Interesting Coupling Mod on that car, must try to find out more on that. I think I know a man to ask.Another view of the scratch built/kit bashed tram on the Whiteleaf Tramway layout at the G Scale Society Solent Local Area Group Exhibition, Wickham, Hampshire, 4.11.2017. The tram body is assembled from sections of no less than four LGB Toytrain 4-wheel coaches.
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Interesting Vids. I well remember my first trip to Austria where we stayed in Linz. The Station had Trams, old iron that had an interesting method of working. There was always a Trailer Car lurking in the Arrival Road. When a Tram arrived with a Trailer it would stop when coupled up the the lurking Trailer. When unloaded the car would propel the lurked Trailer to a Stub Siding then cross the point to the Departure Road, Load up and away leaving a new Trailer Car to lurk for the next service.
Certainly did, have since as well. Visited Austria again in 73 and 1999 both times went up that super little line.
I've never seen pictures of that before
No, I was talking about the monster funicular in the videoThere was something odd about the Postlingberg apart from having Roman Numerals instead of conventional numbers. It is possibly one of the steepest non-Rack adhesions Lines in the World having Max grades of 10.6% and has special Pinzer Brakes to cope. Also the point work in the Depot looks somewhat odd, this may be to do with that braking or that the wheels are double flanges. I cannot remember.
Aha probably on a bit of the Video that I did not get round to viewing. Was this the beast? Actually a very weird sort of Danglebahn. Dosed it in December 2011 before I joined the Steam Railway Tour that year. we went to Rungen, Berlin and Dresden before returning back to Berlin for the Trip. Which went straight to yes you guessed it Dresden!No, I was talking about the monster funicular in the video