Post by Prudent_Regret on Nov 12, 2021 18:19:02 GMT
You don't have to overlay it, I'll do it for you. You just have to pick the photograph of a known standard gauge that you think is taken at a similar angle as the picture in the spur. I'll do the overlay for you.
Post by Prudent_Regret on Nov 12, 2021 18:32:48 GMT
Here's another picture of a standard gauge railway from a similar angle:
Look how it perfectly corresponds to the standard-gauge in the reference template:
In comparison to the Treblinka spur:
I am not being biased in picking these photographs. I am choosing the images where the angle appears to be as close as possible to the Treblinka images. I get these results every single time. They are not the same gauge.
Post by Prudent_Regret on Nov 12, 2021 18:42:28 GMT
Do you think the two pictures you took are at the same angle? They are obviously not. We are using a basic angle of someone holding a camera pointed down a railway. It should be easy to find a picture of a standard gauge railway with the same angle that corresponds to the Treblinka spur. But you can't.
Post by Prudent_Regret on Nov 12, 2021 18:44:52 GMT
My point has been made. Unless he is going to show me a single photograph of a standard gauge railway, taken from a similar angle as the Treblinka spur, that corresponds to the Treblinka Spur (which I know he cannot) then I don't accept his counterargument that the angle is different in the images I am using. I have lost count of how many different images I have shown that all show the exact same result, if he can't even provide one then he has no leg to stand on.
Post by Prudent_Regret on Nov 12, 2021 19:08:12 GMT
If you take a picture of a metre-gauge railway and then take half a step to the right and take another picture, it's not going to make a standard gauge railway look like a narrow gauge railway. Those photos have the same angle at the vanishing point, and the difference in angle is not significant enough to impact the analysis. You would have to argue that the picture of the Narrow gauge railway was taken at a significantly lower position than the Treblinka spur, which is obviously not the case. The angle is similar, and if anything the Treblinka spur photograph was taken at a slightly lower height, but not enough to make a major difference.
I will go to the bother of showing you how different the gauges are between those two pictures above.
You are deluding yourself with what you are doing.
Confirm for me once again that you are claiming the gauges are the same for the two pictures I posted in my last post before I go to the trouble of showing how wrong you are - with mathematical details of their compositions - defining their 3-D metrics and then comparing them properly.
Post by Prudent_Regret on Nov 12, 2021 19:13:01 GMT
Please do. I do not know that the other picture is a metre-gauge specifically, and metre gauge comes in 1000mm and 1065mm or something, so these slight nuances won't make much a difference. But please show me how those pictures are obviously different gauges, even though the angle at the vanishing point is very similar.
Post by Prudent_Regret on Nov 12, 2021 19:24:39 GMT
The Sobibor (standard gauge) railway:
All of these photographs have nearly the exact same angle at the vanishing point and they all corresponds with each-other. None of them is even close to corresponding to the images of the Treblinka spur.