I may be of some help there.
I'm local. I met you at Tyler's last Fall.
I noticed you have a 53' chip van but it would be great to see a 40' version for us late '60's modelers, if it's not already on your list.
Have you thought about the IH DCF-400 Emeryville Conventional? I'd really like to see the conventional version in the longer nose 104" BBC...
Most of his instructions can be downloaded and printed from their website.
Understood, but it would simply be a matter of flip-flopping those two turnouts.
Wouldn't the track flow a little better on the right of the Styrofoam if you switched those turnouts locations?
Put the right hand one on...
That's the area my family is from and where I lived for over 20 years, if you have any questions or specific interests, let me know.
One of those...
Former Chehalis, WA Milwaukee Road Depot
Yeah, I have a ground level shot of it but not here at the office.
Whoops, I lied. I did have this one.
This was really a yard office in Chehalis.
The former Milwaukee Depot in Chehalis was located kitty corner from the original location of this...
Former Chehalis, WA Milwaukee Road Depot in lower right corner
IMO, this wouldn't be the one I'd get.
That car actually belonged to my Uncle who had it in Mineral, WA for a time. I think he has since for all intents and purposes donated to the...
Pallet Knife in the Oil Paint section of any Art Store.
That is some quality scratchbuilding.
That would be all well and good if Athearn made SD40-2's in N Scale but they don't so...
If you're thinking about it, don't hesitate as Athabasca has announced he is closing up shop and may have already done so.
This one took some work as I removed the cab, tank and battery boxes from a RTR model and applied them to a utility frame.
It required drilling a...