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US Rail Plant enthusiasts

Discussion in 'International Heritage Railways/Tramways' started by Ploughman, Dec 16, 2016.

  1. Ploughman

    Ploughman Well-Known Member

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    Just wondering if there are any Railway Plant groups in the USA?
    Things like Tampers, Regulators etc
    Trying to find out information on some 1970s 80s equipment of a similar nature here in the UK but derived from US.
     
  2. The Saggin' Dragon

    The Saggin' Dragon Resident of Nat Pres Staff Member Moderator Friend

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    Might be worth asking here;
    http://www.modeltrainforum.com/index.php
     
  3. Ploughman

    Ploughman Well-Known Member

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    Will take a look but its full size stuff I am looking for.
     
  4. marshall5

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    Hi Bryan, you could try posting a question here:
    http://www.rypn.org/forums/viewforum.php?f=1&sid=f852bb8510999e8c21f5e904bf621777
    Railway Preservation News is one of the more 'sensible' U.S. sites where many of the forum members are actively involved on heritage lines. All the best for the festive season.
    Ray.
     
  5. Ploughman

    Ploughman Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Ray.
    All the best to you and yours.
     
  6. guycarr360

    guycarr360 Well-Known Member

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    Try www.railroad.net it seems a large proportion of railroad employees use it, and might provide a pointer.
     

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