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  • by Pete Thornton 1 hour ago
    After a frustrating morning drilling the new gearbox I am taking a break to post these few photos in case anyone is interested.
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  • by Dan Hilyer 1 hour ago
    Jim, what are you using for the cable?
  • by John Passaro 1 hour ago
    Pete Thornton said:
    ...half of Wall Street will be late for work!...
     
       I didn't know it is "work." I thought i...  more
  • by John Passaro 1 hour ago
    Rooster ' said:
    The washer and dryer are keys to a great build in the challenge !
     
       Did that dime in your tumb...  more
  • by Bill Barnwell 1 hour ago
    Yea, they got a couple of prairie's out there that are great looking think 1 with a tender and 2 saddle tankers + a 2-6-6-2 sadd...  more
  • by Craig Townsend 2 hours ago
    Ideally, I would use it as both the base and the substructure that would be covered. Does it take screws well?
  • by Al Pomeroy 2 hours ago
     
    Bob,
     
    if you want to send me your STL files for the bridge footing, I can print them on my SLA machine, then y...  more
  • by Craig Townsend 3 hours ago
    I tried the string and the level method and got a rough idea. Then my retired Civil Engineer father says to me, let's survey you...  more
  • by Bill Barnwell 4 hours ago
    Thanks much have to reeducate myself from being in the shadows for too long, Bill
  • by Ken Brunt 4 hours ago
    That picture under the video I posted was from an Honor Flight to Wash DC I went on with my Dad, back in 2015. He was in Pearl H...  more
  • by Bill Barnwell 5 hours ago
    The North state village collection has what you are describing and they do hold up well, several years ago I bought a  feed...  more
  • by Dan DeVoto 5 hours ago
    Thanks Todd,  I have a third crossing, not pictured, that is concrete and it is fastened the same as the brick.  I use...  more
  • by David Maynard 9 hours ago
    Since 1869? You are older then I thought you were.
  • by Ron Hill Fri at 10:47 PM
    The bathroom is cute!
     
  • by Jon Radder Fri at 6:49 PM
    I just posted the question on the Facebook JMRI Operations Only group page.  As I reworded my original post for a less fami...  more
  • by Bill Barnwell Fri at 4:38 PM
    I'd have to say if the engineer can't see that station he better get his eyes checked, great looking station, Bill
  • by Bruce Chandler Fri at 12:58 PM
    I have been approached by the owner of The Woodlands Retirement Community in Fairfax County.   He has made an offer to...  more
  • by Bill Barnwell Fri at 12:23 PM
    Nice kit bash, most of my stuff is also kit bashed as when I started in G there wasn't any American stuff, I've got one of those...  more
  • by Bill Barnwell Fri at 10:35 AM
    Well that will be around for a long time, nice job, Bill
  • by Dan Pierce Fri at 7:22 AM
    While the motor block has the front wheel driven by the rear axle/gear, one must remember the single small plastic axle gear tak...  more
  • by Sean McGillicuddy Fri at 6:26 AM
    It's not just about trains..my friend .. 
    Keep having fun with your puppy side kick!
  • by Ray Dunakin Fri at 12:22 AM
    That's beautiful!
  • by Vic Smith Thu at 1:29 PM
    Very cool, cars remind me of the Mt Lower funicular that used to be above my town.
  • by Tommy Mejia Thu at 12:03 PM
    Rooster ' said:
    That's great Tommy .....but now I wanna know what has the horses all stirred up ?
     
    Well the side of the Ho...  more
  • by Sean McGillicuddy Thu at 11:55 AM
    Rooster ' said:
    Ken Brunt said:
    I have thought about doing that, Todd and stick it up by the new building. Kind of a before and ...  more
  • by Bill Barnwell Thu at 11:29 AM
    Got a little more done, working on the smoke stack, I wanted something that was whimsical and cute, so like a lot on my engines ...  more
  • by David Maynard Thu at 5:27 AM
    It is so cool. I enjoyed the experience.
  • by Ross Mansell Thu at 4:33 AM
    Got one of those..makes a solid model!
  • by Rick Marty Wed at 8:10 PM
    Carson City/Virginia City is a cool area for mining artifacts and the V&T RR.  Wife and I rode that many times back whe...  more
  • by John Passaro Wed at 6:43 PM
       Nice video, and I really like your herald, Tim, it's something different.
     
      
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