- 21 Nov 2013
Have to agree with Mike, old school.
Ok, your on but you have to pay for the components. Maybe take the guts out of a Nixie Watch that all the steam punks find indispensable....I challenge you to try a nixie tube display for the voltmeter.
Maybe a cheaper alternative, as a startOk, your on but you have to pay for the components. Maybe take the guts out of a Nixie Watch that all the steam punks find indispensable....
yep.. the big brushes for freshly fallen snow seem popular...No.72 - as an expert for trams - I found a picture on berlin-straba.de - can you tell me how this snow removal vehicle might work (big brush?)
Got to ask - did you name the carriage after Yarloop, the town in Western Australia? It got ravaged by a bush fire and the best example of a preserved railway maintenance site was destroyed - a travesty!After numerous false starts and delays my steam tram is starting to come together after the refurb.
Its a real rats nest inside at this stage but that will all soon be tidied up with countless micro ties The photo of underneath shows the tubes to take the steam to the cylinders and you can also see the wire running to the isolation switch to turn off the electronics if it needs charging during periods of non use.
Passengers are sitting in the trailer with growing anticipation that they will soon be hooked up and off on their way home. This could happen as early as this weekend but don't let on they have that long to wait.
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