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    I didn't have to Google that...is it showing my...

    I didn't have to Google that...is it showing my age?
    Who remembers PT73? -without the Googling
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    Yes, or a fillet in the joint. An exothermic...

    Yes, or a fillet in the joint. An exothermic reaction takes place (generates a small amount of heat) and the glue absorbs the crystalline structure of the powder, slightly expanding but it's tough!!...
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    Yes, cost is all relative, I hope to be in a...

    Yes, cost is all relative, I hope to be in a better position soon but then I won't need the wiring for a while. Still, hopefully the next few days will see this sorted for me, then the chaos begins...
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    @schedule22...

    @schedule22, that's a very nice job you did, the brickwork is excellent.
    One thing that works well with walls, if they're held in position, some baking powder or bicarb along the joint then run...
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    Tim R, I've looked at a few different local...

    Tim R, I've looked at a few different local places and the prices aren't more than a few dollars difference, things are just that much more expensive here. Such is life...:-/

    Model kits are just...
  6. It's like everything else, uses and drawbacks....

    It's like everything else, uses and drawbacks. Sometimes you just gotta think outside the box....
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    Yep, throw away! The more the merrier! ...

    Yep, throw away! The more the merrier!




    Yes, on my old HO layout I used heavy stranded speaker wire. It was a clear insulation with a black trace on one side which was always the engineer's...
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    Here we go again......:slap-head:

    Here we go again......:slap-head:
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    Good to see you again mate. It's understandable,...

    Good to see you again mate. It's understandable, life does occasionally interfere with modeling and the pursuit of trains. I hope all is resolved to your satisfaction.
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    I was looking at some 18AWG for the feeders and...

    I was looking at some 18AWG for the feeders and heavier speaker wire for the main bus wire. Red, black & green are what's available without hunting all over the place so that'll do me, the green for...
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    Feeder comparison

    I'm about to buy some wire of various colours for feeders, having found I don't have nearly enough of my old stuff (not to mention it's way to big for N scale).
    I'm considering something like this...
  12. @ el Gato Gordo, thanks for that! Very...

    @ el Gato Gordo, thanks for that! Very interesting item, essentially the same purpose as the bus bars I have but all in one neat unit.
  13. Ok, is there internal connection to each screw...

    Ok, is there internal connection to each screw terminal? just asking as it's not visable in the photos...
  14. Do you mean terminal strips or bus bars? These...

    Do you mean terminal strips or bus bars?

    These...
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    Yep, what he said.......

    Yep, what he said....
    https://www.shapeways.com/product/HF4ERVEA9/n-1-160-tardis?optionId=58459223&li=shops
  16. I'm just starting my trackwork and using Kato...

    I'm just starting my trackwork and using Kato Unitrack but with flextrack (Peco) as needed. You just can't get a gentle scenic curve any other way. Also using some speciality pieces, like the Peco 3...
  17. I got through the Cat1 medical easier than I...

    I got through the Cat1 medical easier than I thought but now I have to do a 'stress test' this coming Wednesday. Just thinking about it is giving me stress.....
  18. Looks great Bremner. Glad to hear your nice 2-8-0...

    Looks great Bremner. Glad to hear your nice 2-8-0 is a success.
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    Been working on and off on a couple of projects....

    Been working on and off on a couple of projects. The roundhouse is the largest. A couple of days ago added the first of the Chooch stone siding, now I need to do the interior walls and floor. Most of...
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    I had a fleet of log cars a while ago. Used...

    I had a fleet of log cars a while ago. Used Gorilla glue for some of the couplers, not thick, just a smear on the bottom of the centre beam. As for the trucks, I got a truck mounting set off E-bay...
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    Happy birthday mate! https://www.nscale.net/forums/mysmiliesvb/mysmilie_2551.gif
  22. Working on my Kato turntable and roundhouse

    A little while ago I was able to get a Kato turntable and 2 of their modular 3 stall roundhouses. I chose the Kato turntable as it was long enough to fit my engines and was reputed to be a reliable...
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    https://www.nscale.net/forums/attachment.php?attac...

    https://www.nscale.net/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=111178&d=1590751630
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    Rock Island had repowered RS3s as did MKT. ...

    Rock Island had repowered RS3s as did MKT.
    http://www.rrpicturearchives.net/showPicture.aspx?id=2016087

    Couldn't find any NYC units like that, their RS3 rebuilds seemed to be END repowers with 2...
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    Great looking trestle!! I have the Burnt River...

    Great looking trestle!! I have the Burnt River mine kit as well, will be watching your build with interest...
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