Another one bites the dust at Walthers bye bye SW9/1200
All I want is an authentic NS Dash 9.
My current project is a 3.5' x 7.5' layout in a spare bedroom approximately 7' x 10'.
I've got no past N scale layouts to my credit, and I'm not...
Definitely a watch and run layout. I've got a 6-axle locomotive, but I'm not planning on running any cars that are more than 50'. Passenger and...
By pointwork do you mean the turnouts? They are all No. 6. Strangely enough the Kato 6s are less expensive than the 4s.
As far as the grades, I...
Is it possible to restore deleted blog entries with their original publish dates? I see that the forum software saves them, but it looks like if...
Here's a link of the plan that should work; please disregard the other one. The first link has been removed and probably wasn't possible to view....
I posted this in the N Scale layout design discussion group, but thought maybe it would get more views here, so here it goes:
I started a new N...
Very educational and entertaining. I would give this series a thumbs up so far.
A short local heads back to Parsons Yard
Hello, my photo submissions to the Railimages gallery seem to be double uploading. What am I doing wrong?
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CSX S637 snakes through Marysville, Ohio on the former Conrail Toldeo Branch.
A weather beaten ex-Conrail GE wide cab heads up NS 304 enroute to Columbus.
An unusual westbound empty coal train takes CSX Northern Subdivision curves on a hot day in June.
An unusual westbound loaded coal train takes the CSX Northern Subdivision curves on a hot June day.
An ex-Conrail EMD heads up NS 218 eastbound toward Lincoln Avenue in Worthington, Ohio
Light engines head westbound up the Columbus Subdivision
CSXT 5886 heads eastbound approaching SR 161 along the Columbus Subdivision
Politics generally drive most people away. Nothing takes more fun out of the hobby than opressive rules. That and cronyism. I say the heck with...
An NS GEVO heads eastbound with an empty consist of coal porters past Cooke Road.
CSXT 273 head up an unknown consist of empty hoppers 6 miles north of Columbus, Ohio