C&S Common Standards, 1910: Track and Turnouts

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C&S Common Standards, 1910: Track and Turnouts

Jim Courtney
I posted some of these drawings in Jeff's Stub turnout thread.

Below are all the images I have, rescanned for improved legibility.  All are destined for the "File" section.













Jim Courtney
Poulsbo, WA
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Re: C&S Common Standards, 1910: Track and Turnouts

Chris Walker
I hope that you're not holding out on us with a Buda Switchstand Drawing?
UpSideDownC
in New Zealand
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Doug Heitkamp
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Thanks for posting those Jim!
Doug Heitkamp
Centennial, CO
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John Schapekahm
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Re: C&S Common Standards, 1910: Track and Turnouts

Jim Courtney
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Nope, no Budas at my house.
Jim Courtney
Poulsbo, WA
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Re: C&S Common Standards, 1910: Track and Turnouts

Rick Steele
If you rub their belly, it's good luck.

Rick
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Re: C&S Common Standards, 1910: Track and Turnouts

Keith Hayes
Rick, if I get a Buda, and rub it belly, will layout construction go faster?
Keith Hayes
Leadville in Sn3
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Re: C&S Common Standards, 1910: Track and Turnouts

Robert McFarland
Certain Budas you wouldn't want to rub their belly.Isn't that the brand of motor they used on the older Gleaner combines?