Updated hinged lift gate with 2nd deck

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NYC_George

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A few members wanted to see how it worked with the added 2nd deck. You duck under the 2nd deck and lift the gate. There's about a 2 inch side clearance between the gate and the 2nd deck. The sky in the background doesn't look as bad as it is in this photo. I guess I had the camera lights pointed the wrong way.

NYC_George

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NYC_George

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Aflack

Very nice sir!! have you forgotten to duck yet?:rolleyes:

Ken.
I'm afraid so. More than I can count. I once cut a coal train there moved the engines and than lifted the gate with one of the coal cars still on the gate. I'll have to fix that coal car some day.

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RexHea

RAIL BENDER
George, that is one of the best designed gates I've seen. I'm like Josh and would like to see more of your layout.
 




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