Your workmanship is enviable. Everything looks precise and thought out. The elevation upon the swing door is a trick I've never seen.
Very persistent. I have found Bachmann locomotives, particularly the steamers, to have many such flaws and loose parts as
you described. I won't...
Those armchair model railroaders got us all beat.
That there Rail Zip is something I've not tried, but my friend swears on it. I run my finger...
That is some heavy gunk on those coach wheels. I'd try to manually rotate them while holding a lightly dampened Whal's oiled paper
towel to the...
Box Cab: I checked out your Train Orders Website. This is a facet of railroadianna I've never speculated on, and found your
"Brief History" most...
Wahl's Hair Clipper Oil, was something I first saw in an article in MR from sometime in the 80's, if I recall right, by Lionel Strange,
Well, the boys at the lab have been taking note:
The Influence of Wheel/Rail Contact Conditions on the Microstructure and...
Freight house looks amazing. Perhaps the addition of the ivy will meld the separation of colors you are seeing. Looks like
something I would have...
A dangerous derailment in HO.
I enjoy Tyco, and love to read about paleontology and geology, in the particular. And so, it finds
it's way into Armodilloville....
I ran some vintage Pemco and Marx for my own amusement today, and I marvel at how
well made this old Pemco unit runs. The Marx stuff...
A toxic spoof.
Remake a of a prior video, using different camera, angles, editing, background music, to see what can be
More irreverence in HO.
Nice example above. Not too deep, nice clean turnouts that correspond nicely with stubs.
The main limiting factor is to not get too happy with...
Found some more stuff to add to the pile, no shown are several additional curves
and an even number of straights, a couple of truck...
Relax, take the train. You're on PC time now.
Just for fun.