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  • by John Caughey 18 minutes ago
    Ric Golding said:
    I started to mention that one of the most important things I see on engines is people, Engineer and Fireman.&n...  more
  • by Bob Cope 27 minutes ago
    Tom,
     
    Revolution is NOT DCC.  Revolution is a proprietary control system originally developed and marketed by Ar...  more
  • by David Maynard 1 hour ago
    Sean, so am I. But it's ok, I feel at home here..........
  • by Ross Mansell 4 hours ago
    Seems this is very good for acrylics.....easy to apply....
     
    https://www.tapplastics.com/product/repair_products/plastic_ad...  more
  • by Sean McGillicuddy 5 hours ago
    Richard
    Are you going ?
    If you do.. get some pics... 
  • by Ted Doskaris 11 hours ago
    RE: "...I still cannot understand why 0-27 or 3 rail stuff hasn't died?..."
    I agree, but maybe with respect to electrical functi...  more
  • by Stan Cedarleaf Thu at 10:14 PM
    WOW, Devon..........  You better watch for them Volt-Ohms.  There was a not so serious pseudo Sci Fi movie back on the...  more
  • by Jon Radder Thu at 8:36 PM
    Great weather today and Marilyn needed me out of the kitchen, so I decided to work on lighting.
     
    Last weekend I pulled the...  more
  • by Dennis Rayon Thu at 8:06 PM
    Jean . I love your buildings, your technique looks great on your Barber/Sheriff structure, you have done a beautiful constructio...  more
  • by Jon Radder Thu at 7:58 PM
    I'm not an expert. My opinion is based on those of experts that have posted here in the past and my experience. Tenergy cells ar...  more
  • by Ken Brunt Thu at 7:48 PM
    Your welcome, and a Happy Thanksgiving backatcha!
  • by Craig Townsend Thu at 7:19 PM
    Well there's spring switches and rubber switches. A spring switch will pop back to its original position after you run through i...  more
  • by David Maynard Thu at 6:56 PM
    John Caughey said:
    Please be safe while traveling, watch out for the other guy.
    Be thankful that at least you know how to drive!...  more
  • by Mike Wlez Thu at 3:09 PM
    Shouldn't be too difficult to scratchbuild one out of a baggage car and coach
     
  • by Greg Elmassian Thu at 12:36 PM
    Wow, 4 to 5 inches above the fan?
    Ok, trying to reason that out, the only thing that makes sense is no restriction in the airflo...  more
  • by Jon Radder Thu at 9:17 AM
    OK,  Here is the step-by-step Tutorial for YouTube Video Embedding with screen shots.
     
    Step One - Find the video you ...  more
  • by Shane Stewart Thu at 1:34 AM
    Now on the roof, draw a line 1/8" back from the front edge.
    Run some 3/64" angle along this line. End it just before the curve a...  more
  • by Ron Hill Wed at 10:16 PM
    Greg, I am glad to hear that. You are exactly correct on the Aristo axle block. It drives me crazy. My Dash 9 will derail just a...  more
  • by " Rooster " Wed at 9:53 PM
    Very nice !
    The molds are very cool!
     
    When I did a viaduct for my RR  I opted for a much lighter with free materials ...  more
  • by Ray Dunakin Wed at 9:36 PM
    Welcome aboard!
  • by Dan Stuettgen Wed at 7:14 PM
    Looking for some  Broken turnouts  ( code 332 in brass ) LGB, aristocraft or  what ever manufacture.  any ra...  more
  • by John Bouck Wed at 5:25 PM
    Some build pics, in no particular order. 
     
     
     ...  more
  • by Shane Stewart Wed at 4:57 PM
    That looks really good Chris.
     
    Shane
     
  • by Vic Smith Wed at 4:57 PM
    I managed to get the wood stained and gave the barrel a rub of stain as well. Looks almost sorta new. Scouting for rocks and a b...  more
  • by Alan Lott Wed at 4:46 PM
    Thanks for the great pictures Ray, like many who live in green  and often lush or heavily wooded areas it is fascinating to...  more
  • by Greg Elmassian Wed at 3:17 PM
    Interesting, I see the mods to allow this to work from track voltage, a bit more complex, but makes sense, you need the Phoenix ...  more
  • by Shane Stewart Wed at 2:43 PM
    Thanks David, I thought that seemed high. I guess dividing by 29 is 1 dimensional as opposed to 3 dimensional? You taught me som...  more
  • by Joe Zullo Wed at 2:29 PM
    Pete Thornton said:
    Interesting subject to model:
     
     (Tuscarora RailRoad coach being delivered to EBT for storage.)...  more
  • by Cliff Jennings Wed at 1:18 PM
    Well, I stand corrected, Jerry, thanks. And John, you're right, not a good price.
    I think I was confusing this with that track h...  more
  • by Nicolas Teeuwen Tue at 9:08 PM
    I wish I had made a video of what the train was like climbing the grade before I cleaned it successfully. I will at some point s...  more