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  • by Rick Marty 21 minutes ago
     
    We were out early this morning, before it got hot, running some trains.
    Here are a few pictures of No.9 dragging a string...  more
  • by Ted Brito 3 hours ago
    Cliff, I’ll ask the plater what the whole process consists of and post it.
  • by Rooster 5 hours ago
    Dan,
     I understand ....played around with the SD motor block with a PA a few years ago.
     
    https://www.largescalecentra...  more
  • by John Lenheiser 5 hours ago
    Wanting to put DCC into a LGB 2063 single powered diesel. Having Tsunami in my HOn3 engines and happy with it I was wondering wh...  more
  • by Korm Kormsen 5 hours ago
    nice.
    what i most liked, was where the loco is mirrored in the water.
  • by Rooster 6 hours ago
    Michael,
     If you are planning on running the Amfleet cars with USA streamliners you will be disappointed. The P40 will work...  more
  • by Rooster 6 hours ago
    Welcome Trent
  • by Dave Meashey 6 hours ago
    Must be my age - was in my late teens in the early 1960s. When I see the word "Drag," my mind jumps to the old "hot car" songs o...  more
  • by Trent 7 hours ago
    Hi All,
    I know this is a crazy post - but I have to ask anyway!  I managed to pick up a Pole G Scale Reichenbach kit on eBa...  more
  • by Cliff Jennings 7 hours ago
    Drooling over that control panel...
  • by Derailed 9 hours ago
    How do I set up the LM7809 circuit?  Can I tie both the lamps and the smoke into this same circuit or will I need two? ...  more
  • by Pete Thornton Fri at 12:27 PM
    So, question, did you paint the two sides on different days, or times of the same day when the humidity changed significantly? P...  more
  • by Ted Brito Fri at 9:54 AM
    Dan, are the 63120 brushes the correct brushes for those plastic holders? Years back I bought a bunch of lgb stuff from a guy an...  more
  • by Ray Dunakin Fri at 1:18 AM
    I'm sorry to hear of his passing. My condolences to his family and friends.
  • by Ray Dunakin Fri at 1:06 AM
    "Have you ever been up to the Saline Valley Salt Tram?"
     
    Thanks! Yes, I've been there a few times, even shot some dro...  more
  • by Mickey Kelley Thu at 10:34 PM
    John Caughey said:
    Larry Otis said:
    John,
    As I explained it is not mine. As I stated in my original post the person who owned it...  more
  • by Korm Kormsen Thu at 7:36 PM
    welcome over here!
  • by Pete Thornton Thu at 7:00 PM
    Almost done. Time to add the combine steps and windows, which would have got in the way until now. The nails (bolts) in the step...  more
  • by Rooster Thu at 6:54 PM
    Ric Golding said:
      If you can join us for some Large Scale Operations, contact Ken.  He's pretty friendly
     
    &nb...  more
  • by Rooster Thu at 6:46 PM
     
     
     
    Ray,...  more
  • by Pete Thornton Thu at 2:10 PM
    Jim Stapleton has a complete stair walk-over at the exit of his steam-up bay, not too different from the one above posted by Dav...  more
  • by Chris Kieffer Thu at 2:05 PM
    Steve Weidner said:
     
      I suspect these were barged/shipped to Washington and then loaded on the truck.  Hope thi...  more
  • by John Lenheiser Thu at 8:25 AM
    I have to say, Knock on Wood, that all my eBay purchases have been what I purchased and in a few cases I got more them I expecte...  more
  • by Dan Pierce Thu at 7:28 AM
    Free free to contact me about how you want to customize the decoder, I have been doing Zimo decoders for over 10 years for Trainli.
     
  • by Eric Mueller Thu at 2:17 AM
    Update:
     
    Roofing material on hand...  I also added some foam strips to the shed's interior to give that impression th...  more
  • by Ted Brito Wed at 11:04 PM
    Thanks Eric. I did read your thread a while back but missed Dans comments on the ties UV ability.
  • by John Lenheiser Wed at 12:09 PM
    I know this is an old post, but I have the same set lettered M of W so can go with any railroad. I only have the 10 car set, no ...  more
  • by John Lenheiser Wed at 11:42 AM
    Looking to purchase or trade for a LGB 2062, this can be any of the versions that LGB produced, would prefer the U S railroads o...  more
  • by Ken Brunt Wed at 3:34 AM