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  • by Al Pomeroy 1 hour ago
    Cliff,
     
    got your file and it looks great, thanks. not sure how to separate the parts in an STL file. I opened in solid wor...  more
  • by Ric Golding 1 hour ago
    Mark,
    The Long Island H-10 is owned by Bob Wattecamp and Jan and I are the part time crew.  The H-10 is 3 years old and I'v...  more
  • by Ric Golding 1 hour ago
    I have always used a transformer with an Aristo TE 27 mhz, for the control.  The transformer can be set to half throttle an...  more
  • by Sean McGillicuddy 1 hour ago
    The middle track that you have going to the top section of your yard should be straight .. "no curve ".. add a larger curve sect...  more
  • by Ross Mansell 5 hours ago
    I ditched GR some time ago...still think NGSL  Gazette  a great magazine  read even though its not LS !!
  • by Earl Weiberg 7 hours ago
    I plan to be open Sat , Sun  . Mon 8 to 5 .  A farmers fantasy is listed in the convention guide .I will be traveling ...  more
  • by Greg Elmassian 7 hours ago
    Why do you need to change the loop? is it because the track to track spacing with R7s in a crossover is too great?
     
    What i...  more
  • by John Passaro 8 hours ago
      I hadn't thought of that Sean, but it may come to that down at that end. Thanks.
  • by Jim Rowson 9 hours ago
    Looking good. FWIW I prefer the first building location pic (close to the tracks).
  • by Dennis Rayon 10 hours ago
    As always Boomer your figures looks great, before and after fading.
    Dennis
  • by Devon Sinsley Tue at 7:23 PM
    glad to see you back at it
     
  • by David Maynard Tue at 7:07 PM
    Devon Sinsley said:
    Honey,
     
    I need a $10,000 metal lathe so I can build a $100 sander. Wonder how that would work out....  more
  • by Fred Mills. Tue at 6:34 PM
    From what "Limited experience" I've had; I would suggest taking all MAXIMUM clearances offered by others, and adding an inch in ...  more
  • by Bill Barnwell Tue at 4:12 PM
    This doesn't have any seam lines in it but could be done easily with a marker, painted flat black first the coated with liquid f...  more
  • by Bill Barnwell Tue at 4:03 PM
    That's fine I'm enjoying the conversation
  • by Tom Ruby Tue at 12:22 PM
    Cool!
  • by Mike Savage Mon at 5:44 PM
    Not crazy at all from my perspective but then again I am quite happy with my 1' X 13' trolley layout with a single switch at eac...  more
  • by Joe Zullo Mon at 3:43 PM
  • by Dennis Tetreault Mon at 11:54 AM
    SOLD
  • by Michael Kirrene Mon at 12:55 AM
    This is great news from Shawn Conahey (thanks for re-posting, Tom). This information from Shawn through Charlie Ro has been broa...  more
  • by Greg Elmassian August 18
    Yep, while body mounting is worlds better than truck mount in stability, Kadees especially appreciate proper height. The smaller...  more
  • by Ed Halo August 18
    Have 32 ARISTO COUPLERS FOR TRADE.  FOR AML/USATrains couplers or Bachmann hoppers.
     
  • by Ed Halo August 18
    Thank you.  
     
  • by Joe Zullo August 18
    Looking good Jon!
  • by Greg Elmassian August 18
    cool, so I was off 25 thousandths
  • by Greg Elmassian August 18
    I had similar experiences with the light weight and rocking. I took a slightly different method to fix, but I have indeed shimme...  more
  • by Bruce Chandler August 18
    Well, I'm all for the "weathered" look - the last time I weathered anything intentionally was back when I was modeling HO, but, ...  more
  • by Don Watson August 18
    Bill,
    See private message. 
  • by Jim Rowson August 18
    I have not tried that, Bill. Will check it out.
  • by Tom Grabenstein August 17
    Dan Hilyer said:
    Fine looking cars, Tom.  Thanks for sharing and providing the historical background and photos.
    Thanks Dan...  more