With all of the market changes, I had to buy my latest T-Trak module from a different source. I am very pleased with it....
I was so intent on looking at that caboose, I did not even notice this effect.... :rolleyes:
Yikes!!! Scary. :eek::eek::eek:
Are they secretly being "Borgified"??? :p:D
Yes. That is Pete Nolan's web site. He used to be active here, but drifted over to maritime models.
Interesting how they call the 3001 an SD40-2. Must have been completely gutted and rebuilt with a 16-645E?
They should have used a Kato box, for a much higher sale profit.
I keep thinking they used to send us a message about considering a price (lower) change. At least that is what comes out of the long ago fog.... I...
This is pure suckerfishing. Nothing less. :mad: Actual total value is well under five bucks, in most junk bins.
It is that. Rock solid. Light weight. The materials are very good quality.
Yes. The holes are available to align and attach Unitrack. However, he...
Pictures. My camera's flash just seems to be hit and miss... This is a Denniston Design Double T-Trak module:...
They got their money's worth from this paint job!
Anyone have a working link to Kato's "suggest a model" page? All I can get is a Page not found, error 404.
Links for that group in Wisconsin I'd noted earlier:
I certainly remember these. Saw then almost every day.
BTW- That steamer in your first photo is interesting. Appears to be getting set up for...
Here is a story/advertisement about one such operation: https://www.onlyinyourstate.com/washington/rail-biking-experience-wa/
These may be a bit harder to find, but I'm doubting such a price. I guess we will find out if there is a bid, or bidding war?
Yes. Not sure who is still active with these. There was one such operation on a former logging RR line in Washington State. There is or was one in...
At about 2:40, there appear a pair of houses on the left side. Twins, it appears. Could these possibly have at one time been section foreman's...