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  • by Mike Toney 3 minutes ago
    My battery powered LGB/Kalamazoo/Lionel LS engines have just a simple on/off toggle switch, with battery voltage being set to a ...  more
  • by Eric Mueller 14 minutes ago
    All:
     
    Thanks.  The pictures I have show the roofs as GAP described them.  The vertical surfaces show no clear se...  more
  • by Mike Toney 54 minutes ago
    It wasnt enough, been dry as a bone ever since.  We might get some rain late Sunday or Monday.  We are in a drought he...  more
  • by Ric Golding 5 hours ago
    The SM-2's name is what I was looking for.  Thank you very much.  Yep, I have run in to the backwards wiring before.&n...  more
  • by Todd Brody 10 hours ago
    I am trying to contact the various garden railroad groups in California for distribution of a new, free, eNewsletter.  ...  more
  • by John Lenheiser 10 hours ago
    Dan Pierce said:
    The side rods have simulated oil/grease caps that should face up.  I switch the wheel sets end to end to k...  more
  • by Pete Lassen Fri at 9:24 AM
    Nice !!!!!! Those turned out just awesome, the chip/scrap cars look just like some of the ones I have seem around the west coast...  more
  • by Sean McGillicuddy Fri at 4:57 AM
    Pete Thornton said:
    The handle is a wooden dowel with some pipe insulation added.
    At that length and weight, I'd be very worried...  more
  • by Chris Brancato Thu at 10:57 PM
    What SF boxcar is it? May be interested in that one.
    thanks,
    chris
  • by Rooster Thu at 6:19 PM
  • by Mike Toney Thu at 2:47 PM
    One of the old Beck 0-6-2 green Helene live steamers is also on my wish list.  Something to pull my LGB Euro stuff.  &...  more
  • by Mike Toney Thu at 1:27 PM
    duplicate
     
  • by Gary Armitstead Thu at 1:25 PM
    Vic Smith said:
    I sure hope they can get ahead of it this weekend. Santa Ana winds are returning next week. 
    Hey Vic,
    Becau...  more
  • by Derailed Wed at 8:58 PM
    I will try and focus on this during the weekend.  Been busy with kids practice and studying for my securities license exam....  more
  • by Tim Wed at 8:49 PM
    lessee...Hawaii is dang hot, at least by Alaskan standards.  Add in locomotive crew next to a hot boiler...yep, they'll lik...  more
  • by Dan Hilyer Wed at 8:20 PM
    Wow, what a great face lift, Mikael.  You did a terrific job.  Thanks for sharing.
  • by Dan Hilyer Wed at 8:14 PM
    The layout has really matured, Ken.  Great photos.  Thanks for sharing.
  • by Dan Hilyer Wed at 8:06 PM
    Ray, I've spent about the last hour catching up on all of your great adventures.  What magnificent scenery and wildlife.&nb...  more
  • by Wesley Stewart Wed at 5:44 PM
    I read where the early model Bachman Lyn was geared for speed, while the later model was nicely geared.
    So when I see one on eBa...  more
  • by Vic Smith Wed at 10:55 AM
    Update I found another small mound, sprinkled some of the magic powder at dusk and no more ants.
  • by Bob McCown Wed at 8:42 AM
     
    Deal possibly pending
  • by Dan Pierce Wed at 6:53 AM
    At Kingston station in Rhode Island and Mansfield station in Massachusetts, Acela trains pass by at 150 mph (241 km/h).
    When you...  more
  • by Rooster Tue at 7:06 PM
    Boomer K. MOGWAI said:
    My thanks to all.
     
    I had guessed it was you John but I could not find it searching your posts. Gonn...  more
  • by Kevin Strong Tue at 1:54 PM
    I'd go with the larger 4-amp decoder, definitely, on this one. The 2-amp boards are okay for 1-motor locos which will not be pul...  more
  • by Pete Thornton Tue at 1:53 PM
    The wheels turned up today from Slaters, and I have to say they are beautiful. The top one is 3/4" diam (1'3" in 1:19th scale) a...  more
  • by Matt Russell Mon at 9:05 PM
    Thanks Ric! I hope you and Jan are doing well. I miss all you guys!
     
    Hmmmm....Cuz, I wonder who has some Amtrak just sitti...  more
  • by Cliff Jennings Mon at 7:30 PM
    Those look great Pete!