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  • by Greg Elmassian 2 hours ago
    Rooster if I don't throw you a bone every so often, life would not be this fun!
  • by Dan Hilyer 2 hours ago
    Looks like the crew knows what they are doing.  Is it as long as it looks in the picture?  18" or 24" level?  
  • by John Passaro 2 hours ago
    John Bouck said:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qSwU3Rwau-M
     
       I have to admit as soon as I they said no one w...  more
  • by Jim Rowson 2 hours ago
    Todd:  Interesting. I may explore that in a future project. Too far along on this one...
     
    Thanks for the idea!
  • by John Caughey 4 hours ago
    Hmmm that sheet rock is 1/2" and wax paper .007" aprox.
    Adapt!
    I chalk it up to Priorities and my sister calls it madness....
  • by Devon Sinsley 5 hours ago
    Todd,
     
    Pay attention its gonna have a giant tea pot
  • by Todd Haskins 5 hours ago
    That is a neat tool Jon.
    I have used a wood burner to score lines in foam before but I think your router setup will be more prec...  more
  • by Devon Sinsley 6 hours ago
    Dave I am following with interest on your construction technique. I would like to build several 1:20.3 box cars in wood but my o...  more
  • by Martin Sant 6 hours ago
    It freaks me out how much power we have in such small packages these days. For ten bucks. Pretty cool.
  • by Chris Kieffer 6 hours ago
    Oops, didn't see this was already posted earlier.
  • by Dan Hilyer 7 hours ago
    Devon Sinsley said:
    Maybe not. I like the idea of battery cars. I don't use them yet but I see the merit opposed to on board bat...  more
  • by John Caughey 9 hours ago
    Devon Sinsley said:
    I have an idea for you ( I hope we are at a place where I can poke fun at you and your condition ) you ...  more
  • by David Maynard 10 hours ago
    Sure. I learned in HO, and then went to N, then to 1:48, then to large scale. Sticks and glue work about the same, no matter wha...  more
  • by Bill Barnwell Tue at 3:21 PM
    Devon Sinsley said:
    Basically the same exact way as you are describing Bill. On this project I used two different materiel to ac...  more
  • by Joe Zullo Tue at 2:54 PM
    Shawn Viggiano said:
    Great pictures everyone.  Im having no issues with seeing photos, everything comes up on my ...  more
  • by Greg Elmassian Tue at 1:28 PM
    Interesting, the first one in the list, on the first page at the top of the page shows the Carizzo Gorge wooden bridge down here...  more
  • by Jerry Barnes Tue at 1:02 PM
    Clever of you Bill, I'll keep an eye out for a good base.
  • by Devon Sinsley Tue at 12:08 PM
    Dan,
    you are becoming the truck guru.
  • by Pete Thornton Tue at 11:55 AM
    Greg,
    Your concept of foam skimmed with plywood reminded me of the structural foam core I once saw on TV.  I found a good d...  more
  • by Devon Sinsley Tue at 11:32 AM
    Bill Barnwell said:
    Vic, you're just like Devon, you guys need to go play with the big kids, Great build
    Vic is one of my inspir...  more
  • by Sean McGillicuddy Tue at 9:33 AM
    I wonder how the fair grounds made out with the last snow storm ..
  • by Andy Clarke Tue at 9:15 AM
    Looks like it will work, Jon..   
  • by Sean McGillicuddy Tue at 8:19 AM
    Eric Mueller said:
    Looking good!  Lucky for you, you have the white stuff.   Our beer has to disappear a lot quicker!
    ...  more
  • by Eric Mueller Tue at 1:25 AM
    Scott,
     
    I will now add "Rubbermaid inserts" to my list of "junk" that has garden railroad applications!   Thanks for ...  more
  • by Waldbahner Mon at 5:45 PM
    Yes Dan, all is made from round bar, using lathe and milling machine.
    After some research, I found some space inside the frame t...  more
  • by R.J. DeBerg Mon at 4:04 PM
    Well the incline RR in Chattanooga is still in operation and is the steepest passenger railroad in the world. Grade at 72.7% . Later RJD
  • by Bill Hunteman Mon at 3:25 PM
    I have the plywood version of the coach and combine kits.  Have assembled the coach kit, just needs some paint and decals.&...  more
  • by Cliff Jennings Mon at 3:09 PM
    Thanks Tom, I missed that. 
     
    Martin, it's funny, but OP defaults to purple, I guess it's a brand thing. Thanks, and w...  more
  • by Richard Mynderup Mon at 1:42 PM
    Thanks for the links!!  I am ready to get started building the "time saver" and giving the scouts a fun challenge.  We...  more
  • by Eric Mueller Mon at 1:19 PM
    Devon Sinsley said:
    Eric,
    Two things:
     ...  more