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  • by Eric Schade 1 hour ago
    It is coming along well shawn!!   Have fun with it!
  • by Bob Cope 3 hours ago
    I think they have been closed for quite some time, just late in announcing it.
  • by Richard Mynderup 3 hours ago
    Doug, I'm inclined to use some backer board I have out on the side yard for a few years now...it's been leaning against the fenc...  more
  • by David Maynard 4 hours ago
    Devon Sinsley said:
    It is hard to be frustrated, depressed, and angry when your dog is hugging you.....
    Yes, I know. That is why...  more
  • by David Maynard 4 hours ago
    Or you could take what you have and cast duplicates. That technology still works.
  • by Forrest Scott Wood 4 hours ago
    Ahh, okay, off to look.
  • by Russell Shilling 4 hours ago
    Bob, 
    I want to thank you for the great writing you've done to help modelers, particularly those who want to build their ow...  more
  • by Jim Rowson 5 hours ago
    It turns out that Boomer seems willing to send me some high resolution artwork (as he posted in his extremely useful post about ...  more
  • by Al Pomeroy 7 hours ago
    Update,
     
     willing to do some package deals to clear out the small items, state your interests and price in a PM. anyt...  more
  • by Bill Barnwell 8 hours ago
    very interesting, thanks, Bill
  • by Todd Brody 9 hours ago
    Todd,
     
    When problems like this arise, I often find that it is the track at the opposite end of the engine/railcar that has...  more
  • by Greg Elmassian 12 hours ago
    The standard, original Armorall (says original formula on the bottle) ... it works for me, and it also has UV sunscreen in it. I...  more
  • by Ric Golding 12 hours ago
    I think a dollar a foot should be about the going price.  Other's opinions may be more accurate, but I know it can be had f...  more
  • by Ric Golding 12 hours ago
    Great pics!  Looks good!  Be nice to give it a try at the September Ops.  On the 15th and 16th of September. ...  more
  • by Ross Mansell 13 hours ago
    One or two of those shown are still running today on preserved lines.
    The following shows the UK has quite a number of locos sti...  more
  • by Dan DeVoto 13 hours ago
    David,
    Have you joined BAGRS (Bay Area Garden Railway Society)? https://www.bagrs.org
  • by Alan Lott 13 hours ago
    Up to three years ago I had quite a few small figures and animals scattered around parts of the railroad.  There were passe...  more
  • by Dan Pierce 15 hours ago
    Thanks Stan for that info.  I mentioned it only because I did have an issue with the Shay but when I lowered my system to 1...  more
  • by Korm Kormsen 18 hours ago
    Moin, be welcome!
  • by Dan Padova Wed at 9:39 PM
    Pete Thornton said:
    Dan Padova said:
    Ric Golding said:
    Dan Padova said:...  more
  • by Andy Clarke Wed at 8:18 PM
    Looks to be a nice project to watch as the building goes on....   
  • by Tony Walsham Wed at 5:54 PM
    Thanks Greg.
    The relay switches are very useful for triggering LGB sounds when converting their locos to battery R/C.
    No need to...  more
  • by Mark Hadler Wed at 3:50 PM
    I contacted PIKO America and received the following reply - 
     
    Although shorter in length, our cars match up exactly i...  more
  • by Steve McKenzie Wed at 3:22 PM
    Our 11th session was on August 11th Narrow Gauge: http://gardenrailroadottawa.blogspot.com/2018/08/session-11-narrow-gauge-...  more
  • by John Priebe Wed at 1:25 PM
    Hi all,
    I'm new to this forum.  I'm looking to buy the following, if anyone has it new in box.  Thanks.
     
    MTH San...  more
  • by Tom Bowdler Wed at 12:06 PM
    I am focused Ric,
    All the named projects are already in house and the "when we get settled" aspect is being firmly adhered to.
    T...  more
  • by Mark Dashnaw Wed at 10:31 AM
    New Gondola nicknamed "pinky" for obvious reasons
    and a new caboose - based off the typical lionel caboose
     
  • by Ken Brunt Wed at 7:30 AM
    Watched the 1st hour and a half till it got to Harrisburg and crossed the Rockville bridge. Recognized a lot of places along the...  more
  • by " Rooster " Tue at 8:45 PM
    Fred Mills. said:
    It seems this "Thread", might not be a clear picture of the forum, that Jean had in mind when she got talked ...  more
  • by Bob McCown Tue at 7:44 PM
    Plan is to drill a couple more holes in the floor in the back.  There are already two provided, and I'll need 5 total. ...  more