- Hi, I found a danish edition of The Guinness Book of Records published 1967 on one of my shelves last night. In it it says, that Virginia Railway used a fourMessage 1 of 32 , Dec 2, 2000View SourceHi,
I found a danish edition of "The Guinness Book of Records" published
1967 on one of my shelves last night.
In it it says, that Virginia Railway used a four cylinder 2-10-10-2
"compound" loc. in 1918. Wooow!
I don't know what "compound" means. Could mean mallet. This monster -
I guess - couldn't be run without some form of a "hinge"/articulation.
Is there a pic of this - presupposed - beauty somewhere.
Is there a model HO, N, Z or whatever?
regards Ole Rosted, Denmark
- ... Yes this is an actual loco. Can be seen at http://www.railway-technology.com/projects/amtrak/ -- ManfredMessage 32 of 32 , Dec 6, 2000View SourceDieter_Mac_Nolte@... wrote:
>Yes this is an actual loco. Can be seen at
> 'Amtrak Acela', is this a real new development? My information on Amerikan locos
> ends with 1998, sorry. So, any info?