Candy, If you notice most of the advertisers are N scale too.
I found a couple of pictures of the station in Camp Douglas, Wisconsin taken in the early 1900's. Thought I would share.
I am modeling in the 1950's from Tunnel City to Portage. I live 6 miles north of Camp Douglas, but work in the CD feed...
Well those pic's were tasty!!!!
Wow Bob, nice piece of hardware!!
No problem!! :thumbs_up:
Ken, I don't know the exact date of the kit but the instructions were printed in 1948.
Mark, When I seen the picture of it and how close to the...
Same thought I had Ken, but they had over 300 of them.
Here is my HO scale model of a milw. tall cupola caboose #01265. prototype picture can be found in the MRHA book Wooden Caboose by Jeff Kehoe....
Wow, I can't believe I never posted a picture. Here is the finished model minus the numbers.
Great find, I like the pistons laying next to the diesel. :thumbs_up:
Sorry to hear about your battle, glad you made it back OK, you too Ken!!
But if you guy's think you had it bad just think how that caboose feels!!
All I can say is that it was there so I had to model it!!
I have a Bachman Spectrum 10 wheeler but with no sound, very detailed nice looking engine. But guess what, mine does the same thing!!!...
The next building in Camp Douglas is the Hudson Dealership. The dealership was in use during the late 1940's into the 50's.Here is what the...
I would have to say that your attempt was a success!!
Well thanks for the compliment Johnny, didn't know you were following along
Figures, I will miss the La Crosse show. Spent my extra cash in Madison last month. Maybe catch you next time!!
Do you live in La Crosse? I am...
I don't know about out west but here in Wisconsin the Milw. built and owned a whole lot of buildings and warehouses. The feed mill I run was...
Sorry to be late with this, I just noticed it. My condolences to the family, he was one of the GOOD guys. Really going to miss seeing Snuffy Smith...