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    The Century foundry kit... The building looks...

    The Century foundry kit...
    The building looks like it can accommodate 2 Geeps so that could be ok. You'll also need a store for caboose supplies and servicing.
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    The Century foundry kit...

    The Century foundry kit...
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    Definitely better without the stack. A couple of...

    Definitely better without the stack. A couple of sheds or offices, parts on pallets (brake shoes and stuff) and general 'junk' would be appropriate. The building would likely only do general light &...
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    I personally prefer the D&RGW narrow gauge...

    I personally prefer the D&RGW narrow gauge coaling facilities-

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    I was thinking the same thing......

    I was thinking the same thing......
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    Yes or a foam brush, trimming the chisel point to...

    Yes or a foam brush, trimming the chisel point to tie length, cutouts to go around the rails. Just randomly dab on the track before ballasting. If your going to use the airbrush idea, maybe a mask or...
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    Hi collins, Welcome to the forum!! And as Allen...

    Hi collins,
    Welcome to the forum!! And as Allen H. said, the Moose is lurking hereabouts, photos (particularly of steam locos) and purdy flowers are his weakness.

    That's an ambitious plan you...
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    A Happy and healthy New Year to everyone here...

    A Happy and healthy New Year to everyone here from the other side of the world.....despite the distance, we're all friends and family here on nSn :wishes::wishes:
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    Looks good Allen. It's not noticeable with the...

    Looks good Allen. It's not noticeable with the gaps filled in and the tie width won't look different when ballast is applied.
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    Well, if Moose got coal in his stocking, it'd go...

    Well, if Moose got coal in his stocking, it'd go straight in the firebox....>:-} :lol:
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    I know how you feel. Seems like when you turn 55,...

    I know how you feel. Seems like when you turn 55, the warranty's expired and everything goes pop....It took me 2 months to get through a work medical (admittedly it was during Covid and most placed...
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    Looking great aflica!!

    Looking great aflica!!
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    Paul left his belt sander on....:lol:...

    Paul left his belt sander on....:lol:
    http://www.iricen.gov.in/ModelRoom/modelroom/101_Wheel%20Burnt%20Rails/02.jpg
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    Started on the HCD today. Over the last 10 days...

    Started on the HCD today. Over the last 10 days I've been cutting 25mm (1") hollow square aluminium tube to make the rear frame, still have the top and front frame to go. The plan is a 'shadow box'...
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    That's an impressive station. Despite all the...

    That's an impressive station. Despite all the issues you had with the kit, the result seems worth the effort.
  16. Excellent work!!

    Excellent work!!
  17. Thread: 1940s diesels

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    The class 1 railroads used switchers on smaller...

    The class 1 railroads used switchers on smaller branchlines that had a weight restriction, light rail or bridges. That's something to keep in mind.
    My diesels will do mainline runs when steam isn't...
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    In the early days, many switchers weren't MU...

    In the early days, many switchers weren't MU equipped, the railroad still thinking steam, looked at diesels as a single unit, replacing a single steam locomotive. And even those who were MU capable,...
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    Happy birthday mate!! https://www.nscale.net/forums/mysmiliesvb/mysmilie_2576.gif
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    Atlas also released a VO1000 and S-2 in Pennsy,...

    Atlas also released a VO1000 and S-2 in Pennsy, with or without DCC. E-bay's the obvious place for one, but you can check with hobby shops too
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    Not being a Pennsy fan, I don't know how accurate...

    Not being a Pennsy fan, I don't know how accurate this table is but it could be some use to you...
    https://jbritton.pennsyrr.com/index.php/tpm/445-diesel-locomotive-timeline
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    Are you looking for switchers or road diesels?...

    Are you looking for switchers or road diesels? That will pretty much determine your options at the moment...
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    Every time I see this thread title I keep remembering the Hindenburg....
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    If you have to join 2 lengths of flex track on a...

    If you have to join 2 lengths of flex track on a curve, first join and solder the joiners while straight then curve the track, it'll minimise any possible kink at the joins.
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    Ok thanks. The fixed tender trucks were what...

    Ok thanks. The fixed tender trucks were what concerned me the most.
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