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PostSubject: Re: Tramway in the garden. The 2nd coming.   Tramway in the garden. The 2nd coming. - Page 4 EmptyWed Aug 04, 2010 8:30 am

Be a man Troy. So pack your thing up and move out!
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Carl Hibbs wrote:
I really do actually need a tramway in the garden.

We have a log fire and the wood is 60+ metres away.

So this year it is a must. I've even convinced my wife......

"It's your turn to go and get some wood for the fire dear as we've run out up here."
Dark, cold and very wet outside with wild animals roaming....hehe.Twisted Evil

I just need about 400€ to buy the (decent) track.

If I can find wheels then I can make a chassis.

Carl, a friend of a friend in the US had the same problem, so he too built a railway.

http://www.srclry.com/

I visited it in 2002 or 3, was very impressive then!

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Impressive Shocked
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Fantastic railroad.... 6000 feet of track in 29 acres.

I imagine it cost a bit more than 400 euros though. Neutral
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Location : Tennessee, USA

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Ah, I would at least add three or so zeros behind that figure Carl. But it is a very impressive railway to visit. I had a ride over it in the nice passenger car.

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