Most states have a highways website now. I found all my striping info by Googling. States offer this info for historians and modelers.
Personally I hate using plastic for protection for my trains. Are you protecting them from little hands or what? If you are wanting to stop trains...
Today is my 75th birthday. My last two photos are posted today. Photography and scenery are my thing. The first photo is one you've seen before....
I got the mine loco and cars ready for Monday moving.
Welcome back. As for forgiveness, that is not in my power!
Getting near the end. I really think this is one of my best. It is hanging in my trainroom as well.[ATTACH]
Most of the above will do 15" curves. I try never to go under 15" just because it looks better. Use that 15" track as a template if you use flex...
I use Scenic Cement spray right out of the bottle for years. No issues.
You could also buy some Woodland Scenics 'Earth and Green' paint and mix the two into a color you want. It won't look phony and should look pretty...
I walk away for a day. Then back to work to solve the issue.
Another favorite. In Z scale this time.
Hey, I know many of us are watch football, but we need some more good photos.
Hi all, I started model railroading at 60, not knowing that I had any skills. I got photography skills through the years climbing and sailing....
A month until I'm 75. In these last weeks here are some of my favorites. I'm retiring. [ATTACH]
Waiting for the engine.
Excellent work. I've followed you through the years and I'm always impressed. Jim
Children these days!