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Thread: Here's how to keep the dust down

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    Default Here's how to keep the dust down

    For those modeling the more modern era, here's an interesting idea for a model (though I wouldn't add the water ).

    http://www.homemadetools.net/forum/a...-17#post102727
    Kevin

    General Manager
    Red Oak and Western Railway Company

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    Pretty interesting machinery.

    Willie

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    It is interesting and would be novel to replicate ... if at all possible.
    Cheers,

    Tony
    (aka wombat457)

    "...knowing what to do is one thing, being able to do it is another..."

    http://www.modelrailroadforums.com/f...Indoor-N-Scale

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    I knew they sprayed the coal loads to keep the dust down, but I didn't know there was a glue base to it.
    Ken
    When ya absolutely positively need model railroad fun, choose the D&J Railroad.


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    Very interesting - I did not know that they were wet down at all!
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    Sherrel
    I am starting to think I will never be old enough to know better!

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    I wonder how it works in winter....?

    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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