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  • by Stanley Ames 26 minutes ago
    For sale is a LGB 40830 G Scale RhB 8135 Single Dome Tank Car $84
     
    This tank car features durable plastic construction for...  more
  • by Sean McGillicuddy 1 hour ago
    Joe Zullo said:
    John Caughey said:
    How do you do that Joe, I never see anything and I try clicking the void in several places......  more
  • by Ross Mansell 5 hours ago
    Bob McCown said:
      We can't grumble in one breath that its hard to get new blood into the hobby, and in the next breath say...  more
  • by Nicolas Teeuwen 7 hours ago
    I received an 18.5 volt 6700 mah battery today. Put it in one of the SD70's and ran it around for a bit. Fully charged it goes f...  more
  • by Tim 11 hours ago
    [quote]
    hey! where do you get Amish figures?
     [/quote]
    -0-0-0-0-0-...  more
  • by Steve Featherkile Fri at 9:02 PM
    " Rooster " said:
    Bump for useless content and only trying to be the #1 poster
    Staying ahead of Rooster.
  • by David Maynard Fri at 7:35 PM
    Well, I saw firsthand how much a covered wagon (trailer) will dance around in 20 MPH gusts while its being drug over 2 feet of s...  more
  • by David Maynard Fri at 6:53 PM
    Don't mind me. I just think its a shame to cut up an irreplaceable antique.
  • by David Maynard Fri at 6:41 PM
    John Bouck said:
    Nice bash!
    I wish i had a baggage car for my 1:20 set.
    Well.........  more
  • by Dave Jacobsen Fri at 6:22 PM
    The marshaling continues.                 
    A  B-mann NP&S combine and an&n...  more
  • by Korm Kormsen Fri at 4:09 PM
    hmmm...
    after re-reading and braining a bit, i noticed, that i should be able to do that too.
    in the end the only real differenc...  more
  • by Greg Elmassian Fri at 12:30 PM
    I gave a suggestion on the other site, so will point you to my smoke unit page:
     
    https://elmassian.com/index.php?option=co...  more
  • by Vic Smith Fri at 8:49 AM
    Greg Elmassian said:
    I'm glad you took it in fun Vic, I was a little worried. I have a friend with a similar problem, but it's i...  more
  • by Michael Moran Fri at 7:25 AM
    car is sold
     
  • by Greg Elmassian Thu at 9:30 PM
    A small piece of cardboard, the diameter of a wheel, then cut a slot in it to go around the axle, tape in place... get the axles...  more
  • by John Caughey Thu at 7:27 PM
    Good News!
    I survived!
    I used that piece of flashing to deflect the many ricochets .... 
    On the side of the car barn, I wan...  more
  • by Dan Thu at 7:26 PM
    In order to finance my return to model railroading, this time in G, I've decided to let go of my Railroading and Mining ephemera...  more
  • by Pete Lassen Thu at 6:09 PM
    And except for the Doc from Washington, we will pass on any photographic evidence, the pics or it didnt happen do NOT apply to s...  more
  • by Steve Featherkile Thu at 3:41 PM
    Love it.
  • by Vic Smith Thu at 9:36 AM
     
    Shalom aleichem
  • by Ric Golding Thu at 8:02 AM
    On the first of December we arrived back at the Ridge Live Steamers and have had a couple of great weeks there.  Yesterday ...  more
  • by Korm Kormsen Thu at 6:22 AM
    use that new space quickly!
    won't be long, before the "Fathoms" take over...
  • by Jon Radder Wed at 9:20 PM
    Well, I did think that until you explained it :D  I now know more than I ever wanted to about how crossovers and filters work
  • by David Marconi, FOGCH Wed at 5:55 PM
    Very nice Bill, and welcome aboard
  • by Greg Elmassian Wed at 2:13 PM
    On the speakers, you might be able to/want to use the lower profile FRS7's, which while a 2.5" speaker, often will fit in less space.
    Greg
  • by Greg Elmassian Wed at 1:56 PM
    Mik, just Mik, not Mick... just keeping his memory...
     
    Greg
  • by Greg Elmassian Wed at 1:29 PM
    Put a loop of G scale on a ride on flat car, and run your battery loco there!
    I have a Z scale loop running on a G scale flat ca...  more
  • by Dan Pierce Wed at 10:01 AM
    If I wanted to know the year of manufacture of the Aristo rolling stock, I would just look at the end for the Aristo logo and th...  more
  • by Eric Mueller Wed at 1:45 AM
    Dan,
    Thanks again.  I also received the following from TrainLi:
    Take a picture and particularly pay attention to the crank ...  more