Re: Pacific Electric relief map
Author: Graham Buxton
Date: 04-20-2017 - 05:30

Nussel Snouts Wrote:
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> Continuous crossing at South Gate California

Thanks for posting that 'continuous crossing' photo with the rotating inserts. I don't believe that I have ever seen such a system before, and didn't realize that they ever existed.


An unusual continuous diamond style that is a relatively recent style is the "Flange Bearing Diamond" that has a high speed direction, with the other direction being a low speed. The high speed is continuous, but the low speed has a gap in the normal bearing surface where the wheel flange rides on the top surface of the continuous rail of the high speed direction. An example linked from RRPictureArchives.net:
[www.rrpicturearchives.net]

http://s3.amazonaws.com/rrpa_photos/28274/080416015.jpg
080416015 Illustration of "Flange Bearing Diamond" in action at BNSF Park Junction, Saint Paul MN
[www.rrpicturearchives.net]



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  Pacific Electric relief map Nussel Snouts 04-20-2017 - 00:28
  Re: Pacific Electric relief map Graham Buxton 04-20-2017 - 05:30
  Re: Pacific Electric relief map Nussel Snouts 04-20-2017 - 14:07
  Re: Pacific Electric relief map Joe Magruder 04-20-2017 - 06:51
  Re: Pacific Electric relief map Berg 04-20-2017 - 07:51
  Re: Pacific Electric relief map Berg 04-20-2017 - 08:00
  Re: Pacific Electric relief map New Felton 04-21-2017 - 13:33
  Re: Pacific Electric relief map mook 04-21-2017 - 17:27


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