Firing Up And Running The Scale Model Live Steam Locomotive

Ernie Beskowiney put roughly 7 years and 35,000 hours into the outline and development of this faultless 7.5″ gage live steam train. It is almost totally CNC’d out of stainless steel and is somewhat bigger than 1/8 scale.The working weight is 150 PSI and creates around 483lbs of tractive exertion. It has pulled a prepare of 48 individuals without flickering.

Here is Ernie starting up and running the train at the Bitter Creek Western railroad.Many little scale live steamers construct exceedingly nitty gritty trains to keep running behind their locomotives.They fabricate line-side structures to give a more noteworthy sentiment railroad authenticity to their train operations.

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