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Offline Alsterstreek  
#1 Posted : 03 December 2015 10:34:30(UTC)
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A Classic British Rail Design Manual Is Making a Triumphant Return - One enthusiast hopes to track down the final missing pages of the U.K.’s iconic national train service guide before releasing it as a book:

http://www.citylab.com/d...40/?utm_source=SFTwitter

Edited by user 14 December 2015 17:20:57(UTC)  | Reason: Allowing thread to be "recycled"

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#2 Posted : 04 December 2015 05:10:06(UTC)
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Design and railways could be and is a huge area of discussion.
Trains are all about aesthetics married to functionality.

Thanks for posting that AK. I'd love to see the volumes when he publishes them.
But only if he finds the other missing two percent! Wink

- M5
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Offline Alsterstreek  
#3 Posted : 14 December 2015 12:03:03(UTC)
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The Satpura narrow-gauge network used to be the longest of its kind in India, stretching more than 1,000km (620 miles). But it is now facing closure.

http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-34910942
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#4 Posted : 11 February 2016 16:04:30(UTC)
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#5 Posted : 11 February 2016 18:59:02(UTC)
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AK, you surely win the prize for research of the most obscure MMR info.
We MMR enthusiasts have an alternative reality, and its not all that bad. Wink

Perhaps I should hire you to do my research on the Deutsch-Ostafrika railways and history.
Looking for a source that says the Germans dumped their locomotives in the valleys so the Brits could not get them as war booty after WW1.
I am not sure if the echo of memory is correct or the idea that they blew up bridges.
And any other details of its history. Found a few things on the net, but nothing very comprehensive.
- Mark
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#6 Posted : 15 September 2016 16:12:35(UTC)
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For years a homeless man, "Eisenbahn-Reiner", had a battery-powered small scale railroad with him when begging for money in downtown Frankfurt (Main). The recent decision of the municipal public order office to take away his toys caused public indignation. Source: http://hessenschau.de/pa...isenbahn-reiner-102.html

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#7 Posted : 15 September 2016 19:16:49(UTC)
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Thanks, AK. That's a sad story about that homeless man. That is probably the only pleasure that he finds in his life. Why isn't he being helped

like the newcomers are? He should have a place to live. Peter Unsure
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Offline Alsterstreek  
#8 Posted : 15 September 2016 20:08:55(UTC)
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In the meantime the toys were returned to "Eisenbahn-Reiner", but he may not display them at his pitch in a downtown pedestrian zone without special use permit. City officials stated they are prepared to assist him in obtaining such a permit.
Source: http://rtlnext.rtl.de/cm...eug-zurueck-4008187.html
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#9 Posted : 10 November 2016 14:50:58(UTC)
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Derailed train car hits a trackside tavern named 'DeRailed' in Iowa.
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Luckily, no injuries, damage estimated at $10,000.
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http://kscj.com/2016/08/...a-tavern-named-derailed/
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#10 Posted : 18 December 2016 22:56:06(UTC)
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I am filing this here. A charming animated film based on the children´s book "The Little Train" by Graham Greene.

Summary (courtesy of Amazon) since the film is in German :
Early one morning the little train wakes up in his home town, Little Snoreing, and decides to go on an adventure. He chugs and puffs his way through villages, past castles and over bridges. But soon he gets tired, and the big city is a bit scary. There's only one thing for it; he'll have to head back!

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#11 Posted : 19 December 2016 04:30:26(UTC)
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Thank you Alsterstreek . I hadn't seen this since I was 7 years old and it brought back a lot of great memory's.

Robert
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#12 Posted : 21 February 2017 16:13:36(UTC)
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China to London rail freight service launched:
http://www.railwaygazett...ht-service-launched.html

World’s longest railway: New Yixinou train connects China’s Zhejiang Province to Madrid, Spain
https://en.wikipedia.org...80%93Madrid_railway_line


China, Russia mull high-speed Moscow-Beijing rail line:
https://defence.pk/threa...ail-line-reports.339441/
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#13 Posted : 12 March 2017 13:02:16(UTC)
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Vintage Maerklin TV commercial.
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Offline Jabez  
#14 Posted : 13 March 2017 23:27:42(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Alsterstreek Go to Quoted Post
A charming animated film based on the children´s book "The Little Train" by Graham Greene.


A nice treatment of trains (although only a minor sub-theme) in an animated movie is in Sylvain Chomet's superb Les Triplettes de Belleville.




The little boy gets a puppy for Xmas and when he is playing with his electric train the train runs over the puppy's tail which is lying across the track. This engenders a hatred of trains in the dog, and later when an express train line is laid past their bedroom window it rushes upstairs to bark furiously at every train which passes. This becomes a running joke in the movie, but the award-winning cartoon is very much worth watching for other reasons. If you haven't seen it, you should, and you can find it all over the place on the Net including Torrent sites like Kick-Ass.

Edited by moderator 14 March 2017 09:48:21(UTC)  | Reason: Added link to movie - Mod (quirky!)

I heard that lonesome whistle blow. Hank Williams
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Offline Alsterstreek  
#15 Posted : 07 April 2017 19:11:48(UTC)
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Great 1916 steam train action.
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#16 Posted : 12 June 2017 19:16:04(UTC)
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A German lady, a trained Deutsche Bundesbahn engineer, is running a "single-woman enterprise" hauling trains on DB tracks with two vintage E94 locos:



https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rail_4U

https://www.rail4u.eu/
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#17 Posted : 13 June 2017 09:38:56(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Alsterstreek Go to Quoted Post
A German lady, a trained Deutsche Bundesbahn engineer, is running a "single-woman enterprise" hauling trains on DB tracks with two vintage E94 locos:



Hello Ak,

Thanks for posting the video, I enjoyed it very much!

I do like the old 194's

Regards,

Philip


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Offline Alsterstreek  
#18 Posted : 14 July 2017 11:20:49(UTC)
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For my humble being this sounds obscure:

German economy picking up, but DB Cargo cannot keep up with the pace: Upon customer complaints, it was decided to review the current restructuring process. Deutsche Bahn has agreed to purchase 100 freight locomotives from Munich-based Siemens. An order for 4,000 freight cars is in the making. DB Cargo workforce is to be increased by several hundred people (But then the same article states that the originally planned cut of 2,000 of the existing 18,000 staff has been reduced to 500...). Further the federal government has decided to lower rail network usage fees to foster rail-based freight transport.

http://www.tagesschau.de/wirtschaft/bahn-419.html
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#19 Posted : 15 July 2017 20:48:28(UTC)
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Remarkable: The revolting H0 scale platform.

An alternative to Faller 120200?
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#20 Posted : 16 July 2017 00:03:24(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Alsterstreek Go to Quoted Post
Remarkable: The revolting H0 scale platform.
...
An alternative to Faller 120200?


Now there is an idea, easily implemented with a servo too.

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#21 Posted : 20 July 2017 03:11:55(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Alsterstreek Go to Quoted Post
Remarkable: The revolting H0 scale platform.


Yes it would make me pretty sick too, getting spun upside down like that;)
modelling 1954 Germany (era IIIa)
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#22 Posted : 20 July 2017 18:20:38(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: applor Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: Alsterstreek Go to Quoted Post
Remarkable: The revolting H0 scale platform.


Yes it would make me pretty sick too, getting spun upside down like that;)


Australasians are used to it ... Laugh Laugh Laugh Laugh Laugh
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#23 Posted : 07 September 2017 21:42:34(UTC)
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"Why the hell didn’t Colorado build this giant naked man to guard the Moffat Tunnel?"

Screen-Shot-2017-03-14-at-11.32.19-AM.jpg
Robert Garrison’s 1923 vision for the Moffat Tunnel entrance. (Denver Public Library)

https://www.denverite.co...ard-moffat-tunnel-31636/
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#24 Posted : 24 May 2018 12:43:26(UTC)
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Märklin Model Railway Layout for the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure of Baden-Württemberg (2015)
151125_MIN_M%C3%A4rkling_Anlage__21__700x360.jpg

Translation courtesy of Google Translate:


"Model landscape represents the topics and tasks of the ministry

Minister of Transport Winfried Hermann took part in the handover of a Märklin Model Railway to the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure on 25th November. The system was handed over by Märklin Managing Director Florian Sieber and installed in the publicly accessible entrance area for representation purposes.

"The model illustrates on a small scale what the Ministry of Transport is moving on a large scale. In addition to trains and railways, these are also roads with cars and buses as well as a construction site, buildings, cyclists and pedestrians, electric charging stations, wind turbines, wild animal bridges and a loading facility for intermodal freight - a so-called combined freight terminal - in the inland port. I would like to thank the traditional company Märklin, which has implemented the tasks of the ministry in such detail, "said Minister Hermann. Florian Sieber added: "It was a pleasure to implement this project for the Ministry of Transport. Modeling on a small scale illustrates the complexity, but also the versatility of transport policy. "

For the 4 meters by 1.40 meters large model system, 30 meters of track were laid with 10 switches on which a total of 4 trains are traveling 10 meters of road were installed for cars, buses and wheels. Charging stations for electric vehicles, wind turbines, photovoltaic systems and a terminal for intermodal transport stand for sustainable mobility.

Märklin has been producing model trains for 150 years. The company includes new railway models in its program as well as technical innovations. It took two months to adapt an existing layout for the Ministry. It is permanently in the possession of the Ministry of Transport."

https://vm.baden-wuertte...rkehr-und-infrastruktur/

Edited by user 25 May 2018 10:47:18(UTC)  | Reason: Replaced 2x "modular" with "intermodal".

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Offline Alsterstreek  
#25 Posted : 14 August 2018 15:43:24(UTC)
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No comment.
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#26 Posted : 06 April 2019 13:04:08(UTC)
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Normally, I am not into train wrecks, but this 1970 incident involving a freight train running - or rather escaping - without motive power from Aachen West (Germany) to Montzen (Belgium) is a noteworthy exception. In Aachen-West, the pushing helper locomotives (2x class 50 steamers) attached to the rear of a wrong freight train, which had no motive power in front yet. Upon a whistle signal from somewhere else, the helpers let their muscles play and pushed the train up to the top of the hill, where the pushers let go so that the train finds its way alone to Montzen. And it did, thundering downhill for 12 km, reaching a speed of more than 80 km/h. Across the border in Montzen yard, staff routed the train off the main line onto a stub track, where the trip ended. Luckily nobody was injured. Amongst other things, several brand new Alfa Romeo cars were destroyed.
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German 1970 newspaper article:
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Source: https://www.drehscheibe-...php?017,7250454,page=all
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#27 Posted : 06 April 2019 14:18:37(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Alsterstreek Go to Quoted Post
Normally, I am not into train wrecks, but this 1970 incident involving a freight train running - or rather escaping - without motive power from Aachen West (Germany) to Montzen (Belgium) is a noteworthy exception. In Aachen-West, the pushing helper locomotives (2x class 50 steamers) attached to the rear of a wrong freight train, which had no motive power in front yet. Upon a whistle signal from somewhere else, the helpers let their muscles play and pushed the train up to the top of the hill, where the pushers let go so that the train finds its way alone to Montzen. And it did, thundering downhill for 12 km, reaching a speed of more than 80 km/h. Across the border in Montzen yard, staff routed the train off the main line onto a stub track, where the trip ended. Luckily nobody was injured. Amongst other things, several brand new Alfa Romeo cars were destroyed.


Good Grief. That would take some explaining away. At that time would the train have been fully air braked? If so why were the brakes not on, waiting for a loco to attach and pump the brakes up? Not only that but why were the points set for this train to exit the yard instead of the correct one?

I guess the train they were expecting to push would have been a very long and heavy one if there were TWO Br50s to provide helper service.
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#28 Posted : 27 October 2020 17:29:16(UTC)
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We are railing: Britain embraces the joys of the humble train set.

https://www.theguardian....-of-the-humble-train-set
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#29 Posted : 28 October 2020 16:15:39(UTC)
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We are railing: Britain embraces the joys of the humble train set.

https://www.theguardian....-of-the-humble-train-set


They mention Rod Stewart and his layout. Apparently he is bringing his layout to the UK from LA. Seems he is setting up to live in the UK more permanently now his wife has taken up a permanent position as a Special Constable.

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#30 Posted : 12 May 2021 11:16:27(UTC)
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Railroad Cafe in Lisbon, Portugal.

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#31 Posted : 12 May 2021 13:14:20(UTC)
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They need a bigger lok for the amount of beer I drink!

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#32 Posted : 12 May 2021 16:00:40(UTC)
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A burger restaurant here had a G scale train around the base of the cieling. Baggar Dave's.
I hope someone forwarded the pic of the homeless man to Minatur Wunderland. Perhaps they could have hired him, even for a janitor. He wasn't always down on his luck you can tell.
Many homelss here do have jobs. They just don't make enough to afford housing. They rely on shelters and soup kitchens. Meanwhile, the top wealthy are flush with cashola. I'm sure many are charitable. We had to scale back our donations after the tax refund deficit in 2018 which returns more to the wealtiest.
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#33 Posted : 19 May 2021 19:29:58(UTC)
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From about 1972 to about 1975, there was an operational peculiarity between Frankfurt/Main central station and Grävenwiesbach: The train set of the D 257 express train from Paris-E[a]st usually continued as a local train to Grävenwiesbach, hauled by a class 216 diesel locomotive.

The "French train" came from Paris (Gare de l`Est) as D 257 and ran from 1972/73 to 1974/75, initially as N 2530 local train, later as N 7626 to Grävenwiesbach. After arriving in Grävenwiesbach, it went back to Bad Homburg (as N 2527 or N 7541) and from there as an empty passenger train (Lr 34421) to Frankfurt. After an overnight stay, the set ran back to Paris (Gare de l`Est).

N 7626 composition:

Mon-Wed:
Bm (DB), Bm (DB), Am (SNCF), Bm (SNCF), Bm (SNCF), Ds (SNCF)

Thu-Fri:
Am (SNCF), Bm (SNCF), Bm (SNCF), Bm (SNCF), Bm (SNCF), Ds (SNCF)

Bm = 2nd class coach
Am = 1st class coach
Ds = baggage car

Source (with images): http://www.weiltalbahn.d..._-_1990/D_257/d_257.html
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#34 Posted : 20 May 2021 22:37:15(UTC)
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The aforementioned French express train coaches in German commuter service near Frankfurt.
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On the single track branch line
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French window sashes.
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#35 Posted : 19 July 2021 17:22:02(UTC)
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Firefighter trains - does Maerklin get it right?

1) UP (2021):
a) Firefighters assigned to the Union Pacific Fire Train protect the tracks and hinder the Dixie Fire from crossing the North Fork of the Feather River in Plumas National Forest, California, U.S., July 17, 2021
https://www.reuters.com/...us-wildfires-2021-07-19/
b) Union Pacific’s Fire Car Fleet Provided Critical Assist in Lava Fire
https://www.up.com/about.../lava-fire-7-12-2021.htm

2) BNSF (2019):
https://www.bnsf.com/new...k/safety/fire-train.html

3) Maerklin
a) 2019-2021:
https://www.maerklin.de/...s/details/article/29340/
b) 2015-2019:
https://www.maerklin.de/...s/details/article/29752/
c) 2004-2005:
https://www.maerklin.de/...le/29751/136/?no_cache=1
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#36 Posted : 26 July 2021 18:39:17(UTC)
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Firefighter trains - does Maerklin get it right?

1) UP (2021):
a) Firefighters assigned to the Union Pacific Fire Train protect the tracks and hinder the Dixie Fire from crossing the North Fork of the Feather River in Plumas National Forest, California, U.S., July 17, 2021
https://www.reuters.com/...us-wildfires-2021-07-19/
b) Union Pacific’s Fire Car Fleet Provided Critical Assist in Lava Fire
https://www.up.com/about.../lava-fire-7-12-2021.htm

That was one of my favorite trout fishing holes!!!! A very little known place for quality rainbow trout, natural, not a stocked farm pond.!!
Been hiking in to that area for over 50 years, fished very little, but getting harder, since more fires in the area and less snow,(for spring run 0ff) in the past 20-25 years. Still a old favirite as long as the legs hold out, cheers

Regards, gene




2) BNSF (2019):
https://www.bnsf.com/new...k/safety/fire-train.html

3) Maerklin
a) 2019-2021:
https://www.maerklin.de/...s/details/article/29340/
b) 2015-2019:
https://www.maerklin.de/...s/details/article/29752/
c) 2004-2005:
https://www.maerklin.de/...le/29751/136/?no_cache=1


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