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  • by Cliff Jennings 12 minutes ago
    I just saw this thread Gary, wow, gorgeous work! 
    This all fits in Burbank?! 
  • by Boomer K. MOGWAI 1 hour ago
    Nicely done Bill. Thanks for the pics!
  • by David Marconi,FOGCH 1 hour ago
    https://www.alibaba.com/product-detail/Factory-supply-wholesale-price-latching-reed_60459596690.html?spm=a2700.7724857.main07.21...  more
  • by Cliff Jennings 2 hours ago
    Thanks Dennis! Means a lot my friend, thanks.
     
    Speaking of moving on... After the terrain is done, and the road and little...  more
  • by Noel Wilson 2 hours ago
    David Maynard said:
    That "crap" from the bottom of the pond is good soil. It has lots of nutrients that plants like. I had a 5 g...  more
  • by Xavier Alvarez 3 hours ago
    Joe Zullo said:
    It's coming along quite nicely. What gauge will it be? What scale is it?
     
    It's a 1/10 scale rolling 5 inc...  more
  • by John Passaro 3 hours ago
    John Caughey said:
    ....I plan on flying and staying with family there. My brother who tried to entice me up there a year early, ...  more
  • by Bruce Chandler 3 hours ago
    " Rooster " said:
    Never mind I think I answered my own question (I think) .....
    http://www.patriotrail.com/services/affiliated-c...  more
  • by Eric Reuter 8 hours ago
    I put together a spreadsheet to help calculate vertical transition curves, based on a constant change in grade.  Here's a s...  more
  • by Greg Elmassian 10 hours ago
    even to the smoke from the fireman's cigarette/cigar.... wow.... although the smoke from the cylinders just lies on the ground l...  more
  • by Tom Bowdler 11 hours ago
    Oops, itchy trigger finger, double post.
  • by John Le Forestier 11 hours ago
    New Page.
  • by tac Foley 16 hours ago
    OK, it seems to have fixed itself now.  Did I mention that of the twenty-six sites I'm currently on, this is the only place...  more
  • by Matt Doti 19 hours ago
    Very awesome.
     
    I did two renditions of 6500 series flats in 1:22.5 scale using USA Trains flats as the start.  Not pr...  more
  • by Ray Dunakin 19 hours ago
    Thirty years -- wow! Congrats!
     
  • by Greg Elmassian Tue at 10:39 PM
    Not try to insult you and I have been very clear... just 2 different situations, and pretty darn different. So my opinion is you...  more
  • by John Passaro Tue at 9:50 PM
       You seem to be getting the hang of that sintra stuff.
     
  • by Bruce Chandler Tue at 8:49 PM
    For me, the best part of having a 3D printer is that there are a lot of folks that bought one and are just trying to find &ldquo...  more
  • by " Rooster " Tue at 7:34 PM
    Guys ...read the last 2 posts on page 3 he is probably quite busy!
  • by David Maynard Tue at 4:51 PM
    Lighting not lightning.
     
    Don't you think Devon's head has been violated enough lately? I mean what with a pop valve, extra...  more
  • by Sean McGillicuddy Tue at 12:42 PM
    Greg  Your input is always welcome .
    That's what I thought , I was just wondering if I couldn't find a brass tube that...  more
  • by Greg Elmassian Tue at 12:20 PM
    Hard to tell, but zooming in on the picture, it looks like the first driver on the Mallet is indeed way out of sync.
     
    Agai...  more
  • by Eric Reuter Tue at 7:28 AM
    Greg Elmassian said:
    So do you basically just have on and off on the heater?
    No, it's PWM.  The function output modulates t...  more
  • by Sean McGillicuddy Tue at 6:36 AM
    Todd Brody said:
    I do everything myself, so I have no time to take pics.  Linda took a bunch, but I have no idea when she w...  more
  • by Korm Kormsen Mon at 10:58 PM
    Jerry,
    staying with 1:32?
  • by " Rooster " Mon at 7:30 PM
     
    This is the Ken Bird.....He has been known to migrate as far as the west coast but rare. It usually hangs around the east...  more
  • by David Maynard Mon at 6:30 PM
    Actually I probably have 3 times as many steamers then what is pictured. A few are basket cases, bought for parts, but most I ha...  more
  • Yeah hearing each other on the phone is a real bear at times, believe me, I understand that problem, especially in the bad cell ...  more
  • by Joe Zullo Mon at 3:54 PM
    Now I need one too!
  • by Andy Clarke Mon at 1:02 PM
    Looks like a nice run before the trestle dismantle...