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The first instalment about Iran's Railways was about a narrow gauge line near Tehran.
This is the next installment covering the Railways of Iran and covers the period up to the end of the Second World War. ....
'All Cars Stop Here 請在此站停車'Hong Kong Tramways micro layoutOO scale 738mm x 207mmwww.hongkongtramlayout.webs.com
This microlayout has now grown up from a workbench project to a fully fledged layout, so all future postings will be here.
Thank You for the compliment!
Yes I have the HKT beer mat which will be put in front of the layout when (if ever) it gets exhibited.
Operation is basic but it needs synchronisation! I'm using a Gaugemaster D dual controller with one car running end to end call at the tram stop, and the other car running non-stop. Both cars start and finish at opposite ends of the board and must run at the same speed so they pass each other at the mid point.
Yes it is 8 inches shorter than its predecessor, but I don't get backache with it!!
This is the first of what I hope will be a few articles about the Railways of Iran. It focusses on the first line built between Tehran and Rey and operating from 1888 to around 1960-61.