I'll bet! That wood is probably very thirsty!
It'll probably work anyway. The connections between cars are more of a worry if they get broken.
Not thinning any of that. What are you looking for? I've thought about making castings of some of the cars I would want alot of.
I'd love to, but can't find anyone interested. My grandson raids the Gazettes but don't really care about the others..
Right? Really good.
Looking for ideas for HOn30 railroading, I found a link for this site.
If you're like me, you'll get stuck watching the author making a...
Lol, 40 years of crap I have dragged around that I have not used. And in the wrong scales. Stuff I saved for some reason I have already forgotten...
I did I think 1015's on mine years ago. Either 1023 or 1015 were what I put on alot of equipment. They ran with an F40PH as a demo train. There...
I know. Been busy with work and woodworking. To be honest I've not done a large amount of modeling lately but I'm getting the urge to do more now....
Get a hobby they said, it'll be relaxing they said..
Your talking set 60-1540? Yep
Phase VI, commonly referred to as Phase IVb, introduced in 2002, is used on most passenger cars. It retains the...
Fuel dock. Model in process. But for an island, you need to fuel the fishing boats.
You guys are welcome.
Another good source for info on styrene scratch building is Jack Burgess's article he wrote in RMC years back. Found it on the web tonight.....
And you haven't started it because? BTW, "I already have too many projects" is not an excuse..
Start there. Paints have changed, but you'll discover that the newer paint are really good. And fairly easy to get.
They did get some. I've seen them and other railroads all over the San Joaquin. Then around 2000+, click, they were gone.
So here I am having a senior moment.
The WoT 50ft PC&F boxcars, I remember seeing the BN/SF and Frisco cars all over the San Joaquin valley back...
Eugen, I think they were referring to Model Railroad Hobbyist.. Might try them.
The engine house is outstanding!