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  • by Joe Zullo 23 minutes ago
    Greg,
    I also get the Private page message when I click on the direct link if I'm logged into LSC.
  • by Kevin Strong 37 minutes ago
    John, send me Tom's and another one to keep for myself, and you may have yourself a deal. ;)
     
    Later,
     
    K
  • by Jon Radder 1 hour ago
    Recovery in my yard is nearly complete. As I find more hidden tree damage my limb pile has grown to the size of an SUV. Two of m...  more
  • by Tom Stephens 1 hour ago
     I have been playing with my TCS WOW steam decoder.
    I can consistently read any CV that I have tried to read without any pr...  more
  • by Pete Lassen 2 hours ago
    glad to hear it, Eric, I have family going to the far island from there this week, they were concerned until looked at a map clo...  more
  • by David Maynard 3 hours ago
    SUPERAntiSpyware deleted 1,008 tracking cookies from my computer this afternoon. I would guess some of them were LSC cookies.
  • by " Rooster " 3 hours ago
    Ken Brunt said:
    I'm flexible..................
    You staying up there or going up for a day?
  • by " Rooster " 3 hours ago
    You saw the pics and have the idea so now they are gone as I don't want to jack up your thread.
     
  • by Rich Niemeyer 7 hours ago
    I suspect he is deep into barbecue this weekend.  Remember his photo postings?...mean thing to do!  His cooking is an ...  more
  • by Greg Elmassian 11 hours ago
    Perhaps you were thinking of the data rate. Things are transmitted multiple times and with a fair amount of error checking. It w...  more
  • by Pete Lassen 11 hours ago
    To all who Never came home, including a family member, Thank you is not enough for what you did for our freedom to enjoy our lit...  more
  • by Andy Clarke 12 hours ago
    Mark, some cool designs..   Nice work...    
  • by Greg Elmassian 21 hours ago
    Most track powered ones use insulated sections with a diode bridging the gap. Click the link on Daves post.
     
    Greg
  • by Rich Niemeyer Fri at 9:59 PM
    Looks great Boomer.  Great to see you’re back up running.  Next time I’m down I’ll give a call to se...  more
  • by Greg Elmassian Fri at 7:12 PM
    I kinda remember! I also remember your store with the indoor layout with real dirt and water, and the kids playing on a loop of ...  more
  • by Ric Golding Fri at 5:26 PM
    I thought it was a monument to Summer Holidays Past.  I think it should be celebrated as a memory of past Q's where Rooster...  more
  • by Mike Toney Fri at 1:57 PM
    My wife and I are getting our first ride on scale locomotive, so a few of the G scale engines have to go to foot the bill. ...  more
  • by Ric Golding Fri at 7:56 AM
    25 May, 2018 - Metamora, Michigan.
    .
    Yesterday we arrived along the tracks of the Michigan Central Railroad's Detroit Yard on th...  more
  • by mike dorsch Thu at 6:22 PM
       I installed their smoke unit in a F-3 b unit . Did a thread on it here earlier . I ran it on a 12 volt battery and ...  more
  • by David Maynard Thu at 4:07 PM
    Or use CL2s, then the LEDs would light up the same brightness.
     
    One if by DC, 2 if by DCC.
     
    The electrons are coming...  more
  • by John Passaro Wed at 11:09 PM
       I would think the last thing you need, with your new job and all, is a bombardment of fake accounts and spam and in...  more
  • by Dennis Rayon Wed at 10:12 PM
    very nice printing jobs
     
  • by David Maynard Wed at 8:59 PM
    So Canadian Tire has a smiling Scotsman on their counterfeit money.
    Colour me confused.
  • by David Maynard Wed at 8:51 PM
    Howe?
    I had that thought. Take one of my trashed bridges, fix it up a little, and have it trying to span my pond.
  • by David Marconi,FOGCH Wed at 6:38 PM
    Bruce Chandler said:
    I prefer the "old" instructions... (just call me low tech)
    This rock is the perfect weather indicator.&nbs...  more
  • by David Maynard Wed at 6:34 PM
    Yea, earned by anal behavior, but I dunno about the "hard" part. To those sort, the behavior is easy, its second nature. I had a...  more
  • by David Maynard Wed at 6:23 PM
    I guess getting hit and killed by a train would qualify as a special occasion.
    Well, it is certainly a once in a lifetime event.
  • by Daniel Collins Wed at 12:21 PM
    Almost ready to wire things back in. Smoke unit is plumbed. I have to put in a switch and fuse for the fan and smoker. I used sc...  more