Here's a link to a recent walking tour of the Boonton line, between Montclair and Jersey City, with numerous photos....
The one I have looks ten times better. Do you suppose I could sell it for ten times that price?
Rather than a rheostat, you could buy the following throttle:
While it shows the input voltage as...
The aftermath of CSX 5555 versus Komatsu: http://www.rrpicturearchives.net/showPicture.aspx?id=2634554
I'd recommend using Kato Unitrack.
You can buy a starter set with an oval of track and a power pack/controller or get the pieces individually.
Not set up this year, yet, but for about the past thirty years I've had one of these LGB sets - plus a powered tender and a few of the annual...
Or, maybe this is their "15 minutes of fame" before they get hustled off to Gitmo.
The NYC had two A-B-A sets of steam generator equipped F3 locos for use on the New England States trains that ran through the Berkshire hills....
The NYC had 14 E7B units, roadnumbers 4100-4113.
Most earlier photos seem to show only a pair of E7 units on the TCL.
Some later photos...
Look for locos that are described as either 'DC' or 'DCC-ready'.
DCC-ready locos have a socket so that a decoder can be installed to make them run...
CR 8682 still runs as ADMX 8682 at a plant in GA.
Non-stick coatings don't have an infinite life.
I usually take my eggs scrambled, and it's easy to tell when the pan's non-stick coating is fading...
With a good non-stick fry pan or skillet and a sufficient amount of butter, you shouldn't even need a flipper to make eggs over easy.
Either that or he was trying to plate a full stack all at once.
Both the 8126 and the 3352 behind it still exist as NS units.
The 8126 is NS 5309 and the 3352 is NS 3043.
So sorry to hear about the demise of your pancake flipper. :(
No way can you hope to survive without the availability of such a mission critical...
Here's the $1,200 view.
Some Bill, WY humor: https://mycountry955.com/the-top-5-things-to-do-in-bill-wyoming-yep-there-are-5/
Here's some more modern equipment at the Princeton station:
While the branch line was known as the PJ&B, the train itself was referred to...