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  • by Bill Barnwell 22 minutes ago
    built from 2015 LGB, Lionel 0-6-0 cab, tender is scratch built from styrene sheet tank is 2/3 of a 0-4-0 rogers engine 
  • by Eric Reuter 22 minutes ago
    Jon Radder said:
    Not disputing your math Eric, but isn't a simple capacitor a High Pass filter?
    Jon, I understand your comment n...  more
  • by Dave Taylor 39 minutes ago
    with about 650 Sq. feet of "Sail" , and probably empty, out in the open,  sideways to the prevailing, and nothing holding i...  more
  • by Joe Zullo 39 minutes ago
    Nico,
    That turned out great!
  • by Greg Elmassian 1 hour ago
    On the speakers, you might be able to/want to use the lower profile FRS7's, which while a 2.5" speaker, often will fit in less space.
    Greg
  • by Greg Elmassian 1 hour ago
    Mik, just Mik, not Mick... just keeping his memory...
     
    Greg
  • by Greg Elmassian 1 hour ago
    Vic, I have found a line of nice weatherproof storage enclosures, that you can get pretty darn inexpensively, move the clutter t...  more
  • by Greg Elmassian 2 hours ago
    Put a loop of G scale on a ride on flat car, and run your battery loco there!
    I have a Z scale loop running on a G scale flat ca...  more
  • by Greg Elmassian 2 hours ago
    Ditto... the benefit to time spent ratio is just too low... maybe when I retire and have nothing else but time. Greg
    Korm Kormse...  more
  • by John Passaro 3 hours ago
    Todd Brody said:
    Looks just like the one we had when I was growing up.
    Happy Chanukkah.
     ...  more
  • by Dan Pierce 5 hours ago
    If I wanted to know the year of manufacture of the Aristo rolling stock, I would just look at the end for the Aristo logo and th...  more
  • by Eric Mueller 13 hours ago
    Dan,
    Thanks again.  I also received the following from TrainLi:
    Take a picture and particularly pay attention to the crank ...  more
  • by John K. Saunders Tue at 7:36 PM
    outstanding work!
  • by David Maynard Tue at 5:34 PM
    When I started in large scale, I asked around about the recommended car weight. Yes, I modeled in HO and N before I became a gau...  more
  • by David Maynard Tue at 5:21 PM
    So they are on their way to the dark side, defacing other peoples' property.
  • by Devon Sinsley Tue at 10:51 AM
    Well here is the latest work. My nieces boyfriend/fiance/husband/partner whatever he is has a birthday in December. He is Athaba...  more
  • by Tom Stephens Tue at 10:18 AM
    All seems to be back to normal now. Must have been an Ebay thing.
    Tom
     
  • by Sean McGillicuddy Tue at 9:27 AM
    Very interesting stuff Burl..
  • by Steve Borges Tue at 2:43 AM
    I have spent hours watching videos like these and I am still amazed! Think I'll stick with the stadium trucks we have. Have a co...  more
  • by Cliff Jennings Mon at 10:53 PM
    Wow, that was some Saturday Jon! Thanks for those pics.
     
  • by Jon Radder Mon at 10:48 PM
    As of this evening everything has been breadboard tested and is functioning properly.  I stumbled for a bit on why the LED ...  more
  • by Robby Dascotte Mon at 10:21 PM
    We have the New AML high cube box cars in stock.
  • by Cliff Jennings Mon at 9:00 PM
    Yes indeed, David! And I'm glad to push onto the next stages of this. Specifically,
     
    Eave trim
    Cupola detailing...  more
  • by Joe Zullo Mon at 8:26 PM
    Here is the code for rotating the photo ( you have to reverse the height and width dimensions).
    img style="image-orientation: 90...  more
  • by Ric Golding Mon at 7:00 PM
    Doc Tom,
    Very nice!  I've seen tea lights used as a flickering fire in a barrel.  Ahh, but that's in Largescale, you c...  more
  • by John Caughey Mon at 6:57 PM
    Doug; Not since you've talked about it ... Dave's pretty good at keeping a level playing field.
     
    Since this is MY lol thre...  more
  • by Ric Golding Mon at 6:28 PM
    Sean McGillicuddy said:
    At lest we know Tom wasn't involved ... Very nice Jim  !
    Sean, I got that.  Jim, Nice work!&nb...  more
  • by Greg Elmassian Mon at 3:26 PM
    And as the bearings wear, you can turn them 90 degrees and get 4 times the wear out of them.
     
    Greg
  • by John Bouck Mon at 10:55 AM
    Once crammed into a huge barn was the Bigfoot Canyon RR. Primarily logging and geared locomotives. Alas, the farm was sold and t...  more