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  • by Bill Barnwell 36 minutes ago
    Well the real reason you have to use them is that they are your secret weapon!
  • by Bob McCown 1 hour ago
    Hey folks
     Over the last couple of weeks, the site has experienced odd slowness, usually in the evening.  I've been tr...  more
  • by Devon Sinsley 1 hour ago
    lol the only thing that would make that picture better Rooster is if that tea was a bottle of Jack Daniels.
     
  • by Al Pomeroy 3 hours ago
    Dylan,
    for some reason I cannot send you a message. please contact me. I am very interested in the parts you have made for the C...  more
  • by Rick Marty 11 hours ago
    Yes,
    Remembering our large scale departed friends, unfortunatly there is way to many of them.
    Thanks for sharing the story.
  • by Ron Hill Mon at 8:52 PM
    You have been on the road a lot sound like it David.
  • by Cliff Jennings Mon at 8:39 PM
    Great points Dave, thanks for that. I'll try to remember them when I bring out my Aristo plow. Force doesn't always scale down t...  more
  • by Ken Brunt Mon at 7:19 AM
     
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  • by Rooster November 29
    Ric Golding said:
    Pete,
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    Obviously the Box Cab can earn its keep.  Great sound!  Thanks for the build log....  more
  • by Devon Sinsley November 29
    I'm hanging in there Doug? And track laid??? Am I supposed to be laying track? 
     
    I have been working on Christmas pre...  more
  • by Pete Thornton November 29
    The proper solution is a voltage regulator, and I found a little board that outputs 12V from anything up to 35V. We will see how...  more
  • by Stan Cedarleaf November 29
    So glad to hear that you've recovered, Mike..   Nasty stuff..  Keep getting stronger..   
  • by Korm Kormsen November 29
    over the years i noticed, that non electric driven LGB switches work "stronger" (with more resistance to cut them open) in one d...  more
  • by Eric Mueller November 29
    Dave,
     
    The boys and I did some fiddling this morning.  We could move the turnout a little bit, but then we would have...  more
  • by Korm Kormsen November 28
    i still prefer incandecent bulbs for their softer light. their big advantage: when hooked to an H0 regulated transformer, one ca...  more
  • by Pete Thornton November 28
    I finished my little caboose in the spring, and it is taking up space that I need for the next project.
     
     
    The thread...  more
  • by Jim Rowson November 28
    Pete: Thanks for the ideas on how to keep things in place. I like the corrupt threads. Simple.
     
    As to adjustments, my main...  more
  • by Dan Pierce November 28
    I unscrew the slotted screw holding the siderod mechanisims to the axle.  Then I remove the front and rear motor block scre...  more
  • by Peter Lewitzke November 27
    Excellent photography of a beautiful railroad.  Thanks for sharing Shawn. 
  • by Jon Radder November 27
    Well - I guess my price was right because #12 got snapped right up by a guy who lives not far from Bob and Stan. He advertised I...  more
  • by Lou Luczu November 27
    Thanks, Ken. As I remember every Thanksgiving, going to the church service (I think there were 7 of us) and then to the Mess Hal...  more
  • by Sean McGillicuddy November 27
    It will do ok ...but you have to be patient and cut a little @ a time it will bog or bind.
    I just lower it down and take a quick...  more
  • by Jon Radder November 26
    As I continue to get excited about a move to RailPro, I find that I have several unused G-Scale Graphics Railboss Plus Hobby boa...  more
  • by Andy Clarke November 26
    Richard Mynderup said:
    Andy, that is what I'm planning to do...I'm thinking of going all the way to where that lantern is hangin...  more
  • by Jim Rowson November 26
    Jon:
     
    Sounds interesting and I'd love to tinker with them if you are offering. I'll send a PM. Thanks!
     
  • by Jon Radder November 26
    As of this morning RLD still has some of the code 250 clamps, and aluminum clamps in code 332.  Listed on the Closeout page.
     
  • by Jon Radder November 26
    If you have not heard, Robbie is having a Thanksgiving Weekend sale. On-Line only.  7% off website prices on purchases $250...  more
  • by Eric Mueller November 25
    If you want to try the PLAYMOBIL route, the recently reissued the longhorn skull with a couple of Wild West figurines.  The...  more
  • by David Marconi,FOGCH November 25
    Great work Dennis. They'll look great in place Jon.