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Date: 01/08/21 20:06
Gauge display
Author: Bob3985

At our Sherman Hill location in the mall one of our members designed a display to demonstrate the various gauges of model railroads.

Bob Krieger
Cheyenne, WY




Date: 01/08/21 20:54
Re: Gauge display
Author: Bob3985

Here is a view showing the display in our window.

Bob Krieger
Cheyenne, WY




Date: 01/08/21 21:12
Re: Gauge display
Author: MojaveBill

Neat!!

Bill Deaver
Mojave, CA



Date: 01/08/21 21:34
Re: Gauge display
Author: atsf121

Very nice!

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Date: 01/09/21 04:39
Re: Gauge display
Author: pilotblue

Nicely Done! Interpretation is everything for the general public. Usually a requirement for grants to historical/preservation projects.Thanks for posting.



Date: 01/09/21 08:16
Re: Gauge display
Author: BAB

Bob he left out 1.5" for some reason, nice display would solve many questions about that on public layouts.



Date: 01/09/21 09:46
Re: Gauge display
Author: Kimball

Nice display of the various SCALES.  



Date: 01/09/21 14:06
Re: Gauge display
Author: SPDRGWfan

Considering the location in a mall, the club is an ambasador of sorts.  So the scale display helps to educate the public on some of the basics.



Date: 01/10/21 04:41
Re: Gauge display
Author: Bob3985

BAB Wrote:
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> Bob he left out 1.5" for some reason, nice display
> would solve many questions about that on public
> layouts.
I think if we added 1.5 we would have stretched the limits of the wire olding te display up in the window. Haha.

Bob Krieger
Cheyenne, WY



Date: 01/10/21 11:02
Re: Gauge display
Author: PHall

If you had included Z scale you would have needed to provide a magnifying glass too!



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