That is a wonderful little switcher! Nice work again, Gerd!
NICE! Looking forward to the kit!
Thank you, Rob!
Don't know about "genius", and I can't take credit for the idea (RobA and Dave and I discussed a couple weeks ago), but it seems like the ONLY...
Quite the oxymoron!
I want to see it, Robert. Show us pictures, please.
I have one, and figured maybe in the luggage rack?
That must have been an impressive roundhouse/turntable back in the day, based on the ghosts in the soil.
I'll second that notion...I don't even run ANY western roads, and I STILL want to own a Challenger...MUST RESIST....
I've had it in my signature from the beginning, but agree that it would be helpful to know who was in what scale.
Yeah, I'm very disappointed that they don't seem to have any interest in continuing the BLMA Z products. I was really hoping the Atlas...
Robert, you have a real problem. :LOL:
Looks like a bit of sag, but the effect is enhanced by the fact that it has fishbelly sides.
Wow, Curn, that is BEAUTIFUL! Very nice rendition of this little gem.
Look again! I thought the same thing, then realized it's the sun reflecting off of the shiny paint.
Looks like a ballast train to me.
I've got nothing witty, but that is a spectacular catch. Nice work, Hemi.
I use an older version of this one by Husky. I keep them all around. And I'm in Z scale....
Wow, there is a LOT going on there! Just spent time zooming in and around the site.....very interesting. Thanks for the link!
Yes, same trouble here. Might be a delay in getting the site updated?
Incredible work, Gerd! She's a beautiful monster! ;)