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  • by Bill Barnwell 1 minute ago
    yep, these were all 2010,2020, or 2015 at 1 time or another   Great runners
  • by Gary Buchanan, FOG 26 minutes ago
    The NYC was into containers fairly early on, here is one from one of the Car Builders cyclopedias. An earlier car with fewer riv...  more
  • by " Rooster " 1 hour ago
    Dan Hilyer said:Devon, I hate to rain on your parade, but I don't believe HP was around in 1890 
    Ya' know I was curi...  more
  • by Cliff Jennings 1 hour ago
    Here is (was?) his F scale indoor layout, 
  • by David Maynard 1 hour ago
    Devon Sinsley said:
    I can't leave you guys alone
    No. I told my supervisor at my last job that I am not supposed to be out withou...  more
  • by Ken Brunt 4 hours ago
    Cleverness abounds...................
  • by Red 8 hours ago
    Thank you.
    When Barry shipped me my drives he sent me dimensioned drawings which looked very similar to what Greg has posted. No...  more
  • by Greg Elmassian 9 hours ago
    Big difference in the number of them out there... lots of Aristo locos that sold in the $400 to $600 range.
    A lot fewer o...  more
  • by Devon Sinsley 10 hours ago
    Doc you seem preferential to cranes and loaders
  • by Dan Hilyer 10 hours ago
    Dang, the back looks better than the front   and your weathering on the barrel looks much better than mine 
  • by Dan Hilyer 10 hours ago
    Dave Taylor said:
    Oh... BTW, I learned early on in my car building career , Save the underside st...  more
  • by Ric Golding 10 hours ago
    22 February, 2019 - The Ridge Live Steamers is having their Winter Meet this weekend.  Great fun!  Over a 100 people w...  more
  • by John Passaro Fri at 8:42 PM
       Here's another video, Ross and Alan:
  • by Andy Clarke Fri at 8:13 PM
    Have to agree, a very nice well constructed set of cars..     
  • by " Rooster " Fri at 7:25 PM
    Lou Luczu said:
    Please display at the table in "The Alcove", then to the D&B.
    Possibly the Alcove if it's finished.
  • by " Rooster " Fri at 7:14 PM
    One simple stupid note that you will understand. Perhaps your conduit is pushing upward when closing because you don't have it s...  more
  • by Greg Elmassian Fri at 6:29 PM
    I found the video from Loco Lee (Lee Wheelbarger) and it was only 4  LEDs, my mistake.
  • by Eric Warhol Fri at 5:05 PM
    When I did my PS2 hopper I also found that going from HO scale weathering to G scale weathering was difficult, it's a much bigge...  more
  • by Mike Toney Fri at 1:24 PM
    Updated the add, dropped the price a bit and broadened the trade catagory a bit.    Mike
  • by Richard Mynderup Fri at 1:15 PM
    I appreciate all the advice...believe it or not I'm starting get a better idea of how this all works.  The issue with the L...  more
  • by Andy Clarke Fri at 11:52 AM
    Nice work...   
  • by Alan Lott Fri at 11:27 AM
    There are others and maybe more to come.
  • by Jim Rowson Fri at 11:17 AM
    Great looking railroad!
  • by Joe Zullo Fri at 9:11 AM
    " Rooster " said:
    Balls deep!
     ...  more
  • by Dan Pierce Fri at 7:51 AM
    Finally found the reed sensor at
    ML-Train 80501013
     ...  more
  • by Ross Mansell Fri at 4:39 AM
    Seller  missed his true vocation of comedian.
  • by Pete Lassen Thu at 8:28 PM
    Mike these are incredibly helpful, I would love to do some things like this , so your build logs are sort of like a blueprint an...  more
  • by Jim Agnew Thu at 7:44 PM
    Make sure the transmitter and G3 are on the same frequency, if you had the G3 powered on without having the transmitter on, the ...  more
  • I believe that is the case as far as i know from family. I just don't have full verification of it just yet. But that was what I...  more
  • by Devon Sinsley Thu at 5:06 PM
    That looks dang convincing. Both yours and Dennis' in the link