Full size printed plan SNOW FIGHTING TROLLEY A 1941 PLAN
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THESE ARE REPRODUCTIONS OF A 1941 PLAN
SNOW FIGHTING TROLLEY
One full size printed plan on a sheet 11" x 8 1/2"
Four page article with building notes and photos
(If you are working in a different scale we can do the drawings only in that scale)
O GAUGE TROLLEY
LENGTH 7 1/16”
WIDTH 2 15/16”
By Jeffrey Winslow
Fighting snow is one of the problems which miniature railroads Do not have to face. This does not apply to a outdoor roads, but there are not so many of these.
Anyway, your model very likely will be non-working as far as revolving brushes are concerned. How ever, there are two or three ways in which a "brush," (railway men some' times call them that) can be built. The first and easiest way is to build an ornament or dummy that is to be a non-working model to decorate your car house. Two or three of these stored on a track beside the barn will add much to the realism of the place. The second way to build one would be a model that would run, but would have non-working brushes. The third method, quite obviously, would be one on which the brushes would revolve, too. A complete operating car can be built, but a lot of work will be necessary. Later on, I'll give you a few hints.