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"Does your husband suffer from mental illness?"

"Oh no, he quite enjoys it!"/DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/mls/emoticons/w00t.gif






What I did with the rest of the HLW switcher I used the drive block from to make the Steam Dummy, rebuilt onto a HLW Mack chassis. :D

Sad to say but this may be the *last* locomotive I build for a while :confused: , I need to finish off what I have already started and then shift focus from the workbench to the layout. /DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/mls/emoticons/satisfied.gif
 

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Vic...
Look around here.
The question is moot...

:)
 

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I don't think your wife is right,I just think you must be eating too much cheese before going to bed,your dreams must be something else!!!!!!!!
Regards
Bunny
 

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Finally got around to taking pics of this one, been done for a while, painting and weathered:





 

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That's great!

Hey! I'm the one who once had an "Asylum Railroad!" :D
 

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Nice job. Is it just my eyes, or are those journal boxes hanging over the track? If so, how does it do on curves and turnouts?
 

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I dont think it was actaully on the rails when I took the pic,



it runs fine but I made it just a hair too wide so it hits the side of the tunnel on my portable layout, oops! Works fine on the large layout.
 

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Posted By rkapuaala on 10/09/2008 9:29 AM
Nice job. Is it just my eyes, or are those journal boxes hanging over the track? If so, how does it do on curves and turnouts?




I noticed the same thing but wasn't going to say anything. You know how mental cases can get
 
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