I've taken a couple of the Marklin standard caboose's, and used the Zeletory conversion with Micro Trains trucks and couplers. Pretty easy to...
Dang, that's some cheap entertainment!(y)
Especially if it turns out well.
Yes! Even crappy pics!:D
I've read before that it's a good practice to recharge at 50%, versus most of us use it till it's dead! I've had phone guys tell me that too,...
Man, that is just great you and your friend got to get up close and personnel with the biggest steam of all times!! Your buddy is a grinning ear...
I can almost smell the paint on that caboose!:D
"Today will be more interesting, taking a old buddy, 74, in declining health to see this big brute. He hasn't set hands on one since 1954-5 when...
Good stuff!! (y)
I saw somewhere that the 4014 is coming soon in N-scale, in it's restored form like it is today, even with the 3985's tender!
She's looking real good with some road grime on her too, looks like she's fresh off of Sherman Hill!:rolleyes:
Wow, simply amazing!!
Looks like a bigger scale locomotive now!
And it's a real beauty too, just can't pony up that kinda' cash.....o_O
MP15AC would be a great addition to Z-scale, I could use a couple in Milwaukee Road.
Maybe that's your next venture?
She's a beauty!!(y)
Yeah, whatever those are, they're heavy!
I see Korea, hopefully NOT N. Korea!!:eek:
And those flatcars, I don't think I've ever seen one with that many trucks, they're really heavy duty!
That's what friends are for, someday he may need your help with something.(y)
Depending on how fast the train was going, wouldn't that string kinda' hurt at higher speeds?? Especially passenger trains going as high as 79mph,...