Revell Interelocking Tower
Milepost 856 Unless this is among one of your first visits to my little corner of the Internet blogesphere, you know that I have a thing for interlocking towers. Not sure why, but they just are fascinating to me. I've only been in two in my life and by that [...]
Sun, Jul 27, 2014
Source: Right of Way
Dsc_7545
Milepost 855 From time to time, I've mentioned people that I have met in this great hobby. One of those people was certainly Dick Knotts who lived near Washington, DC. Dick was a great modeler and was active in the NMRA. When I was thumbing through some of those old [...]
Thu, Jul 24, 2014
Source: Right of Way
Gas is $4 a gallon? Thanks Obamacare! - Tammy Perhaps I should thank thecritics who gave plenty of hate to the movie, "Tammy." I had put off seeing this flick before finally traveling to the cinemas last weekend. I've enjoyed Melissa McCarthy and the loose-cannon characters she portrays. Criticism of "Tammy"" had lowered [...]
Thu, Jul 24, 2014
Source: Schaadt in the Dark
Part I
Milepost 854 Images, NMRA Bulletin Ken Chamberlain has published a series of one-page idea sketches in the NMRA Bulletin for years. I mentioned a few months ago that I had purchased a huge cache of old Bulletins from the NWORRP group and, now that the wedding is behind us, I've [...]
Mon, Jul 21, 2014
Source: Right of Way
KentPhoto
Milepost 853 The old Wheeling & Lake Erie station in Kent, Ohio, is being threatened with demolition if some interested partiy or parties don't step forward to save it. This editiorial recently appeared in the Kent Record-Courier; as a railfan in general and with an interest in the Wheeling, [...]
Fri, Jul 18, 2014
Source: Right of Way

 

Randy's Seen: Photo blog

Randy’s Seen – Go behind the “seen” of pictures with photographer Randy Roberts.

 

Schaadt In The Dark
Schaadt in the Dark – Observations and revelations by News Reporter Eric Schaadt

The Right of Way with Dan Merkel
Along the Right of Way – Ramblings of a model railroader, namely one Mr. Dan Merkel

 

 

↑ Back to Top ↑