Treblinka II Narrow-Gauge Rail. Nov 12, 2021 17:52:20 GMT
Post by blake121666 on Nov 12, 2021 17:52:20 GMT
I am claiming that this 1944 photograph of the Treblinka spur shows a metre-gauge railway that could not have been used for transportation of fully-loaded, standard gauge rolling stock. You are welcome to take the position that this picture does not depict the actual Spur, and it's been replaced. But if you are going to claim that it is standard gauge, which I've shown is false, then I'm going to repeat my request for you to find an image of a standard gauge railway that corresponds to the picture of the Treblinka spur in the road:
Again- if you want to say that the railways in these pictures are not the Spur that serviced T-II, you are welcome to make that argument and it's a separate discussion. But if you are going to claim that the railway is a standard gauge, I am asking you to provide an image of a standard gauge from a similar angle so we can test your hypothesis. I have already done it, but I'll let you pick the photographs so I cannot be accused of choosing biased images.
If you disagree with that conclusion, you must find a photograph of a known standard gauge railway that you believe is from a more similar angle than the comparisons I have used. If you find a photograph you want to compare, I will even do the analysis for you. I know for a fact that you will not be able to find a photograph of a standard gauge railway that is from the same perspective that has the same angle at the vanishing point as this picture of the Treblinka spur in embedded in the road. But that is what you must do if you are insisting that the Treblinka spur is a standard-gauge railway like the Malkinia line, and this result I've presented is a consequence of the fact that the perspective is different, which it is not.
I have presented multiple images of metre and standard gauge railways from similar perspectives and every single result supports my conclusion.
I have shown you that the gauges were identical. You have NOT shown otherwise. You are mixing up 2 different pictures. With different perspectives and different horizon angles. Because of the perspective.