12" working railroad

Discuss park gauge trains and large scale miniature railways having track gauges from 8" to 24" gauge and designed at scales of 2" to the foot or greater - whether modeled for personal use, or purpose built for amusement park operation or private railroading.

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Topics may include: antique park gauge train restoration, preservation, and history; building new grand scale equipment from scratch; large scale miniature railway construction, maintenance, and safe operation; fallen flags; track, gauge, and equipment standards; grand scale vendor offerings; and, compiling an on-line motive power roster.
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Re: 12" working railroad

Post by rkcarguy »

I was able to exchange some emails and data with the doctor of the patient in Japan that also survived SCLS from the vaccine. I didn’t realize how close I was to dying. The amount of IV fluids I was given before I stabilized was equal to about 35% blood loss to internal bleeding.
It’s strange, having been through this and survived it. There is no SCLS survivors group, doctors don’t know how to deal with the after effects because it’s typically fatal. I’m not sure my left hamstring is going to recover, it’s moving but the muscle is very thin and weak. I can walk and I’ve been slowly getting away from needing the cane but I’m pretty hobbly.
I’m still very torn between setting up my 12” gage train here or just building it in the container and take the whole thing with me when I leave WA. Super disgusted that I was mandated to take the vax and have not even one response from any state reps or the federal govt aside from VAERS
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