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    Re:Why Operations?

    The more I read the more interesting operations becomes. Operations don't have to be complicated. Putting in a special museum line on a modern layout gives us the possibility of steam combined with...
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    Re:HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN FOAM RISERS

    Exellent Idea!

    I was thinking about making something like that myself, but was thinking about making blocks for straigt and blocks for curves instead. The cuts makes bending easy, so that's what I...
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    Re:Insulfrog vs. Electrofrog

    The i-frogs are a bit cheaper and a bit easier to wire, but if you have the time and money to use e-frogs, the short locos will thank you.
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    Re:ANZAC Day (off topic)

    I've heard of Gallipoli.

    We seem to remember a lot about WW2 and onwards, but WW1 is sadly missing from most info-shows on TV.
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    Re:Trees 101

    Those trees look great!! I was told that trees like that was best bought ready made. You proved me right and them wrong :)
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    Re:Google Map Site

    Where is Europe??? :(
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    Re:Help with design

    The levels of the helix depends on how high up the second level will be.

    If you hide the first level, make sure you have access to it somehow, or you will end up with a "black hole" that eats...
  8. Re:Having to login with user name and password everytime

    This might seem like a silly suggestion, but from experience at work, have you checked your time and date on the computer? I had a big problem with cookies and antivirus and so on at work, and then...
  9. Re:DL109 Paint Schemes...Feedback Requested

    I think they all look realistic. From what I understand, a paint scheme can be any which way, right?

    I'm not sure how they fit into what is already done in real life, so I'll just comment on the...
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    Re:Roadbed or underlay options

    You're right about the shipping cost for AMI, but I haven't found anything like it elsewhere. The description of it remindes me of some kind of electrical tape that "vulcanises" when it's used. That...
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    Re:Roadbed or underlay options

    If I remember the Hatton website correctly, Peco also have foam underlay for at least some of the turnouts as well as ordinary track. I don't know how good it is though. It's Peco, so that might at...
  12. Re:The Track Gang is working overtime!!

    When planning the layout, a couple of cars and trucks is needed as well. It helps in making the roads the right size :)

    Read it in a magazine and bought a couple myself. They are sooo tiny. My...
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    Re:Switch Way Do I Go???

    Or... don't get it all at once. You can't build it all during a weekend. Make a budget.
    How much can you spare in a month?
    What do you need when it comes to scenery?
    What about the baseboard?
    ...
  14. Re:Pink/Blue Foam? Not in So. California!

    In Sweden I have only found the white stuff styrofoam, not the blue or pink. They have yellow that comes out of a bottle though. Should be OK for hills and mountains. We have plenty of isolation as...
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    Re:Vehicles - where oh where?

    Allan1010 - I read 2 UK railway magazines, but none is specialised in N. The ads with cars and trucks usually only include larger scales, or too modern cars.

    BikerDad - thanks for the link. I...
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    Re:Controlling Turnouts

    Are you wondering if it should be manually, with egines, or automatic?
  17. Re:My First reverse loop !!!! Help me God!

    I was getting a bit worried. :shock: Glad all is OK :)
  18. Re:My First reverse loop !!!! Help me God!

    There is also the sollution with one passanger car, the loco, and the other passanger car. Looks like the loco has be trapped :)

    I think that most end lines had a turn table to turn the locos....
  19. Re:My First reverse loop !!!! Help me God!

    Allan - I read about a couple of different sollutions to that, depending on the type of coach that was used, if it could break properly or not. They seemed to have been used mostly on local branches...
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    Re:Yorkshire during WW2

    Bryan - now I get it :). You have a good point, and I'll see if it can fit. I know the scissor crossing looks small, but the upper end of it is directly connected with the curve. Have you seen the...
  21. Re:building a terminal to off load gasoline and propane

    Hi and welcome to Nscale :)

    What area and time are we talking about?
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    Re:Yorkshire during WW2

    Thanks Bryan!

    Do you mean the scissor crossover? It's a pretty long piece so I can't move it up that much. You think I should have a third track beside it? Something for passing trains? I can add...
  23. Re:My First reverse loop !!!! Help me God!

    OK... I've been looking through my small collection of wire schemes, and I found this:
    http://www.nscale.net/index.php?module=photoshare&func=viewimage&iid=1658&viewkey=
    When a train...
  24. Re:My First reverse loop !!!! Help me God!

    When do you smell ozone? I think that if the air gets electrically charged ozone is created.
  25. Thread: Trees

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    Re:Trees

    Here's a tip I picked up when having reptiles...
    put the plants in the oven on fairly low heat (don't burn them) but hot enough to kill any bugs. Keep them in a couple of hours. This will dry them,...
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