Show us your work station or test track area, I built mine useing recycled and discarded materials only but that is not a criteria . I want to see what your work space/test track are looks like and any suggestions for making a work area more efficient.
Andrew Koetz: The last two photos show the main reason why my bench is a mess, and my modules are not together. I had to install a new 4" cleanout for the main waste line for the house, and the "hole" looks like a small grave. ;) The wood frame that is s... moreThe last two photos show the main reason why my bench is a mess, and my modules are not together. I had to install a new 4" cleanout for the main waste line for the house, and the "hole" looks like a small grave. ;) The wood frame that is standing on end is one of my two extensions for my module set, the other one is "obscured" by the red cooler and other junk on the floor.
September 6, 2013
marty makarick: boy I really miss my old work station ,I had everything at my fingertips .
Robert Gilmore: Here's a pic of my "work station" which is actually my workshop. I still need to put up shelves which will clear the bench tops. The lathe is in the "machine room" which doubles as the laundry room.
Anyone in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area?
I want to start a modular rail group.
just orderd my first rapido locomotive wont get it till december but i ordered the rapido via f40ph dcc sound
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.
Painting Grain Silo.
The stark white plastic of Walthers grain silos seems out of place with
the real world. Do anyone have a paint
formula that would give the silo that brownish – tan or gray aged concrete look?
Wow - I see that the last 3 members who joined were almost 2 months ago. Who approves new members? My uncle (an excellent MRRer) would like to join TL and I hope we don't have to wait months for his approval
I'm finding it harder to focus, so I'm going to be mounting a magnifying lamp on my work station. It's on the same swing-arm mechanism as my desk lamps, so I can just swap one out. I have an Optivisor but I find it makes me nauseous if I move my head too