Good call George! (y)
+1 for using shellscale decals for number boards. Like them better than microscale.
My opinion, the Red Caboose are the best. The MT ones need to be lowered - they sit too high - and the side panels are not as nice as the RC. I...
Loopty loop for now, waiting to get the room addition finished to start the new layout.
I have to have something to run trains on, I went for a...
Ok Joe, that's what I thought. I will commit to a set. If it includes cars that don't fit my modeled era, then there is always selling them on the...
Joe, please explain the sets. ie, how many cars in a set, what cars in a set, ect. I'm a little confused at what I'd be committing to.
Oh man. This is hard. All are good, the weathering and all. But it's a contest for graffiti, so that's what I gotta choose by.
I had fun participating in the last go around that Mark Watson had started, but I don't really care if I get any more than just pictures from the...
wow you all have done an AWESOME job on all these cars!! (y)(y)
No problem cgw! (y)
We had that in the past. My old layout was one of the "stops" the car had. It was fun! Should totally do it again!
Quick search found these pics from a few years ago.
Doh! Forgot about that!
I'll see if I can find some on RR archives.
4427 PS hopper
I put in from Jan 1st 2014 thru Jan 1st 2016 for search time frame. Looks like they are still rolling!
man, I had to go dig through some old emails to find Denny's last name. Denny Turani. Found his SP coast line videos on vimeo.
Here's the one you...
Ben, you are looking for Denny's blog on his sp coast line layout. He was from Italy. His blog and layout are both gone. Enzo had copied Denny's...
Yes, post merger, but there was still quite a bit of unmolested Frisco cars still roaming the rails.
+1 for me. Anything FRISCO that would have been on the rails in the mid 80's like covered hoppers.
Scale Models Division was the company, run by a guy named Serge Lebel, but unfortunately the company is no longer around. The friend I'm building...
Craig, are those individual numbers on the end? That is quite the steady hand you have if so!