- ... I just looked at your three pics and I don t see the touching The inside edge of the guard rail looks untouched to me. I can see the darker color insteadMessage 1 of 66 , Sep 1, 2007View Source
> NOTE THERE IS NO GREASE, JUST CONTINUOUS AND NOW FRESH WEAR MARKS ONI just looked at your three pics and I don't see the "touching"
> EVEN THE STRAIGHT GUARD RAIL.
The inside edge of the guard rail looks untouched to me.
I can see the darker color instead of shine from wear.
It also looks like irregular surface and it should be smooth
like the top of the rail if it's being rubbed at all.
I'm just not seeing what your seeing in these pictures.
- Now that s a lot of useful prototype stuff I didn t know. AndyMessage 66 of 66 , Sep 4, 2007View SourceNow that's a lot of useful prototype stuff I didn't know.
John Stutz wrote:
> They do work. I have crossed a number of bridges where the ties clearly
> showed the scars from passage of derailed car wheel flanges. This is
> especially clear where an open trestle deck is protected with galvanized
> steel sheets, after the scars have had a season to turn rusty.