Milepost 822 Again, the Pirates have been busy and this latest example comes from one of the crew members. Harold is an early era model railroader and sometimes finds that cars specific to his era are kind of hard to find. There are a few wooden 36' cars like those from [...]
Wed, Apr 16, 2014
Source Right of Way
Milepost 821 I received some feed-back about a recent post that I did concerning the Findlay, Fort Wayne & Western Railroad that I wanted to share with the rest of those of you who lend me your ear every once in a while. First, the picture above shows the FFW&W station [...]
Sun, Apr 13, 2014
Source Right of Way
Milepost 820 Did anyone happen to catch the article in the latest MODEL RAILROADER about super-detailing this somewhat bland looking coaling tower? Well, I happened to see it and took a closer look. After reading the article, I wasn't all that impressed with making the changes but it did kind of [...]
Thu, Apr 10, 2014
Source Right of Way
Where to now, St. Peter? - Elton John Shouldn't have shocked me, but the news that David Letterman will depart his late-night TV gig in 2015still caught me off-guard. After more than 30 years on NBC and CBS, I have been a faithful viewer of his shows. I enjoy his wit and interesting [...]
Thu, Apr 10, 2014
Source Schaadt in the Dark
Milepost 819 It goes without saying that railroading is a very dirty business. All railroad equipment is subjected to the elements and is seldom if ever washed unless it is a part of either a crack passenger train or the company's publicity mill. But weathering is something that we don't seem [...]
Mon, Apr 07, 2014
Source Right of Way


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