Take 2

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Not one to be discouraged, we push on. So the Seuthe 117 did not perform as I thought it would. So ... on to the next one. This time I used a #7 for O and G scale. Well it sort of works. Need more / bigger holes in the roof. It was smoking all out the bottom, with the small holes there .. GRRR ... So on we go. This should work sez here ..

Only now the yellow / orange dye on the flashing lights is dissolving with the smoke oil all over the place. the #7 spits like crazy and guess where the oil is going?

Just need more work on this project - or something else.



The Aerojet


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Just imagine what the walls, floor, ceiling, drapes and furniture of that house looks/feels like in that G scale Hudson video. The owner of that house and train "set" MUST be single. Would add new meaning to just "slipping" into bed.
Do you have room inside to enclose the lights in a small amber plastic pill bottle? You might even cut the bottle down to reduce the size.

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