Do you miss polyester leisure suits, Disco music, and watching MASH and Happy Days on TV? Do you miss driving Pintos, Vegas and Gremlins? More importantly, do you miss the railroad scene prior to the mega-mergers of the 1980's? Then this group is for you!
Anyone in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area?
I want to start a modular rail group.
Just wanted to say to all my TL friends. Sorry, I haven't seemed like I have been active on TL but, I have, just as a spectator. I just don't have any new info. going on. I dont have any place to set up my H/O scale still. I haven't done any rail fannin' in awhile(cost of fuel v. amount of paycheck). I do read some post, look at pics, and watch some vids. I am still here. I am just quiet.
check out some of my vids on my elev. I just painted mine a flat white and then dusted it with grey primer to get weathered look. not all grain elev. can afford to paint there's as the cost of painting is in the range of 10 of thousands of dollars.
Does anyone by any chance know where I can find/Buy Southern style type D signals? I can't seem to find the style of type D that I'm looking for. Suggestions would help
Well, Terry got me thinking on my Rockford Files scene for the layout... when we're trying to recreate something that will be instantly recognizable, how close is 'close enough'?
So far the closest to Jim Rockford's trailer Ive found is the City Classi
Ok fellas here photographis sites that is righ up your alley if you model the 70"s
http://www.rr-fallenflags.org/ lots of roads
To all the new members welcome to this group
we are trying to build a 1970's modelers group WE WLECOME all of your comment photos models Locomotives or rolling stock and layouts
feel free to post anytime we look foward to your efforts rather you are a b
Some really cool pics & videos brouht back some memories seening CNJ 3067 the Red Baron and a RDC at Elizebeth NJ station on the Cranford Bayonne scoot I rode it quite a few times when I was a kid I'd buy a ticket from the conductor and he'd let me ri