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  • by Pete Thornton 11 minutes ago
    Bob, that's a Bronson-Tate Mason Bogie cab, I think.  B-T also makes a cab for the 4-4-0 which is available from Jason at T...  more
  • by Bill Barnwell 1 hour ago
    Nick, perhaps he ment 
    gonkulator
    [common; from the 1960s Hogan's Heroes TV series] A pretentious piece of equipment that a...  more
  • by Shane Stewart 1 hour ago
    Thanks Guys.
     
    No hot tub Cliff. That's not really my thing. One of the previous owners did have one on the section I removed.
  • by Neal S 2 hours ago
    That's some amazing vinyl cutter work, Cliff and Dan!  I have the other brand of vinyl cutter, a Silhouette.  Very hap...  more
  • by Bill Barnwell 2 hours ago
    Thanks Nick, certainly enjoyed looking at your train, great goods looking especially like the tender, is it powered? Thanks for ...  more
  • by Jerry Bohlander 3 hours ago
    I like it Pete, seems to have nice depth and picked up the 3 dimensional highlights around the windows
     
    Jerry
  • by Joe Zullo 4 hours ago
    Sorry to hear of your computer woes.
    I know from first hand experience how much equipment a lightning strike can fry! I hope you...  more
  • by Randy Lehrian Jr. 4 hours ago
    Kool!   Now I have to get some equipment ready.  I'm very eager to run something.
    See you Saturday
    -Randy
     
     
  • by Ted Brito 5 hours ago
    thanks dan. I believe they were copper coated first also. I figured an abrasive would wear the nickel off if it’s too abra...  more
  • by Neil Wiggins 9 hours ago
    Thanks Cliff, they sure are strong, the engineer in me is gonna buy that every time..  I mainly do the stringer approach so...  more
  • by Ted Brito Sat at 4:34 PM
    You would think with all the old barn/farm sets made years ago that there would be at least some 1/24 samples around. I haven&rs...  more
  • by Dan Pierce Sat at 3:19 PM
    Part of what I was atttempting to do is warn sellers that these markings exist and a customer can demand a return for mis-inform...  more
  • by Pete Thornton Sat at 2:41 PM
    I got back from my trip to the Poconos and the weather is still cooperating, so more paint and progress.  The stove is Accu...  more
  • by Derailed Sat at 2:19 PM
    Could run some masking tape along the rail tops, spray, then pull off the tape.  
  • by Rick Marty Sat at 10:33 AM
    Pete Lassen said:
    Rick Marty said:
    Korm Kormsen said:
    Well said Korm but let's not leave Chuck out of the group. Take a look her...  more
  • by David Marconi,FOGCH Fri at 2:47 PM
    Better safe and healthy Andy There will be others
  • by Bill Barnwell Fri at 10:58 AM
    By golly there it is must have looked at it a dozen times and never noticed, thanks, BB
  • by Eric Mueller Fri at 1:27 AM
    Beautiful!  I am so envious of your plantings!
  • by Pete Thornton Thu at 11:03 PM
    [Edit] I was asked about an old pic of my gas filler rig, and found all the photos in this had disappeared when I accidentally d...  more
  • by Mickey Kelley Thu at 7:46 PM
    I bought mine years ago direct from Disney.  There was a major mess up and multiple trips to a Disney store to exchange and...  more
  • by Fred Ottusch Thu at 6:07 PM
    Looks nice Bill. Have you thought about joining the Lakeshore Garden railroad Club?. Looks like your layout is inside.  Wha...  more
  • by Chris Kieffer Thu at 3:13 PM
    Union Pacific was quite prolific in the 70s with Aluminum Paint and Black strips on their MOW equipment.
     
     
    Before th...  more
  • by Don Sweet Thu at 2:57 PM
    The download speed takes about 30 minutes on the on new ULT engine files. The bell, whistles & photos anywhere from 30 seconds t...  more
  • by Joe Zullo Thu at 11:49 AM
    The"Tower"coupler,introduced in1892,was the first fully-automatic coupler in existence up to its time. It was unique in that it ...  more
  • by John Lenheiser Wed at 11:24 PM
    Dan Pierce said:The schoema (2061) roof is approx. 1/4 inch shorter than the Davenport (2063).  Note that the LGB track cle...  more
  • by Rick Marty Wed at 10:56 PM
    Bruce Chandler said:
    Rick Marty said:
    Thanks for the additional pictures Bruce.
    Dick really wanted us to save the long trestle b...  more
  • by Bob Cope Wed at 6:59 PM
    Nice new loco Vincent, she will look fine with a string of euro style coaches tagging along.
  • by Joe Loll Wed at 6:32 PM
    I wouldn't bet on MR as the new go-to Garden Railway resource. 
     
    1. I've heard from a good friend (a former GR editor...  more
  • by Vincent D'Agostino Wed at 5:05 PM
     
  • by Bruce Chandler Wed at 3:40 PM
    My own personal favorite inspired this building
    One of my first outdoor structures and I used marine plywood for the frame...it'...  more