It's the Grand Trunk - so it must be pre-CN (1919 or earlier).
That's a beautiful video, Thom!
Happy new year from Canada, and may you have a nice 2020 with lots of health, good times and plenty of trains!:)
Now that's a classy ride!:cool:
"Sir, can you please help me. The darn thing doesn't want to start..."
I resurrected an old project I wanted to build - an Arduino-controlled DC power pack.
It came back to life when I was diagnosing an engine and...
Interesting and a half - plus taxes...:cool:
At first glance it looked like an outhouse on rails...:confused:
You got that right. Those old masonry buildings have a certain air of history, soliditiy and warmth that glass and steel and concrete don't have.
Great photos all around.
Including some rare beasties (NW5s) and a cute Katy switcher that looks darn good for her age.
Those newfangled horseless carriages... :confused:
Another question - where's the starting crank?o_O:cautious::D
Cute little GP20. But she sure has a lot of bling added!:p
Kinda looks like it got kitbashed with some GE 70 tonner parts here (cab, part of...
Serious layout envy... :love::ROFLMAO:
Man, that is gorgeous...
With a nice shelf layout inside to keep the big inner kid happy...:cool:
That's one cool Alco switcher!:cool:
And what did they do to that poor old RS-1? :eek:
No more stack, no radiator fan... demoted to a slug?:cry:...
Just turned 56 a couple of weeks ago. I got hooked at 10.
My dad built a 4x8, then shortened it to 4x6.5 (all HO). I was on hiatus from about...
My, my... you've been busy.
That's one fine looking bowling alley there. Beautiful work!:cool:
That's one classy engine.
Doyle has impeccable taste!
The photo of 844 is nicely complemented by the couple next to it, holding hands, as if going to climb aboard for a trip down Memory Subdivision......
Model railroading is a quite social hobby - look what we do here!:cool: