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  • by Todd Haskins 37 minutes ago
    Well I ripped the length of 2x4 over the weekend and many of the pieces since then have twisted up.  I got the OK to replac...  more
  • by Todd Haskins 45 minutes ago
    I really like that structure you built Devon and I agree with the others that you are so far along that you are making us look b...  more
  • by Eric Reuter 1 hour ago
    Here's a first pass at a whole diaphragm.  It's really tricky to keep everything aligned with the stretchy fabric, but I'm ...  more
  • by Ken Brunt 1 hour ago
    I like the marijuana leaf on the front of the building...............
  • by Ken Brunt 1 hour ago
    Dan Hilyer said:
    Here is what I woke up to this morning.  We get snow on rare occasions and when we do everything shuts dow...  more
  • by John Bouck 1 hour ago
    For mine, I use tiny surgical black rubber hose. (Very flexible) That could be glued to a cut off KD pin. Leave about 3/16 hangi...  more
  • by Martin Sant 2 hours ago
     
    My favorite metal bird :)
     
  • by Steve Featherkile 2 hours ago
    Ray, when you take Megaweapon into the desert, do you reduce tire pressure?    
     
    On my many trips to the Anza-Bo...  more
  • by Jon Radder 2 hours ago
    You van find them all here: http://lsc.cvsry.com/Video/  It also might be something with my host. They used to work as...  more
  • by Devon Sinsley 5 hours ago
    David Maynard said:
    Devon, At least all m y parts are organic and original.
     
    Pictures will follow....  more
  • by Jon Radder 5 hours ago
    Then there is "one in the chamber" danger.  For my portal build I have been alternating between 7/8" pins for timbers and 3...  more
  • by David Maynard 5 hours ago
    Posted in The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Monday January 8, 2018
     
  • by Devon Sinsley 6 hours ago
    This is coming out right nice.
  • by Tom Grabenstein 7 hours ago
    Sean McGillicuddy said:
    Tom
    I'm thinking you went the easy route ...I think the roof is tin or sheet metal ,another opportunity ...  more
  • by Sean McGillicuddy 8 hours ago
    You're quick ...looks great !
  • by tac Foley 8 hours ago
    Will do so, John, and welcome to the show!!  Is yours gas or alcohol?  I'm really looking forward to some better weath...  more
  • by John K. Saunders 9 hours ago
    thank you david for bailing out my tech ineptitiude
  • by David Maynard 9 hours ago
    It would be nice if there was a resource for cross referencing what motors are in a given make and model of locomotive. Its inte...  more
  • by John Caughey Tue at 11:03 PM
    Thanks for the great picture. Nice layout and oh to be a kidzilla again!
  • by Jon Radder Tue at 10:52 PM
    John Miller said:
    Jon I love your photos!  I also have had a series of massive derailments in the snow.   I have ...  more
  • by Joe Zullo Tue at 10:11 PM
    Shawn,
    Vimeo seems to work a little differently than YouTube. Even without the "S" a browser will recognize and convert the http...  more
  • by Doug Arnold Tue at 9:33 PM
       Hopefully that storm won't get here on Friday! At least up here on the desert it may not get here at all!
  • by David Maynard Tue at 8:11 PM
    Mine is overstuffed. Hey! The trains have to "live" somewhere.
  • by David Maynard Tue at 5:40 PM
    Gee, and the P&CS passenger station/covered platform, reportedly became a chicken coop.
  • by Eric Schade Tue at 4:51 PM
    I attended the Cabin Fever show in Lebanon PA this past weekend.  here is a little video of the festivities.  I brough...  more
  • by Ted Doskaris Tue at 2:53 PM
    AML's Hi-Cube 50 ft box car and body mounting Kadee 907 centerset couplers.The prototype Hi-Cube Gundersen cars can have differe...  more
  • by Jon Radder Tue at 2:51 PM
    Looks good to me. LSC scales it:  994px × 558px (scaled to 819px × 460px) but you can open it full size if desired.
  • by John Caughey Tue at 2:41 PM
    50 year old cedar has been pretty good at staying straight, it was my saw that went wonky!
  • by Bob McCown Tue at 2:15 PM
    They're incredible, IMHO.  I pick the resolution that matches my screen, full-size the video, turn the sound up, and watch....  more
  • by Doug Arnold Tue at 10:21 AM
    Thank you John. Actually I have never had any HP pins jam until I didn't follow the directions. But I won't be buying more!