Thursday, August 05, 2004

The Parts to Make Standard Gauge (Part III)

Any ideas what this is? It is the side to a standard gauge motor. This is right before the motor is punched with a press that makes all of the wholes where those little wound motors you saw in the last post go. Again, new standard gauge before it is ready to roll. This is exactly what a standard gauge manufacturer would have made 80 to 90 years ago. The best things never seem to change.... Posted by Hello

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