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    Quote Originally Posted by ChicagoNW View Post
    print all your labels on a single sheet placed between the switches and the plexiglass
    That is a great idea..... too bad I already painted the plexiglass.


    Update on the Carshop Build, The floor has its base coat on. I will be adding some safety lines around the inspection pit hopefully this weekend. After the stripes, the walls should be going up soon!


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    Made A LOT of progress on the Control Panel. I was able to mount it on the module today. Now all that is left is to run the wires to the track feeders and construct a removable roof to hide it all.

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    We went shopping in Lancaster, which just so happens to have the closest Hobby Shop, so we stopped for a bit. It just so happens, they just received an N scale collection! What luck!


    Found a perfect station for my Nn3 loop. It just so happens, that this model matches a prototype from the actual line. With some work, this $2 station will look great!
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    I picked up this freight house for $5. Unfortunately the whistle doesn't work.... that will be a project for another day. I remember someone on here replacing the motor to make it better. I'll have to try to find that forum. Anyways, it will look great on my Roundhouse module.

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    Picked up some random cars for cheap. The crescent limited will most likely get repainted into other lines. The B&O's will receive some love, while the coal hoppers will receive loads. I also picked up a custom road name caboose and a LED circuit for my arc welder in the car shop.


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    There was several pieces with this road name: engines, freight cars, passenger cars, and this caboose. I am assuming that they were someone's prized pieces at some point. Kind of a somber moment when I thought about it more. Seeing how I model Appalachia, I decided to buy a part of someone's custom road to live on in my fleet.

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    I'm not allowed to shoot off steam, nor even clang the bell. But let the damned Train jump the track, and see who catches hell!


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    If powering your tracks with DC, you might put Bi-color 2 lead LEDs inline with your track switches. That way you can prevent accidents. Cool thing is that you don't have to stick with R/G. There are other color combos.
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    I use LEDs for switch indicators

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChicagoNW View Post
    If powering your tracks with DC, you might put Bi-color 2 lead LEDs inline with your track switches. That way you can prevent accidents.
    We're DCC. Right now, the orientation will be the indicator for if the track is live or not. Don't think that I could have fit LEDs in there due to space restrictions unfortunately.

    Quote Originally Posted by ChicagoNW View Post
    Cool thing is that you don't have to stick with R/G. There are other color combos.
    Being Red/Green Colorblind, that is a necessity!


    Quote Originally Posted by epumph View Post
    I use LEDs for switch indicators
    I've been wanting to come up with something similar for our Kato switches on the mainline. Something like that is do-able.

    We aren't using the KATO switch controllers, so the wires were snipped. So now I am forced to use something mechanical like your method.
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    I used R/G LEDs and DTDP switches - one side carries track voltage to the frog and the other is for the +/- 12 volts from a wall wart.
    The LEDs are 3 legged -- one for each color and one for the common.
    I think the components came from Mini-tronics.

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    We had a work session at my place this past weekend to work on the Club's module.


    We went from this:
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    To this:

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    After fixing some damage from storage, we made a lot of progress on the scenery and added the hardboard. We plan to complete more scenery before the Club show in December.



    I decided to go make another pilgrimage back to the hobby shop (added another hour drive time yesterday to the club meeting) in hopes that they had went through the N scale items that they recently took inventory of. I was excited to see that they did and it was all marked low to be sold quickly!

    I picked all of this up for a little over $40.

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    -KATO straight tracks (future modules)
    -Industrial building
    -Station
    -Small water tower
    -Tree stumps
    -Ice Cream Vendor and people
    -2 Packs of Street signs
    -Industrial Smokestack
    -Random bag of detail pieces
    -Car Washer
    -Dummy Couplers
    -MT trucks w/couplers
    -Metal Airplane kit


    It is rare for me to find used N scale items, so the time to buy them is when you find them!


    Water tower will fit perfectly with Nn3 loop station.
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    Industrial Building for somewhere on the Roundhouse module
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    Station for Roundhouse module (needs some work).
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    Industrial smokestack.
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    Took a vacation day yesterday to move the modules into the mall to prepare for our Holiday show. Unfortunately, there was some damage during the trip. The worst of it was the Turntable's piece that connects to the motor's shaft broke. Add that to the list for things to get done before Railfair.......

    Though that put a damper on the day, the set up and moving went well. I also was able to get pretty far on the scenery for the Return Module.
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    Also finished the base for the carshop build. Now that the modules are at the mall an hour away, I will be focusing on this build and the Nn3 loop scenery.
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    My friend honored(?) me by putting a car lot on his layout after me. I questioned honored as he has me selling VWs ................. out of a Hot Dog trailer!

    FREE HOT DOG WITH THE PURCHASE OF AN VW! If that doesn't sell cars, I am not sure what will?!
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    Bo, do you have a '66 or earlier bug in red or green? And I'll have some chile on that dog.
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    Wow, those trees are really selling it! That is certainly looking like some B&O territory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by el Gato Gordo View Post
    Bo, do you have a '66 or earlier bug in red or green? And I'll have some chile on that dog.




    Quote Originally Posted by WP&P View Post
    Wow, those trees are really selling it! That is certainly looking like some B&O territory.
    I am really pleased with how it is turning out already. Other then the small little wire trees and the ever greens, the rest of the trees are pine cone trees salvaged from a friend's layout (the guy who did the VW car lot).
    When converting over to Bendtrack, he changed from Chessie/Conrail to modeling the BNSF and MILW. Changing roads also meant changing terrain. So, I bought all of his salvaged trees and they are looking GREAT on this module. In this picture is about 1/3 of them.
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    Took a little break from trains over the Holidays. Just now getting around to going through some pictures after a run session this weekend. The mall is being kind enough to let us stay set up, so we are trying to take full advantage of it!

    My little engineer's first Railfair. We're running the train while the conductor for the day gives us orders.

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    ORVSR module & Town module


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    Roundhouse and Yard Module.

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    B&O e6 thundering out of the tunnel.

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    Shay up on the elevated line. This will become a programming track.

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    Steam x 2!

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    Had the em-1 out running a 60+ car coal drag. Like the prototypes, these n scale versions can sure haul some coal!

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    Nothing better then to follow up an em-1 coal drag then a wagontop caboose!

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    Last weekend was spent at the mall where our Bend Track layout is still set up. A couple friends and I spent the whole day together running trains, working on layout issues, and enjoying each other's company

    The result of a partially closed switch. Made for a great shot!

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    I didn't run my normal long coal drags, I instead ran small local freights and a couple passenger trains. Here my B&O consolidation pulls a small train around the layout.

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    I really like the street running section of Debbieville! Just need to swap out those modern cars with some period correct ones for a photo shoot sometime!

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    Horses admiring the new John Deeres.

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    I wanted to take pictures of every module that made up the layout this year. It is hard to believe this is the third year with the Bend Track standard. Every year the scenery progresses and new modules are added. This year's layout measured 35' x 12' with over 8 scale miles of mainlines. One of the things we love about the bend track is all of the mainline track. It is not uncommon to have upwards of 6 trains going on the 2 mainlines and they are not on top of each other.

    Anyways, back to the module pictures..... These are not from our show, so they may not be "show ready".

    I'll follow the outside mainline, so they will be in the order as if you were walking/ viewing the layout.

    I'll knock mine out to finish of this post due to the picture limit. You've all seen them if you have been following this thread.

    My Nn3 loop / end module. (I need to come up with names for my modules).

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    Roundhouse/ Yard module.

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    The town module.

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    The Ohio River Valley Scenic Railway (ORVSR) module.

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    Transition module from standard (right side of the module) to the non standard track spacing for Kirk D's Bend track home layout. Kirk makes up the most of the layout.

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    Kirk is a fan of the Milwaukee Road, so he added a grade to the "Milwaukee Line" that has several industries on it. Very picturesque module!

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    The next module over begins the Milwaukee's downgrade section. This section has a lumber industry on it. A great module to catch the trains coming out of the tunnel portal on the mainline.
    Module owner: Kirk D.

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    Here is where there will be a power plant. Noticce the milwaukee line continuing down grade towards the front of the module. What I really like about Kirk's set of modules is that the mainline doesn't just ride along the front of the module, it snakes through valleys and around bends. Sometimes disappearing from view. Here the Milwaukee line is on the outside of the module.
    Module owner: Kirk D.

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    This corner module is where the Milwaukee line starts/ ends the grade up the hill. Along with a pond and some industries for switching, there is plenty to look at on this module.
    Module owner: Kirk D.

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    Next module is Hayes Junction named after a fellow club member. This module not only has an interchange on the inside mainlines, but it begins the impressive staging yard on the outside mainlines. Will make for some great operations and photo ops when it is has some more scenery.
    Module owner: Kirk D.
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    The next module continues the staging yard. This yard is great to have for shows as we can store trains in there without having to remove them. I forget the capacity of it, but it is impressive when it is full!
    Module owner: Kirk D.
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    -- I missed getting a picture of the module between these two. Will have to come back and add it when I get one.--


    The next module is the end of the staging yard on the outside, and has Debbieville on the inside mainlines. A great place for pictures!
    Module owner: Kirk D.
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    The last module of Kirk's is a transition module to get his mainlines back to the standards spacing. He uses all of his modules for his home layout, so it works out great for him. All he had to do was create a transition module for each end of his layout and it becomes part of our modified Bend Track layout.

    In the picture below, the standard track spacing is on the left while it hooks up the the non standard spacing on the right.
    Module owner: Kirk D.
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    One of the new modules to the layout this year. Though it is in the early stages of being built, Peter is a whizz at scenery, so I expect this to be very well done when he it is complete. He is planning a small station, interchange, and a sleepy little railroad town.
    Module owner: Peter H.
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    And the other end of the layout's return module is a rural farm scene. Jason has big plans for this module. There will be an active farm complete with pastures, a farm house, and some crops.
    Module owner: Jason D.
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    We have decided to attend two additional shows this year. The first being the Lancaster Hobby Expo in Lancaster Ohio in March, and the second being the Ohio N scale weekend in May. We hope to bring this layout in its entirety to the Ohio N scale weekend as long as they have room for us. The Lancaster Hobby expo will most likely be only my modules due to it being a one day only show.
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    Been working on my turntable and 3D printing in my free time. The turntable has been repaired, now onto some detailing of it.

    I will be 3D printing some of the detail pieces for it..... railings and the arch way across it.

    Turntable being loosely modeled after the Connellsville, PA turntable.

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    Other 3D modeling items:

    Pallet jack, canoe, and open crate (all from Thingiverse) and a shelving unit from my design sitting on a quarter.

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    Shelving units with bulk aggregate storage bays from my design.

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    I set this up to print not really expecting it to turn out..... boy was I surprised!

    This was an HO model from Thingiverse. I scaled it down to N scaleish and printed it. Still blown away by how well it turned out!

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    The turntable arch came out great. I was wondering how the lattice pattern would come out..... nailed it! This printer is still impressing me.


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    All of those look great! By the way, what is the function of the turntable arch? I've never seen one before.
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    @el Gato Gordo

    In 1:1 scale, it was used for power to the turntable. At the top of the arch, there is a cable that is used to transfer power to the table from a fixed position off of the table.

    In 1:160, it will just be for looks.
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    Finally finished up a project for @wvbuzzmaster

    Sorry it took so long Casey, but the caboose and tanks came out great in my opinion!

    The FVM caboose is a fantasy scheme that I painted and decaled up for Casey, and then printed him off a small gaggle of N Scale Sherman tanks.
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    I have a similarly WWII themed caboose to do for myself.....one day.


    Been working on hand rails for the turntable. I think that I am just about there......

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    (all of the little "barbs" on top of the handrail are the supports from the printer and will be shaved off)
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    I wasn't too busy this weekend with model train stuff..... but my printer was!

    Rev 3.
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    Rev 5.
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    Can anyone guess what I am working on?

    Here is a hint.......

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    Bo D.
    B&O Keyridge Subdivision
    I'm not allowed to run the train, the whistle I can't blow. I'm not allowed to say how fast the Railroad Train can go.
    I'm not allowed to shoot off steam, nor even clang the bell. But let the damned Train jump the track, and see who catches hell!


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