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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotian_Huntress View Post
    Uhmm okay I will ask what is the orange thing looking at the Departure Board?
    I have never asked. The Rheinland Bayern Bahn doesn't inquire about a passenger's race, religion, gender, or species. Everyone's money is welcome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scotian_Huntress View Post
    Uhmm okay I will ask what is the orange thing looking at the Departure Board?
    Looks like a very young @GOJIRRA
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    “Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience." George Carlin

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    ~ Moose (Co-founder of the Mt. Tahoma & Pacific Railroad, located some where in the Pacific Northwest)

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    Moose notice that ModelTrainStuff (aka MB Klein) has free shipping on orders over $100 until midnight tonight ... Moose needed another Peco track cleaner or two, and ummm, Moose will post Moose's latest shame when it arrives...


    PS Technically, don't have to post photos unless you have received items ... Just need to clarify so Moose not expected to moose stampede self. That really hurts! Wouldn't be so bad if Moose kept up with yoga and was still all bendy...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose2013 View Post
    Moose's latest shame when it arrives
    No shame in the buying of 'N' goodies Just a little explaining sometimes to the better half
    Thanks, Tom

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    I managed to order some Code 55 atlas turnouts. Was able to get 2 #5 ans 2 # 7 left hans ones. I did get a left hand micro engineering #6. I also got a1 left one right # 10 atlas turnout.
    Sexiest fat man alive.

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    This terrific book about The Milwaukee Road has been on my "Would like to have" list for many years. It's no longer in print, and can't be printed again -- the color plates went missing some time back.

    41yrDunGaAL._AC_SY400_.jpg

    Pulled the trigger yesterday -- $125 like new on Amazon.

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    @Paul Schmidt

    Looks like a nice book - congratulations!

    Now, when are you gonna let Moose borrow it? Hmmm?
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    Bought a couple things from Rich @spyder62 - given the awesome 30% off sale...
    https://www.nscale.net/forums/showth...day-shock-sale

    I thought the brick building might go well with a couple of my Walthers brick factory buildings.

    And some No-Ox, prompted by a recent thread here... if I can get my trains runnin' on time again (just running would be fine), then maybe I'll start doing some things again. Maybe.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose2013 View Post
    @Paul Schmidt

    Looks like a nice book - congratulations!

    Now, when are you gonna let Moose borrow it? Hmmm?
    Moose is funny! Me, loan out railroad books, oh it's too much. ..��.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Schmidt View Post
    Moose is funny! Me, loan out railroad books, oh it's too much. ..��.
    Drats! Foiled again...
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    I'm in the planning and (cardboard) mockup stage of a mining and logging mountain scene with an associated lumber mill and smelter. These are some of the kits that I picked up to go along with the scenes.

    N Architects: (1) Elton Creek Smelter, (2) Long Valley Lumber, and (3) Grover Cleveland Mine
    KMP Models: (1) Sawmill & Planer, (2) Willamette Loader Steam Donkey
    RSLasterKits: Woss Camp Water Tower



    I'll provide an update/description of how I planned/prototyped the new addition using a cardboard mockup in the Weekend update thread.

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    Me yet again. I saw Joe Desmond is planning a fire station on his Central Jersey Conrail layout and realized I need to have one on mine. There was one on the prototype near the warehouses I am modeling, so I figured that would work. Searched for a similar building and found this Express Parcel Transfer building from "Trains by Randy Brown"http://trainsbyrandybrown.com/ . Not a perfect match but close enough. Correct number of bays at least. Have to move the office/living quarters around to the back and replace a wall of overhead doors but it will work. The ambulance is correct but not sure what fire apparatus were there in 1983. This actually will solve a problem of what to put on one corner of my original 48" by 30" layout. Already started construction. Vehicles are currently in paint shop. Structure in assembly stage.
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    Next I took advantage of the great sale at RSLaserkits http://www.rslaserkits.com/and got "Foundation Sticks" that I had been meaning to try and some different roofing material for those branchline kits I bought earlier in the month.
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    Last, I went to that local hobby shop again. I have a bad habit of buying cars from the display case without checking if they are correct for my time period. I feel this obligation to build up his N scale sales so he continues to carry it. Hence the Conrail Thrall gondola which I will have to take back. The covered hopper came out in the late 70's so it is okay for my 1983 layout. The Labelle 107 is for those growling locomotives I have.
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    I really need to start budgeting my purchases.
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    I hit THE sale at the Hobby Emporium yesterday... AKA: annual 30% off sale!! I didn't plan on spending anything really BUT then I saw the B&M passenger cars............. picked up the following:

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    Will try to sell my old ConCor autorack to try and recoup at least SOME of the cost...
    www.newenglanddepot.net
    But... what if I don't WANT to weather it? Hmmmmmm??

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    Quote Originally Posted by NellsChoo View Post
    I hit THE sale at the Hobby Emporium yesterday... AKA: annual 30% off sale!!
    Is this Hobby Emporium up in New Hampshire? I used to go up there years ago, the owner was a member at the train club I belonged to.

    Joe

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    That's the one! GREAT shop and the only one left in my area... still a 35-ish mile drive.
    www.newenglanddepot.net
    But... what if I don't WANT to weather it? Hmmmmmm??

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    Thank you sir! Might have to swing by there sometime when I'm up in the area, it's a little bit more than a 35 mile drive for me!

    Joe

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    One of the many things I can't resist - Illinois Central passenger cars (I had 25 until now). These arrived last week:

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    Haven't taken any photos yet. But they are gorgeous!

    Dave
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    Quote Originally Posted by 56Pontiac View Post
    Haven't taken any photos yet. But they are gorgeous!
    Whaaa? No photos, no thanks! Post photos or suffer a moose stampede for- oh look, purrty flowers...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodeo Joe View Post
    Thank you sir!

    Joe
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    But... what if I don't WANT to weather it? Hmmmmmm??

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