Voie Libre n°75 oct/nov/déc 2013
Voie Libre n°75 oct/nov/déc 2013
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  • Parution : n°75 de oct/nov/déc 2013

  • Périodicité : trimestriel

  • Editeur : LR Presse

  • Format : (210 x 285) mm

  • Nombre de pages : 82

  • Taille du fichier PDF : 118 Mo

  • Dans ce numéro : Riffelalp, un tramway vers les sommets (H09).

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040 T de guerre type KDL 11 construite par la Franco-Belge à Raismes (1944-1946), série 4-10 à 4-15 sur le TPT Échelle 1/43,5. Dessin Éric Fresné. Egger-Bahn. Locomotive électrique, projet de 1964 non retenu. Sans échelle. Collection A. Schoenfeld.
GRAPHIC DESIGN : CLOTILDE CLERVOY Coming soon* in Voie Libre n°76 to be published in january 2014 H0m layout• Munster station on the Furka Oberalp line (1)• Binic, a Breton terminus. 009 layout• Kendal : a charm-packed mini-layout ! (2) Feature• The autumn shows, and there are many ! How to• A De Dion NC railcar, all in shapely curves ! Scener y• Building a dilapidated house- new ! (3) Layout pr oject• A terminus on the CdN.• And as usual, our free supplement : the plan folder. (*) subject to changes Page 3 : Editorial Egger-Bahn and narrow gauge The Egger-Bahn brand was born 50 years ago. One brand among others for railway enthusiasts, might you say… Yes, but a very special brand all the same. Very special, because it revealed the very notion of narrow gauge to many modellers. True – and Denis Fournier Le Ray reminds us of it – there were a few narrow gauge scale productions in the pre-Egger days. But there were very few and very far between. With Egger-Bahn, narrow gauge broke into the railway modelling community at large and promoted a different kind of miniature railway. Voie Libre is the direct descendant of this difference. And four times a year, Voie Libre keeps it alive and well ! So, many thanks to Theodor Egger and his brothers ! And many thanks to Wolfram Ziegler ! • François Fontana Catchup with us on Facebook. Keep in touch all the year round with sur blog.voielibre.com Table of contents What’s New WD Models side tipper wagons in 009 Pasadena, a « narrow gauge convention » SM32, a wagon kit from Slater’s 0 16.5 layout Up North, sugar beet country. A very French sugar beet railway History Branch lines in the Beauce. Chasing a sugar beet train on TPT in October 1964 Technique Body shop for the Atlas Billard A 80D Under the magnifying glass 0n 18/09 small diesel for narrow gauge. The Backwoods Miniatures kit Egger-Bahn jubilee dossier The narrow gauge modelling scene pre-1964 The large 1965 demonstration layout Recognizing the driving mechanisms to collect them H09/H012 layout Riffelalp, trains to the mountain top Discovery On the Baltic coats, a 75 cm gauge railway in Poland 0 layout A Corrèze dream in standard and meter gauge. Gilles Gairal’s new layout. Central folder KDL 11 type wartime 0-8-0 T. Built by Franco-Belge at Raismes (1944- 1946), 4-10 to 4-15 series on the TPT. Sugar beet van DK 51 to 60 series built by the TPT. Open wagon on U.K. Clayton bogies L257 to 260 series, built by the TPT. Pershing open wagon modified by Pithiviers sugar mill. Brissonneau et Lotz BL railcar, Anjou type. Egger-Bahn electric locomotive project. PAGE 4 : What’s new H09 Liliput : a six-wheeler postal van Liliput continues to extend its range of six-wheeler stock with a F 3 ho/s 8500 postal van corresponding to periods III and IV. The central axle is fitted with a system providing lateral movement, to facilitate the handling of curves. Jacques Royan 1 N°75 - Oct- Nov - December 2013 http://www.voielibre.com• E-mail : info@voielibre.com Liliput 1/87 scale for 9 mm gauge track Ref. 344405 Price observed : between 31 and 41 euros Book Histoire du chemin de fer à crémaillèr e Aix-les-Bains/Le Revar d Our contributor François Fouger has drawnup a second and expanded edition of his reference book about the rack railway that used to link Aix-les- Bains to the Revard summit. From the construction project to reconstruction plans, using archive material, testimonials and 370 illustrations, photos, plans and drawings, this book tells the full story of the railway – a railway that was the very first mountain rack line built in France, in 1892. The book is divided into six parts : 1864-1892 (construction by the Swiss), 1892-1908 (first seasons of summer operations), 1908-1923 (first seasons of winter operations), 1924-1937 (the PLM era). Nowadays : evocation, conservation and projects. The sixth part, entitled « Les cahiers du modéliste », brings together all the plans as wellas a few photographs of the author’s layouts. This book is a must for all railway enthusiasts, for all mountain fans, for historians… In other words, a book for everyone ! François Fontana François Fouger. Published by Oriade SarlItalian format 22x27 cm 208 pages, colour Hardbound. Available from the LR PRESSE shop and on www.lrmodelisme.com 39 euros H09 Bemo : a BoBo diesel locomotive The Romanian-built Faur diesel locomotives, of the BoBo L 45H type from the Weisseritztalbahn, are currently being used between Freital-Hainsberg and Kurort Kipsdorf for the reconstruction of the line following the Elbe floods. Locomotives of the same class, but in meter gauge, were in charge of work trains on the Corsican railways. They are currently stored at St-Varent on the premises of the Colas Rail company. The Bemo model works beautifully, and is supplied with axles for both 9 and 12 mm gauges. A standardized 18-pin socket is fitted to the engine and accommodation for a loud-speaker is foreseen. The model can handle 300 mm radius curves. Jacques Royan Bemo. 1/87, 12 and 9 mm gauge track. ref. 1020 874. Analogue, pre-fitted for digital Accommodation for a loud-speaker. Price observed : 250 euros H09 Roco : a new liver y for a Mariazell 0-8-2 Roco has released a limited edition of 600 units of its semi-articulated 0-8-2 in H09, in a new livery. This livery corresponds to an engine built in 1908 by Krauss at Linz for the Mariazell line, and transfered to the Gmünd lines, near the Czech border, in early 1970 where this specific green livery was applied in 1979. Once back on the Mariazell line in 1987, it was repainted in the « historic » black livery and given Mh 6 markings, as was the case when it was put into service. Jacques Royan Roco. 1/87 scale 9 mm gauge track. Analogue. Ref. 33265 Price observed : between 280 et 350 euros PAGE 5 H0n3 Blackstone Pr o Traxx : track Manufactured in accordance with the principle of the Kato Uni-Joiner track, this 3 foot gauge American ballasted track is distributed by Blackstone under the brand Pro Traxx. The rail used is code 70, and the ballast features the Snap-Track system facilitating the assembly of the elements and electrical contact. The set contains what’s needed to assemble an oval of 1453 x 997 mm with 16 curved elements (480 mm radius) and four straight elements 228 mm long. I do have one reservation : this type of ballasting is not very representative of American 3 foot gauge track, prototypically lighter and far less regular ! Jacques Royan Blackstone. Pro Traxx track Code 70, integrated ballast with Snap-Track system. Ref. set B500900 Prix observed : 89.95 US$ 009 H09 Peco : wagons The British manufacturer has released some small wagons, an open one and a van, from the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway, in three different versions : one in original markings, one in Southern Railway SW markings and one undecorated. The models are made out of injected plastic, to a very high standard. They are fitted with Pecoplastic axles and removable loop couplings, which can Translation : Geoffrey Nickson



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