by Ken Edmier
Photos by Ken Edmier and Tim Frederick
GA-191 brake-end detail. Note horizontal brake beam and low-mounted brake cylinder.
GA-191 End Detail & Assembly
For the GA-191 class, the brake air tank is mounted on the left ...
I've been away for along time and you folks that asked me to join or become friends, l wasn't ignoring you.
I was wondering if the fellow who started this site would be interested in starting a parts depot.
A place where members could trade, buy parts that they hav...
Just like my US-Diesel calendar, here comes the one for the narrow gauge and steam buffs. I like to share my free downloadable calendar available at my modellcom-blog. Sorry, but the site is only in german, but you may use the translation function to get a little idea about what is going on there (r...
Same procedure as last year! I like to share my free downloadable calender available at my modellcom-blog. Sorry, but the site is only in german, but you may use the translation function to get a little idea about what is going on there (railroads, real and model and cardmodeling).
The calendar i...
The HO layout at the Baltimore Society of Model Engineers was about 55 feet long, with a city at one end, farms and small towns in the middle, and wooded mountains at the other end. One year I added a set of four bears --one standing next to a tree with one arm raised, one standing on all fours, and...
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SAT.JAN 10 2015
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