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    Default Running Bear's Coffee Shop LXVII

    This is the new place.
    Mind the fresh paint, and check your cups for sawdust.
    You're never too old to do something stupid.

    Terry

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    Thanks TERRY. Need to open the windows and air the joint
    Oh heck, coffee pot aint been cleaned yet. I'll do it-Flo is busy.

    Phil

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    Boy Terry - You're right on top of things. This deserves another rail photo.

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    CHET- Liked the previous one better. Reminded me of my first layout. Flex track is wonderful.

    Phil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flip View Post
    CHET- Liked the previous one better. Reminded me of my first layout. Flex track is wonderful.

    Phil
    Mine even had the fiber ties!
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    Sherrel
    I survived Charles Tillinghast & Carl Ican
    Here, hold my beer!

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    Memories...

    Flex track, fiber ties, brass rail joiners and what's ballast?

    And, painted plywood top.

    Greg
    THE MILWAUKEE NORTHERN

    Transporters of Wood, Coal, Ore and Anything Else

    Est. 1983

    HO Scale

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    Where the SOO, Milwaukee Road, C&NW and Wisconsin Central Meet


    Charter Member of the Fallen Flags Model Railroad Club

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    Sounds like we're going back into the dark ages of our childhood. Name:  Grin.gif
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    Quote Originally Posted by montanan View Post
    Sounds like we're going back into the dark ages of our childhood. Name:  Grin.gif
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    No, horn hooks were the new modern standard. Dark ages are when kits came with dummy couplers because each vendor had there own style of hook that didn't work with anyone else's. The Baker's were trying to become the standard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by montanan View Post
    Sounds like we're going back into the dark ages of our childhood. Name:  Grin.gif
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    ...mounted on the truck and not on the body!
    - ken in Maryland

    Never let a Rainy Day go to waste!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron Horseman View Post
    No, horn hooks were the new modern standard. Dark ages are when kits came with dummy couplers because each vendor had there own style of hook that didn't work with anyone else's. The Baker's were trying to become the standard.
    What were the Baker's? ... I'm thinking of the one's with the metal circle - what were they called?
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    Sherrel
    I survived Charles Tillinghast & Carl Ican
    Here, hold my beer!

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