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  • by Forrest Scott Wood 38 minutes ago
    David Marconi,FOGCH said:
    Good bit of research there Forrest. Thank you
    Thanks! It is fun to find out things.
    Had a head start i...  more
  • by John Le Forestier 42 minutes ago
    Rooster's gonna be there?  That's just wrong.
  • by David Maynard 2 hours ago
    I had that issue with a silver pair of Bachmann passenger trucks. The plastic was so flexible, that the side-frames would flex a...  more
  • by Korm Kormsen 2 hours ago
    David Maynard said:
    I dunno Steve, laughter is supposed to be the best medicine.
    yeah, but there is a difference, if it is appli...  more
  • by Greg Elmassian 6 hours ago
    I understand the dilemma, you need to make a tool, that is a rod with a taper at one end, and tap and thread a hole in it, you c...  more
  • by Gearhead 9 hours ago
    So I'm going to take a few minutes for an update while Jenn is installing ties on the mainline. We have only had one day off in ...  more
  • by John Ray 11 hours ago
    Those figures look great, John. They have a lot of character and really bring the scenes to life.
    When I was looking for 7/8ths ...  more
  • by " Rooster " 11 hours ago
    Dennis Rayon said:
    Great Looking water feature, lots of hard work
    Dennis
    Agreed !...  more
  • by " Rooster " 11 hours ago
    I gotta get to Dad's and Stan's !
     
     
     ...  more
  • by Ric Golding Tue at 8:31 PM
  • by Ric Golding Tue at 7:44 PM
    Very cool!  Sounds like a great event, as always.
  • by Greg Elmassian Tue at 6:20 PM
    A fuse would be a good start, cheap and easy.
     
    Charging in that holder? My concern would be related to my charging current...  more
  • by Stanley Ames Tue at 5:45 PM
    I worked with Lewis on several projects over the years and he was very supportive in the building of our railroad.
     
    A grea...  more
  • by David Maynard Tue at 5:37 PM
    Todd, so is mine. Its actually a bit depressing how much the deer have ruined.
  • by Todd Haskins Tue at 9:18 AM
    I really like your weathered and tagged cars.   The second video scene is nicely done when you pan the camera keeping ...  more
  • by Ken Brunt Tue at 4:26 AM
    Cliff Jennings said:
    As a wizened old V&T aficionado once told me at a V&T Historical Society conference in Carson City:...  more
  • by Dick Friedman Mon at 11:51 PM
    Thank you all for helping me out.  Now you can see what the shim is and how it functions.  If  I can find a photo...  more
  • by Todd Brody Mon at 9:50 PM
     
    Tortoise and Lizard Bash Garden Railroad (T&LBRR)
    Saturday, June 16, 2018
    1:00 P.M. – 4:00 P.M....  more
  • by Chris Kieffer Mon at 9:40 PM
    Sorry guys I planned to have these done by now.  But you know how it is, the weather accidentally got nice for a few days s...  more
  • by " Rooster " Mon at 9:13 PM
    Wait I thought they banned PCBs cause they were killing the fish and other things as well.
  • by David Maynard Mon at 7:49 PM
    Yea, I am not really a fan of their Fusion line. I got varied results with it, so I went back to the original Krylon line. Like ...  more
  • by Mike Wlez Mon at 7:29 PM
    Saw this on  the MSN news page: http://www.msn.com/en-us/travel/article/10-vintage-photos-that-show-the-glamour-of-train-tr...  more
  • by John Caughey Mon at 11:42 AM
    Naw ... my snakes like me, they know they don't have to worry about me.
    I've yet to hear a rattle, or to see a coil to strike.
    &...  more
  • by Jim Rowson Mon at 11:31 AM
    Good points, Steve & John.
  • by Sean McGillicuddy Mon at 8:09 AM
    Who me ..
  • by Forrest Scott Wood Mon at 12:12 AM
    Some recent rail news:
    In mid-March Alstom officially announced the completion of its first ‘Prima T8’ (WAG 12) two-...  more
  • by David Maynard April 22
    Hence the name "Armstrong Turntable".