Thanks for the info!
I'm well aware of the importance of having a loading gauge. The reason I said "even have a loading gauge" is because I didn't know if the Talyllyn...
Does the Talyllyn Railway even have an official loading gauge? If not, what's their tallest and widest piece of rail equipment (if anyone knows)?
Ah, I see.
That could be. They may use a flexible tube cleaner.
That makes makes sense. (Now it seems obvious.)
I would imagine that opening the doors would make a heck of a lot of difference for the crew. I...
What are the doors on the back of the cab for? Is there not...
I know that the Kerr Stuart Wren locomotives were built with one feedwater pump and one feedwater injector. I can see how a pump would be useful...
What seems to be commonly used on narrow gauge steam locomotives, feedwater pumps or injectors?
160 would seem about right. Although I wouldn't be surprised if it was 180 or even somewhere close to 200. But that's just me.
Ah, I see! Thank you, very much! I could never figure out what it was for, and it was bothering me.
Alright, thank you.
I assume the weight is in long tons, and the water capacity is in Imperial gallons and not US gallons?
I'm not 100% sure if this is the proper place to ask (but seeing as how the Talyllyn has a gauge "greater than 15" and below standard gauge", then...
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