The "Atlantic" was built in 1832 at York, Pennsylvania, by Phineas Davis for the Baltimore and Ohio railroad. Locomotives of this type remained in service for sixty years. "Atlantic" locomotives were nicknamed "grasshopper" engines because of the up-and-down motion of their vertical rods.
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Manufacturers and UK distributors of Gauge 1 live steam locomotives.
Web site: www.asterhobbies.co.uk
Manufacturers and US distributors of Gauge 1 live steam locomotives.
Web site: www.asterhobbyusa.com
Manufactures a very full range of track materials from ballast to bullhead rails. His web site give comprehensive details.
Web site: www.cliffbarker.me.uk
David Leech of Delta, British Columbia, Canada, builds Gauge 1 British, European, and North American coaches
and cars to order.Most designs are modelled to 3/8"/foot (1:32 scale), but he will also make some types of coach
in 10mm scale. All his models are delivered painted and ready to run.
Web site: www.user.dccnet.com/d.leech
Coaches, carriages, and cars to both British and North American patterns. Fully finished and ready to run.
Web site: www.wrightwayrollingstock.com
XE.com, full: this is the full calculator able to convert every known traded currency, flexible, but it is often hard to find the combination you need with so many possibilities. Visit: www.xe.com/ucc/full.shtml
XE.com, compact: this is the stripped-down calculator converting only major currencies. Visit: www.xe.com/ucc/
Perhaps a partisan choice of calculator but it does convert 55 major currencies at the nominal noon-time (EST) rate.
Bank of Canada Calculator: www.bankofcanada.ca/en/rates/converter.htm