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  • by Greg Elmassian 59 minutes ago
    Yes, you can post with nothing to add.
    And you can be thanked for posts that are really nothing.
     
    On the other hand, you c...  more
  • by Andy Clarke 3 hours ago
    If speeds are kept slow, I don't think that "'clotheslining"" is a significant factor..  Have had trains of 40-45 cars bein...  more
  • by Andy Clarke 3 hours ago
    Joe Zullo said:
    I just can not figure out how just you and Jane accomplished ALL this by yourselves. It's mind boggling!
    Joe, w...  more
  • by " Rooster " 4 hours ago
    The year of the acorn ? Do locusts follow 7 yrs from now?
  • by " Rooster " 4 hours ago
    Lou Luczu said:
    Pete, you have to remember that to make "Brunswick Green" they mixed one gallon of green to one million gallons ...  more
  • by Daniel Collins 4 hours ago
    I worked on track. I'll stack wood tomorrow. Tonight, I'm taking the wife out for her birthday.
  • by Mike Wlez 5 hours ago
    Very nice Ray, you're a poet as well as an artist!
  • by David Maynard 6 hours ago
    Actually the P&CS had 2 inclines. The "front" incline (pictured) carried loaded cars from to top of Mount Washington down to...  more
  • by Greg Elmassian 8 hours ago
    I get the track in the approximate spot with wood blocks or whatever... then drop ballast in a few spots and basically swap it f...  more
  • by Greg Elmassian 9 hours ago
    You are a nice guy Steve... I would have thrown the adjuster up there and not let him down until he did his job!
     
    Best of...  more
  • by Kevin Strong 10 hours ago
    Looks good. Thanks for the tip on the Birney roof vents. I'm going to need them on a project soon to be arriving on my workbench...  more
  • by Nico Corbo Fri at 10:56 AM
    Jerry Barnes said:
    I'd like a 1/32nd scale regular size dome, if that is possible.
     
     
    For what kind of car?
  • by Dan Padova Thu at 11:20 PM
    Definitely Paul Busse
  • by Nico Corbo Thu at 6:45 PM
    I have 12 pcs of aristocraft 5’ diameter I also have 5 pcs of LGB .
    they are all used. PM me if interested.
     
  • by Joe Zullo Wed at 8:00 PM
  • by Pete Thornton Wed at 7:22 PM
    Well, here's the evidence that the reworked motor actually works.
     
  • by Jerry Bohlander Wed at 11:08 AM
    Triple R services may have some insight into this issue as well.
    http://www.realsteamservices.com/site/
     
  • by Lou Luczu Wed at 10:28 AM
    I guess the picture does not properly show it, but there is a pin, or axle on the side you cannot see that goes into the removab...  more
  • by Dan Hall Wed at 9:40 AM
    Chris Kieffer said:
    Yep Dan, that is what my place looked like too....just without the trains.  Did you go out and plow it?...  more
  • by lorna dane Tue at 11:52 AM
    Well I certainly hope the railroad is not impacted by the suit. 
    I certainly would love to see the #18 plying the rails of ...  more
  • by Ric Golding Tue at 8:36 AM
    Hey  NGL Al and others,
    Thanks for bringing this to our attention.  That's impressive and it sounds like it is a great...  more
  • by Forrest Scott Wood Tue at 5:13 AM
    Progress keeps happening
    Well, dang, that's a bummer about the 0-6-2T being glitchy.
    Hey, there's his new nickname, Glitchy Gus...  more
  • by David Maynard Tue at 4:44 AM
    Even at the lowest setting on my camera, the picture is still too large. But, like Greg said, that gives me room to crop, and th...  more
  • by Forrest Scott Wood Mon at 6:34 PM
    Nice truss bridge.
    Maybe not for y'all, but for me out here in farm burg, acquisition of Testors paint is an issue.The closest a...  more
  • by Alan Thomas Mon at 5:17 PM
    Yes I do have some good news and thanks for the interest!
    A couple of days back I touched based with the person doing the castin...  more
  • by Tom Grabenstein Mon at 6:47 AM
    Here are a couple of "quick grab" shots of Bull O'Woods deep in the Kentucky forest working a cut of felled timber. Hopefully th...  more
  • by Forrest Scott Wood Mon at 12:37 AM
    Devon Sinsley said:
    Well since my last visit with you guys I had surgery #5 (#4 on the empty space between my ears). I got an in...  more
  • by Steve McKenzie October 14
    A cool Saturday morning but we had a full slate of operators for our 20th session of the year! Mike has posted part 1 with more ...  more
  • by Ray Dunakin October 14
    Wow, that's different! Never seen a set up like that before. I noticed there are freight cars on the tracks (covered hoppers?).....  more