model locomotive dimensions index?
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Sun Jan 4 10:23:28 EST 2009
Don't know of any list, but can tell you right now that such a chassis will
be hard to find. Jim Nichols
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> I'm posting this to any group of which I am a member, and which I think
> might have someone out there who would know the answer, so please forgive
> any multiple posts you may receive.
> There is an online index of 45mm gauge locomotive chassis, listing wheel
> diameter, spacing, wheelbase, photos, and any pertinent information about
> almost all the commonly available models, at least here in the US. It can
> be found at
> Is there anything comparable for any of the smaller scales? I'm
> especially interested in HO for my own purposes. The reason I ask is that
> last night I found myself wondering if there might be a commercially
> available chassis suitable for an N&W class M, with 56" drivers. It turns
> out that it's rather hard to find out for sure. I did find that Bowser
> makes a 56" driver, but only in an 0-6-0 chassis. It would sure be nice if
> I could simply scan a list of available locomotives, looking for one that
> would fit my needs.
> So how about it? Anybody ever heard of anything that would fit the bill?
> Kenneth Rickman - krickman1 at carolina.rr.com
> Salisbury, NC
> If at first you don't succeed, use a bigger hammer!
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