6 wheel trucks
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Fri Nov 23 10:21:40 EST 2018
Yep. That's him. Class H-15, not H-13.
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Sent: Friday, November 23, 2018 8:32 AM
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Subject: Re: 6 wheel trucks
N&W built a one of a kind experimental hopper:
Perhaps that is what you were thinking of. I found no reference to an
article in the index search, however, I believe that Andrew Dow covered it
in his book.
Regarding the 3-D printing, there is truly some excellent work being done on
those type of things. In going to shows in the last year, I saw some
beautiful work done on ET&WNC cars, and wondered the same thing. It takes
someone to develop the drawings for such, which has to be a labor of love
for someone to do.
Since this is closer to a modeling subject, I am also copying it to the
> On Nov 23, 2018, at 3:48 AM, NW Mailing List <nw-mailing-list at nwhs.org>
> Recent discussions with a friend on the VGN battleship gondola brought to
> memory of a 6 wheel hopper I thought was VGN, but could also be N&W.
> There were either photos or drawings in the ARROW, which I have gone
> through and found the VGN car, but not the style I am remembering.
> A friend of mine had his father cut the shape out of wood some years ago.
> I got 6 wheel trucks for them, but never finished them.
> Does anyone know or remember these cars, and where the drawing/photo was?
> I know with all the talk of the manufacturers closing down, and really
> putting the squeeze on available models, has anyone considered 3D
> I have quite a few hoppers, excavators, front end loaders ect that were 3D
> printed. I know they are not perfect and need extra attention, but after
> putting micro-train trucks under them, they look quite nice and work fine.
> 3D printing could offer unlimited items to manufacture, that otherwise
> would never be made except for scratch building.
> PS in the March/April 2006 issue of the ARROW, mine came with 2 front
> covers, so if your issue is missing its front cover, I have it.
> Jeff Wood
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