john buckley: Hi all, I have a question,I have a new section of track that is on a mostly rocky surface. mMy question is what would be used for ballast? I'm intrested to hear how it would be done in "Reallife" tanks. You can see pictures of the airea in quest... moreHi all, I have a question,I have a new section of track that is on a mostly rocky surface. mMy question is what would be used for ballast? I'm intrested to hear how it would be done in "Reallife" tanks. You can see pictures of the airea in question my profile page. Thanks. J.B.
is close to giving up on drilling holes for grabs on his newest B60b. I've broken three (!) #80 drills in two days, getting sick of buying them. . . .
liam smith (pooled100)
Whoa, sorry if i forgot to reply to everyone here, I just kinda forgot this site existed after I took a short break from my modelling/ Railfanning.
Good morning all. Long time no see. I'm gonna be posting some stuff for sale after bit. Be sure to keep an I out. Check it out an if your interested or have an questions feel free to contact me. Thanks :)
good moring all how are things soory for not being on a lot just got out of the hospital had a heartatackbut doing good
I bought a used Bachmann GE B30-7 a few months back and ran it for the first time today. While it was running I noticed that there was a clicking sound when it was moving. I removed the couplers to see if that was the reason for the clicking but it was still making a racket. Any thoughts?
What's up, What's up! It's been a while since I've been here with you fine people. I've post a few photos of my current layout that I've been doing up.
Hey Folks, What's new. After a bit of a hiatus, I have wondered back to the Trainlife World. I have been kind of busy in other hobbies with my retirement and ventures, however, I am I am back on a reduced scale.