For anyone who loves Seaboard (Every phase such as SCL,Seaboard System, Family lines etc.) and Atlantic Coast line and wants to share their Seaboard or ACL layout, engines freight cars etc. Or pictures of actual locomotives and Freight cars!!!!!!!!
Matt Burton: Greetings, Just this past Saturday, I made my first post since joining TL a year ago yesterday. I gave some info in my post which explains why I joined this group. I look forward to sharing / participating when I am able to. A quick intro about myself...I... moreGreetings, Just this past Saturday, I made my first post since joining TL a year ago yesterday. I gave some info in my post which explains why I joined this group. I look forward to sharing / participating when I am able to. A quick intro about myself...I was born and raised in Miami, Fla and rode the Silver Meteor several times to Pittsburgh (transfer to B&O in D.C) in the early 60's. About fours years ago, I finally decided to focus my HO hobby to the SAL during the transition era. I have been collecting since high school off and on, but it's been more "on" these past five yrs. I will be taking over a bedroom (10 x 12) for my layout room, since my oldest son just purchased his first house and has vacated his room. (one down, one to go!) When my second son graduates college and moves out, I hope to knock down the wall between the two bedrooms, and expand my territory. This will have to be a joint merger of right-of-ways, as my wife seems to be right, and doesn't see things my way most of the time!... less
Dave Jones: So far I'm a little disappointed that there's not been more discussion in our group about our 3 favorite roads. For the first 17 years of my life I lived 2 blocks down from SALs Charleston-Savannah mainline and my parents house sat smack-dab against the ... moreSo far I'm a little disappointed that there's not been more discussion in our group about our 3 favorite roads. For the first 17 years of my life I lived 2 blocks down from SALs Charleston-Savannah mainline and my parents house sat smack-dab against the ACLs 9.75 mile Croghans branch. I'd really like to hear from others their experiences with the 3 lines.
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I have even got a new account under a different name had my computer checked and scaned for a possible virus none of the those things are worng
It is Trainlife it self I have tried looking in the magazine Library that was second to none at one time i get in to about page 20 or so and then the rest of the magazine will not load at all i had my brother that is a Microsft tech and programmer lokk at it and say to me sorry but that web site is Bougus as in TrainLife!!! Sorry Fellas I am done with my Rant if i have offended any of you that was not my intent
Terry AKA SD45LONGHOOD FOWARD
Seems like it has been forever since I have been on here. The week from down under is still ongoing from last Wednesday. I have been coming home and to try and calm this savage beast have been working on building a cast metal log loader which requires a lot of patience and epoxy to get it put together right since it is so small. Hope to have photos posted soon.
Hello Everyone! It has been awhile since I have been on here, but once again I am back! lol There is a big show this weekend in Plano, Tx and I plan on going! Is anyone else going? Have a great day everyone!
Hey guys, its been a while since I've posted anything but I see nothing much has changed. I'm selling a few things, first on the block is a Kato GP35 (ATSF #2804) Kadee #5's installed, DC only, lightly used but has some dust on it, detail parts included but not on the model asking $80+shipping. Second is an Athearn RTR SW1500 (SOU #2300) TCS DCC installed, original McHenry couplers, only out of the box to test asking $85+shipping. Finally I have 4 pairs of Walthers couplers (the springless ones that come on the multi-packs) and a pair of Accumate couplers. Nothing wrong with them, just opted out for Kadee's and don't have a use for them. $.50 a pair plus shipping or all 4 of the Walthers for $1.50 plus shipping. Pictures of the locos are on flickr ( https://www.flickr.com/photos/124104914@N05/sets/72157645024145288/)