is on the other side of Tunnel ...
  • me regauging my ear me regauging my ear from a 10g to a 6g
  • My visit to the MHLR Feb 2010 Here's my video of the events! Mr.C of the MHLR kindly invited me to come over for a steaming. I took River Alde and River Butley by train, tube and car all the way to cornwall. First we regauged the tender using drinking straws! River Alde's chunter pipe can be clearely heared. Mr. C's steam whistle on his regner willie wasmaking a rather odd warbling sound which can be heared. I then set up a special project which can be seen at the end of the video. I have been experimenting with different music types etc, in order: Holberg Suit- Greig, Children of the Regiment and Funiculi Funicula. I have plenty of blooper footage so another video should follow shortly. To see Mr. C's take on the day and the next day where we steamed Bluebel a 5 inch gauge polly 1.5 follow this link to his channel: Thank you Mr. C for a great day!
  • Bridal Train Not every bride drives herself in her own locomotive to her wedding - but this is what happened to Mossley Light Railway driver Mad Margaret when she married MLR company secretary Magnus Fishdyke. And her loco - Sir Despard - had to be regauged so the bride could collect the wedding guests at Broken Hill station on the Dane Valley Light Railway and drive them to Nuffindon Church. Thanks to all concerned (and to Gilbert and Sullivan for the music)! Further info about the MLR: /
  • Lithuania & Estonia 2007 Selected scenes from a trip to the Baltic States in June, 2007. The Latvia portion of the trip is on a separate video. Motive power types seen include 2TE10 (Belarus run-thru power) TEP60 (both Lithuanian and Belarussian) 2TE116 from Russian Railways, Transoil and Spacecom, TEM-2 and TEM-2M, TEP70 and M62/2M62. The American GE C30/36-7 units imported and regauged for operations in Estonia are also shown.
  • Estonia GE C36-7i locomotive No. 1538, video 2 General Electric C36-7i locomotive from Eesti Raudtee, former GE Dash-7, passing by in Tallinn-Ulemiste. Locomotive engine is a GE type 7FDL16, 4 stroke V16 with a power output of 3600 HP. They have been regauged to fit 1520mm tracks and re-equipped with modern electrical systems
  • M6 ex TGR Bellarine Peninsula Railway Victoria 1982 Ex Tasmanian steam locomotive M6 and a three car train of ex Tasmanian passenger carriages on the regauged broad gauge former Victorian Railways branch line to Queenscliff. This video was made in 1982 not long after the locomotive and cars had been brought across Bass Strait to Victoria, and not long after the section of railway between Queenscliff and Drysdale had been converted to 3ft6in gauge. The video starts at Queenscliff station and then there are some views of the train on the way to Drysdale. In the early days of operations, level crossings were protected by society members with flags. This meant that trains had to stop before level crossings. At Banks Road crossing, which is at the bottom of a dip, the locomotive had problems gaining traction for the climb up the grade towards Drysdale because of light rain falling and the tracks becoming greasy. After a valiant attempt to make it to the top, the train stalled and had to back up over the crossing, and then it make a spirited run at the hill. The train is then seen arriving at Drysdale. There is a new station at Drysdale today and a new railway yard as well as the old turntable which was once in Hobart. No doubt, M6 would have rode this turntable in Tasmania in the days of steam in that state. The website of the Bellarine Peninsula Railway is at - tripple W .au
  • Vienna - Pyongyang by train: Regauging at Chop (Ukraine) In september 2008 I travelled by train from Vienna to Pyongyang. 2008-09-07/08: Bogie changing at the Ukrainian border station Chop (border to Slovakia and Hungary). The railways of the former Soviet union use 1520mm-gauge, whereas in Europe (and also in China and North Korea) 1435mm-gauge is used. Travelogue Vienna - Pyongyang: vienna-
  • SALTBURN STEAM 2007 - Part 3 - Decauville stuff Neil Clayton of the Ripon Light Railway has a collection of Decauville items. He kindly brought part of it to Saltburn to show us, including a rare 1880 Channel Tunnel inspection coach which has been regauged from 400 mm to 15 inch, We see it hauled by the unique 1909 Bassett-Lowke 4-4-4T Blacolvesley and briefly by the Cleethorpes 4-4-2 Sutton Belle. Neil explains the first tunnel, which reached 2 km under the sea on each side of the channel.
  • Siân on the Bure Valley Railway - 1991 More from the skip..... Siân on the Bure Valley Railway - 1991 Siân was one of the two locos which worked on the Fairbourne, before it was re-gauged from 15 inches to 12 and a quarter. Sister loco Katie followed it to Cleethorpes in the mid-nineties. This sequence is from some video of unknown parentage and shows Sian at the Bure Valley Railway, in the days when it carried the Americanized superstructure it was given latterly at Fairbourne. The loco later arrived at the CCLR, along with sister Kate which had been staying at Haigh Hall park near Wigan. It has spent some time, now in its rebuilt-to-original-form on the Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway. However, due to the R&ER's new 'Safety' policy Siân has moved back to Windmill Farm, Burscough Bridge, Lancashire. Siân is booked to appear at the Kirklees' 'Old Friends' weekend on 12th & 13th September 2009.
  • Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway Part 2 The Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway opened on May 24th 1875, its purpose being to ferry iron ore from workings near Boot to the coast at Ravenglass. On November 20th 1876 the first passengers were carried. Built to a gauge of 3 feet (910mm), problems soon arose relating to the iron ore and the line was declared bankrupt as early as 1877. The line finally closed in 1913. Unused for two years, in 1915 the miniature railway engineer WJ Bassett-Lowke and his friend R Proctor-Mitchell, (representing Narrow Gauge Railways Ltd) acquired the line as a base for testing their little locomotives under fairly harsh operating conditions. By 1916 the re-gauged track (15"/381mm) ran as far as Irton Road, while during the following year the miniature trains were running the full length of the line. Quarrying recommenced on the line near Beckfoot and granite blocks were transported to Murthwaite, where they were crushed for use mainly as road stone and railway ballast. By 1946 ownership had transferred to the Keswick Granite Company, who decided in 1953 to cease quarrying operations. With the exception of the war years passenger traffic continued throughout. However, in 1958 and again in 1959 the line and fittings were offered for sale but, without any serious potential purchaser, it was announced that the 1960 season would be the last. The Railway was to be sold by auction in September. The Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway Preservation Society was formed by enthusiasts but hopes were not ...
  • Permanent Magnet Motor V-gate Re-gauging from Roobert33 This is a back-up copy of a video originally posed by Roobert33 Roobert33 (now removed from his account) subsequently posted at FLek_3Hpwus It shows a V-gate magnet motor that supposedly is made functional (rotation maintained) by means of a mechanical method for moving the stator magnets in and out of the way of the gate ("re-gauging") so that the gate doesn't become a lock-up point that otherwise would stop the motion of the magnet motor. On Nov. 18, Roobert wrote to Stefan Hartmann at saying: "Yes, It was a joke that I should not do! I apologize to you and all your friends who have lost time in commenting on .... The device had to operate the magnet inside a coil that I had in my shirt." Is this just a diversion to throw people off the scent after having second thoughts about posting the video? On Nov. 20, Roobert33 posted another video this one of a completely different magnet motor design, levitating, and this one includes audio. It is one of the most convincing videos I've ever seen of a magnet motor. I'll be working up a feature page on it in the next few days. More at
  • SALTBURN STEAM 2007 - Part 2 SALTBURN STEAM 2007-Part 2 11th August I paid what has become my annual visit to the fif*** inch gauge railway at Saltburn-by-the-Sea. This year the visiting locos were: - Bassett-Lowke class 30 Synolda built 1912 Bassett-Lowke only s/o Blacolvesley built 1909 Cannon 4-4-2 Sutton Belle built 1933 Also there was Neil Clayton of the Ripon Light Railway with his unique Channel Tunnel (1880) inspection coach, regauged from 4oo mm to 15 inch. This time we see the trains in wide-screen, with arrivals and departures at Cat Nab station and at Forest Halt at the end of the line. [More to come in Part 3]
  • PB15 454 ex QGR Bellarine Peninsula Railway Victoria 1981 The closed broad gauge branch line was regauged in the 1970s between Drysdale and Queenscliff to 3ft6in gauge. Initially a branch of the Railway Historical Society had been running trains at Belmont Common reserve which were from the closed 3ft6in gauge railway. That railway connected a cement works to a limestone quarry at Geelong nearby. When the above mentioned part of the branch to Queenscliff was regauged, operations moved to there, but not only locomotives from the quarry line were used, but an impressive collection of locomotives, passenger cars and goods wagons and other items, had gradually been acquired from other 3ft6in gauge railways in other states of Australia. This video shows the shunting of rail tank wagons from the Central Australia Railway and the shunting of an S class steam locomotive from Western Australia by the PB15 class locomotive which itself is from Queensland. The S class is earmarked for restoration and a V class from Western Australia, which is more powerful than the S, has already been restored. The PB15locomotive is videoed heading for Drysdale some nine miles or so away, with three carriages originally from the South Australian Railways. The impressive red and cream carriages in the background in some shots, are from Tasmania. It is intended that an early video of the Tasmanian M class hauling three of these carriages in that time period on the Bellarine Peninsula Railway, will soon be made up and posted. This video is of late 1981 and ...
  • Erlian Regauging facility at Erlian, Chinese border station to Mongolia.
  • P&W 4 car Bullet train Part 4 The P&W Bullets were transported to the P&W on their own wheels from the Brill plant in Southwest Philadelphia via the PRR on what is now the Amtrak Northeast Corridor, then what is now the SEPTA Media-Elwyn line to Fernwood, then up the now-abandoned Newtown Square branch to Cardington Jct, where it took the circuitous Cardington Branch to the interchange at 69th St. They immediately cut running times by a third from 24 to 16 minutes from Norristown to 69th St. Terminal, and ran for almost 60 years before being replaced by secondhand Chicago PCC subway-elevated cars and regauged Budd "Almond Joy" subway-elevated cars from the neighboring Market-Frankford line in the mid-1980's. These were in turn replaced by new N-5 transit cars built by ABB Traction in 1990.
  • Estonia GE C36-7i locomotive No. 1538, video 1 General Electric C36-7i locomotive from Eesti Raudtee, former GE Dash-7, passing by in Tallinn-Ulemiste. Locomotive engine is a GE type 7FDL16, 4 stroke V16 with a power output of 3600 HP. They have been regauged to fit 1520mm tracks and re-equipped with modern electrical systems
  • Estonia GE C36-7i locomotive No. 1528 General Electric C36-7i locomotive, former GE Dash-7, passing by in Lagedi. Locomotive engine is a GE type 7FDL16, 4 stroke V16 with a power output of 3600 HP. They have been regauged to fit 1520mm tracks and re-equipped with modern electrical systems
  • Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway Part 1 The Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway opened on May 24th 1875, its purpose being to ferry iron ore from workings near Boot to the coast at Ravenglass. On November 20th 1876 the first passengers were carried. Built to a gauge of 3 feet (910mm), problems soon arose relating to the iron ore and the line was declared bankrupt as early as 1877. The line finally closed in 1913. Unused for two years, in 1915 the miniature railway engineer WJ Bassett-Lowke and his friend R Proctor-Mitchell, (representing Narrow Gauge Railways Ltd) acquired the line as a base for testing their little locomotives under fairly harsh operating conditions. By 1916 the re-gauged track (15"/381mm) ran as far as Irton Road, while during the following year the miniature trains were running the full length of the line. Quarrying recommenced on the line near Beckfoot and granite blocks were transported to Murthwaite, where they were crushed for use mainly as road stone and railway ballast. By 1946 ownership had transferred to the Keswick Granite Company, who decided in 1953 to cease quarrying operations. With the exception of the war years passenger traffic continued throughout. However, in 1958 and again in 1959 the line and fittings were offered for sale but, without any serious potential purchaser, it was announced that the 1960 season would be the last. The Railway was to be sold by auction in September. The Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway Preservation Society was formed by enthusiasts but hopes were not ...
  • Re: Gauging Lobes to 7/8" with taper DONT STEAL MY VIDEO! Video Cam Direct Upload
  • Moving a 1932 Red Arrow Trolley Were finally able to get this Red Arrow into the trolley barn. It had to be re-gauged to fit on the regular track.
  • The Buxton Miniature Railway Edward Milner is seen emerging from the tunnel and crossing the bridge on The Buxton Miniature Railway. The Railway opened in 1972 as a 10 1/4" gauge, but over the winter of 1998 was re-gauged to 12 1/4". Edward Minlner (named after the parks desinger) was built by Allan Keef in 2000 was is a S/O 0-6-0DH type.
  • Bellarine Peninsula Railway - 25 April 2010 The Bellarine Peninsula Railway operates a collection of 3'6" gauge locomotives and rolling stock from railway systems all over Australia along a re-gauged section of the former Queenscliff branch line south west of Geelong. This video features former SAR steam locomotive T251 hauling the mid day service to Lakers Siding, shunting at Queenscliff and then the afternoon service to Drysdale. © 2010 James Brook
  • Regauging Changing of couplers in Brest (Belarus). 2006-07-02 during trip Vienna - Moscow.
  • Spencer Street Railway Station Melbourne Australia1994 Spencer Street Station at Melbourne Australia, has since these video shots were taken, been upgraded and has been renamed Southern Cross Station. These scenes are of a period in November 1994, during the morning and afternoon busy periods illustrating how things were back then. Country and interstate trains are glimpsed, including the broad gauge Overland which now runs on the regauged to standard gauge, line between Melbourne and Adelaide. One of the ex Overland power cars - for electricity generation for the train, is seen in one of the scenes attached to a Victorian broad gauge train arriving at platform one. These power cars had been taken from the Overland when the N class diesel electrics were placed in charge of the train, as these locomotived have inbuilt generator sets capable of supplying electricity to the train. Some other locomotives shown include the A class and the P class. Another scene shows a broad gauge turnout from a dual gauge section of line in number one platform. The inner rail had to necessarily change sides to allow the broad gauge turnout to function. The reason the inner rail was not on the appropriate side for the length of the platform, was obviously because of standard gauge turnouts at each end of the platform.
  • Jami's belly and ears regauged needles through belly button to regauge, ears just a push through
  • Vienna - Pyongyang by train: Regauging at Chop (Ukraine) In september 2008 I travelled by train from Vienna to Pyongyang. 2008-09-07/08: Bogie changing at the Ukrainian border station Chop (border to Slovakia and Hungary). The railways of the former Soviet union use 1520mm-gauge, whereas in Europe (and also in China and North Korea) 1435mm-gauge is used. Travelogue Vienna - Pyongyang: vienna-
  • Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway turning locos by hand The Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway opened on May 24th 1875, its purpose being to ferry iron ore from workings near Boot to the coast at Ravenglass. On November 20th 1876 the first passengers were carried. Built to a gauge of 3 feet (910mm), problems soon arose relating to the iron ore and the line was declared bankrupt as early as 1877. The line finally closed in 1913. Unused for two years, in 1915 the miniature railway engineer WJ Bassett-Lowke and his friend R Proctor-Mitchell, (representing Narrow Gauge Railways Ltd) acquired the line as a base for testing their little locomotives under fairly harsh operating conditions. By 1916 the re-gauged track (15"/381mm) ran as far as Irton Road, while during the following year the miniature trains were running the full length of the line. Quarrying recommenced on the line near Beckfoot and granite blocks were transported to Murthwaite, where they were crushed for use mainly as road stone and railway ballast. By 1946 ownership had transferred to the Keswick Granite Company, who decided in 1953 to cease quarrying operations. With the exception of the war years passenger traffic continued throughout. However, in 1958 and again in 1959 the line and fittings were offered for sale but, without any serious potential purchaser, it was announced that the 1960 season would be the last. The Railway was to be sold by auction in September. The Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway Preservation Society was formed by enthusiasts but hopes were not ...
  • On30 SHAY 3 CYLINDERS with TSUNAMI Brass Shay On3 regauged in On30 with Tsunami, my best Model, for the time
  • Regauging Boogie changing in Brest, Belarus. 2006-07-02 during trip Vienna - Moscow.
  • Regauging Boogie changing in Brest, Belarus. 2006-07-02 during trip Vienna - Moscow.
  • A Ride behind Bertie the Diesel Bertie, with MER trailer car 62 heads through Groudle bends and stops at Groudle station, on 20 July 2008. This is the view from behind the guard/brakesman on the trailer. Bertie is a 1949 built Ruston & Hornsby diesel, originally metre gauge, and is on loan from the Irchester Narrow Gauge collection. It is in RMS Locotec livery, bearing number H048, and having been regauged to 3 ft, is being used for track maintenance works on the electric railway.
  • changing wheels at the Kazach/Chinese border/regauging train wheels Trains running between Alamaty in Kazachstan and Urumqi in China have to change wheels at the border. The operation lasts about half an hour.
  • SALTBURN STEAM 2007 - Part 1 SALTBURN STEAM 2007 - Part 1 11th August I paid what has become my annual visit to the fif*** inch gauge railway at Saltburn-by-the-Sea. This year the visiting locos were: - Bassett-Lowke class 30 Synolda built 1912 Bassett-Lowke only s/o Blacolvesley built 1909 Cannon 4-4-2 Sutton Belle built 1933 Also there was Neil Clayton of the Ripon Light Railway with his unique Channel Tunnel (1880) inspection coach, regauged from 4oo mm to 15 inch. [More to come in Part 2]
  • Fairbourne Railway 1989 (Part 2) On a wet day in August 1989 we visited the newly re-gauged 12.25in Fairbourne Railway in Wales.
  • Finch 34 Carlisle and Finch 34 with regauged Lionel day coaches - ca 1910
  • Re: Gauging/Streching my ears from a 6g to a 2g. Video Cam Direct Upload
  • Regauging Boogie changing in Brest, Belarus. 2006-07-02 during trip Vienna - Moscow.
  • Fairbourne Railway 1989 (Part 1) On a wet August day in 1989 I visited the newly re-gauged 12.25in Fairbourne Railway in Wales.
  • Fairbourne Railway Diesel Test Train Test Train which ran 26 Jan 2009 comprising the recently regauged diesel and 4 carriages running over track which had been connected only a few hours before.

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  • “I built a small 'Ford-type' critter along time ago using an HOn3 Grandt Line mechanism, that I recently regauged to 9mm (it's in the second picture next to a Bachmann Porter for size comparison), but never built anything for it to run on. Until now!”
    — Railroad Line Forums - O9 Estate Line, railroad-

  • “The moderator reserves the right to delete postings and to ban people from using the discussion forum. not only would the mainline need to be regauged, but the two paved grade crossings, the slab in the car shop”
    — Edaville Railroad Discussion Forum, pub21

  • “[Archive] NorthernLines History Railroads/SRT/Thai Railfan Tha Tako route, it used to be a narrow gauge line for firewood (opened in 1922) and the Railway Dept has regauged from 60 cm to 1 meter in 1939”
    — NorthernLines History [Archive] - 2 Forum,

  • “It is the oldest street railway line in America, and it's not in San Francisco. Market Street has had rail transit for 150 years now — the longest duration on on that line are specified by law as part of its federal historic designation (it would have to be regauged to New Orleans' wide gauge besides)”
    — 175 Years of Rail on St. Charles Avenue - Market Street,

  • “Atlas Model Railroad Forums. HO Scale Model Railroad Forum. MTH to produce Milwaukee Bi-Polar. Author. Topic. Page: Five more were regauged to 5ft. 3in. and sold to Brazil's 3000 volt Cia. Paulista Railway. The Brazilian engines have remained in”
    — Atlas Model Railroad Co. - MTH to produce Milwaukee Bi-Polar,

  • “Articles, forums, chat and more about G scale trains for garden railroad enthusiasts. Forum Locked. Printer Friendly. Author. Topic. Accucraft UK have recently released a neat little SM-32/45 Baguley Drewry loco. One excellent feature of this loco is that it can be easily regauged to suit 32 mm or”
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