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Even with a “square” link block, the ends of the slot can be as you have machined them. The slots just need to be enough longer so that in full gear the block doesn’t reach the ends of the expansion link’s slot.
Fisher.jpg In the past there were many castings available. H.J. Coventry probably offered the most. Harry Fisher of Belleville, NJ sold castings and drawings for a New York Central Hudson. L.R. Miller sold castings for a freelance Hudson. Little Engines sold castings for a 1/2” scale Pacific and a ...
Seriously, there is a way to keep your locomotive from burping a mess all over your locomotive. Sadly I never see anyone properly prepare to run after steaming up. The procedure I use is one I learned when operating full sized locomotives. As a previous poster mentioned, the cylinders and steam deli...
I think 2 - 1/2” gauge is a terrific size. Easily moved about, can be displayed in your living room and yet will pull a decent load with ease!
I just wish the clubs here in the Northeast United States had 2 - 1/2” gauge rails.
Keith Taylor, Maine USA