What Turntable is This?
#1
http://www.zelmeroz.com/album_rail/qld/bb_3/bb_119.jpg
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#2
Yeerongpilly standard gauge?
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#3
I honestly don't know, and am trying to find out.
As you correctly point out, it may not be 3'6" gauge....
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#4
(24-Jul-2014, 08:50 AM)Sulla Wrote: Yeerongpilly standard gauge?

Could be, but I'm by no means certain. My memory of the area in the days when there were Standard Goods locos around there is fading...
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#5
(24-Jul-2014, 10:15 AM)Graham4405 Wrote:
(24-Jul-2014, 08:50 AM)Sulla Wrote: Yeerongpilly standard gauge?

Could be, but I'm by no means certain. My memory of the area in the days when there were Standard Goods locos around there is fading...

Definitely at Yeerongpilly. :beer2
#6
Agree. Definitely at Yeerongpilly.

This turntable was relocated to Acacia Ridge and converted to dual gauge.
#7
ok, so its a standard Gauge table in the photo?
That's what was throwing us, I assumed 3'6" gauge Undecided
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