I was there!!! The Free-mo N layout were my sections!! That was the first public display of my sections, I had a great time!! There a couple of...
Ringaboy and Mohawk make RR t shirts, check those out. Pretty cool designs. Ringaboy does not do CP railroads,, copy right B.S.
You guys are rookies,,lol.
I use an excel spread sheet, multiple pages
Rolling stock 1554
Piggy back trailers 60 approx...
I store my current layout (15 free-moN sections) about 120 locos, and 800 or so freight cars in my garage in central Texas. Have not had any...
I was there at the show. Heck it was about 6 miles from my house.
I came away with 8 covered hoppers. Came home from the show, clamped my FreemoN...
UPB, that track plan is a reverse loop, but I like it!!! Just takes some special electrical considerations.
Keep it up!!
Life's a garden,...
First let me digress about Hair metal.
I would call me a listener of good music. Here lately I am listening to some Canadian metal bands....
Are you using solid or hinged point rails?, If solid,, how well are your solder joints on the throw bar holding up?
I wonder if you could make/print an alignment jig/fixture?
The jig/fixture could be used to ensure alignment on the joining faces during...
It's a RRRSERD
Railroad Rolling Stock equipment re-routing device.
It's a SWITCH!! . On the CNW back in 93-94, we called it a SWITCH, as in " throw the tower pocket switch so we can take beans" The tower pocket...
One more thing,
The WD means Water Displacement ( straight from the WD40 web page)
From the MSDS sheet on wd40
Aliphatic Hydrocarbon 45-50%
Petroleum based oil <25%
LVP Aliphatic Hydrocarbon 12-18%
Carbon Dioxide 2-3%
I just used 1/2" cabinet grade plywood like Birch. I...
Here are some pictures
I hope these help.
I use the wood type on my 16 FreemoN sections.
Just like Karl I use the rockler type adjustable foot, they have a pretty good adjustment range....
Has any thought about using the trainworx adapters?
I have some saved " rainy day projects"
Am i really going to be able body mount 1400+...
It just takes a steel ruler and some spikes. They do straighten out, it just takes some work is all. I am sure you can handle it.
What did I miss??
I have not had a chance to test the pulling power yet.
I do know, I think the sound is pretty good.
That is all,
I got mine the other day. Kind of made me upset,,did not fire right up. The board was not making contact with the frame. So I had to do some...