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  1. Beginner's Forum
    Howdy some of the older members here may remember me. The layout in the mountains northeast of Durango Colorado. Well I'm married now, have a 17 month year old son, and we have a house in Lake Forest California. We are working on our backyard and I "reserved" a section that used to be a...
  2. Beginner's Forum
    Hello I'm a semi-beginner / intermediate G gauger. Over a decade ago I had a raised layout with 2 basic ovals of 14' and 15' diameters that were over 100' a piece. Simple layout, but that's my style - keep it simple. I used stainless steel rail, MTH 4000 transformer, 2 MTH Dash 8s, and all...
  3. Indoor Railways
    If you've never been to EnterTRAINment Junction in West Chester, OH, it is the most impressive G-Scale layout I've ever seen. They were kind enough to allow me to shoot some spectacular video, including CAB RIDES, of several of their Main Lines, which cover three different eras: Steam...
  4. Misc, Lots, & Lists
    I'm too old now, I'm selling it all on Ebay, starting price of 99 cents on each item. Lots of trains & buildings will be added each week. Here's my link: Good Luck Bidding.
  5. Model Making
    I'm still very new in working with this , so bear with me. Yes, paper. Or paper mache as some call it. I'm weather proofing with varnish or recycled styrene from foam. The recycled styrene is made with foam and MEK. So if your in California, use varnish, if they haven't outlawed that too. I...
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