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    Ted Doskaris' Vignettes (articles) links
    RE: Ted Doskaris' Vignettes (articles) links
    Fellow Forum member, Sean McGillicuddy, suggested that links be provided for my articles.
    Articles include 1/29 scale American standard gauge locos, rolling stock, and turnout (track switch) products from Aris...  more
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    quick caboose project
    Hi guys,
    My new railroad didn't have a caboose as I am still trying find time to do a standard gauge Rio Grande caboose scratchbuild. Late last month I bought an Aristo/Delton caboose on eBay. When it arrived I was pleased to find that its dimensions were...  more
    New Roundhouse live steamer for 2020
    Looks like locomotives the Navy used at the Pearl Harbor coaling station.  For reasons lost to history, the coaling station used standard gauge track, while the common carrier Oahu Rail & Land Co., every military installation and almost all of th...  more
    Snow Plow needed
    Well it is finally time to get off the dime and start on the bucker plow.
    A lot of head scratching and napkin drawings to get this converted from standard gauge to narrow gauge but I think I have hit on a plan to move forward with.
    I guess what I really s...  more
    AMS Coupler - Long Longing Car
    I think Al is referring to the AMS 1:32 scale coupler.  He just had the wrong standard gauge scale.  Isn't G gauge wonderful?   He is correct, I do use them for 3/4 size couplers on my EBT equipment. The 1:20 and 1:32 scale couple...  more
    Snow Plow needed
    Jim Rowson said:
    Nice work, Rick. Gonna do a board-by-board snow plow?
     
     ...  more
    The Boxcab Project
    Bruce Chandler said:
    Pete Thornton said:
    Of course, it should look like this:
    Heh...that's just the STANDARD gauge version... mine is rather narrow.,,,...  more
    The Boxcab Project
    Bruce Chandler said:
    Pete Thornton said:
    Of course, it should look like this:
    Heh...that's just the STANDARD gauge version... mine is rather narrow.,,,...  more
    The Boxcab Project
    Pete Thornton said:
    Of course, it should look like this:
    Heh...that's just the STANDARD gauge version... mine is rather narrow.,,,
     
    Vehicles for 1:29 scale layouts
    I have finally settled on modeling standard gauge in 1:29. Being a fan of vehicles as well as trains, I was curious to find out what sort of vehicles would be available around 1:29. 
    Disclaimer: I came to g scale from HO, and while I am certainly not...  more
    1870-80 Railroad names
    David Maynard said:
    After several nights of fruitless online searching, I come to Yunz with a question.
     
    I am repainting the candy coloured Bachmann HO old time railroad cars, and I want to letter them up for standard gauge railroads of the 1870's a...  more