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    HOexplorer

    Building the Pinacle Creek Mining & Timber Co. RR

    Thread Starter: HOexplorer

    This is my opening thread on the PCM&T. It is a small mining layout in SE Alaska up one of the fjords. It is October 1931. Shown is the woodworking being done over my old N scale layout. This layout will have three levels. The highest level will be reached by a switchback. There will be two...

    Last Post By: dmirguy 06-23-2017, 12:50 PM Go to last post
    bnsf971

    Running Bear's Coffee Shop LXV

    Thread Starter: bnsf971

    This is the new place. Don't forget to wipe your feet, and shut the door to keep the A/C in.

    Last Post By: tootnkumin Today, 05:02 AM Go to last post
    logandsawman

    New Layout for LASM

    Thread Starter: logandsawman

    My first question is, do the delayed uncouplers work, like the magnet that goes under the track, manufactured by Kadee, Bachmann, ? ; and has anyone tried the hump in the classification yard? So the uncoupled cars roll into the classification area? KJC has posted a folded dogbone design that...

    Last Post By: logandsawman 06-23-2017, 10:01 AM Go to last post
    Hawkesburytrain

    Hawks NEW "MHO Junction" layout

    Thread Starter: Hawkesburytrain

    Hey everyone, October is just around the corner and I should be starting with my new layout soon. I'm still finishing my basement, still about 1-2 weeks of work. For now, here's an almost final design. Since I'm not very electrically knowledge, I need help. I have a NCE Pro 5 system...

    Last Post By: Hawkesburytrain 06-25-2017, 04:28 PM Go to last post
    Mixy

    SCARM - Simple Computer Aided Railway Modeller

    Thread Starter: Mixy

    Hello dear friends, I want to introduce my freeware layout design program, called SCARM, which you can download and test from http://www.scarm.info/index_en.html. It has lightweight and intuitive user interface, 3D view, more than 25 track-system libraries and many other cool functions and...

    Last Post By: Mixy 06-24-2017, 02:20 AM Go to last post
    steveparkinson

    Steve's SOCAL BNSF layout

    Thread Starter: steveparkinson

    Hello all, I am new to this forum and glad to be a part of it. I am looking forward to learning from others and picking up great tools/tips to incorporate into my layout as it takes shape. This is technically my first layout, I started this layout several years ago as a project for my son and I...

    Last Post By: steveparkinson 06-25-2017, 08:23 PM Go to last post
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    tootnkumin

    Running Bear's Coffee Shop LXV

    Tim has really hit the jackpot with this video, published 3 days ago. Steam in Slovenia, aboard a vintage train. 35 mins, but if you can pull yourself

    tootnkumin Today, 05:02 AM Go to last post
    NYC_George

    Prototype Locomotive Questions.....

    At golf yesterday I ran into a machinist that worked at Brewster engine house. He wasn't an electrician that actually do the cleaning but thought he might

    NYC_George Today, 04:46 AM Go to last post
    tootnkumin

    Z Scale???

    Oh yeah, and it runs on 3mm gauge track.

    tootnkumin Today, 04:08 AM Go to last post
    Bruette

    Running Bear's Coffee Shop LXV

    Bruette Today, 04:06 AM Go to last post
    bnsf971

    Running Bear's Coffee Shop LXV

    Good morning. It's overcast and 64.

    bnsf971 Today, 04:00 AM Go to last post
    tootnkumin

    Z Scale???

    Z, that's big stuff, try T scale, 1:450

    tootnkumin Yesterday, 09:28 PM Go to last post
    tootnkumin

    Stupid diesel Locomotive question....

    The first mainline diesels on the NZR were the English Electric De class (very original eh!) and were built to be run cab forward. The replaced the Wab

    tootnkumin Yesterday, 09:12 PM Go to last post
    Bruette

    Running Bear's Coffee Shop LXV

    Sherrel I'm glad to see your posts, great picture, but I can't get the disturbing image of that malformed goat out of my mind. Poor guy, which one would

    Bruette Yesterday, 07:58 PM Go to last post
    kbkchooch

    Running Bear's Coffee Shop LXV

    Good evening Gents,

    Not a whole lot going on here today, just a regular w*rk day.

    Eric Love the lazy S&%@* thing, looks

    kbkchooch Yesterday, 06:08 PM Go to last post
    otiscnj

    La Mesa Model Railroad in San Diego California

    On the bucket list.

    otiscnj Yesterday, 05:31 PM Go to last post
    otiscnj

    Baldwin 'Babyface' Interest Survey

    Might be interested in a CNJ version.

    otiscnj Yesterday, 05:30 PM Go to last post
    otiscnj

    Stupid diesel Locomotive question....

    Although it is not exactly your question buy some railroads liked to operate their units long hood forward, vs short hood forward. Long hood forward

    otiscnj Yesterday, 05:28 PM Go to last post
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