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  1. You guys are sooooo good! My vote is for...

    You guys are sooooo good! My vote is for Creations Mistral
  2. Hard to pick - but will go for wilts747. Second...

    Hard to pick - but will go for wilts747. Second to Skaning
  3. They are all well done, however, I vote for...

    They are all well done, however, I vote for "Lesley".
    Regards BobbyT
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    Here is an update to this story - and the value...

    Here is an update to this story - and the value of decisions
    We left our house in Florida at 1:30 AM on Friday to get away from what was billed as a Cat 4 hurricane, and ended up in NJ.
    As it turns...
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    First off I want to apologize for the lousy...

    First off I want to apologize for the lousy formatting in my last reply. I create my messages in MS Word, and then copy into the TRAINZ Forum thread. This often results in...
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    If anyone has been following this tale of ...

    If anyone has been following this tale of woe, here’s what I have done.First I decided to stick with TS2010 and not go to a newer TRAINZ, at least for the time ...
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    Thanks Guys for the suggestions. You know ...

    Thanks Guys for the suggestions. You know what a great group this is when you can post a question from Florida USA and get responses from individuals all over the world via...
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    Decision Point - HW and S/W

    I am at a point in my TRAINZ life where I need to make a couple of decisions, and I am looking for some direction. When I first got into TRAINZ my goal was to recreate ...
  9. It seems like this subject comes up every ...

    It seems like this subject comes up every once and awhile, so here’s my two cents worth. I have beenbuilding layouts/routes for the last fifteen years in TRS2006 and ...
  10. Thread: route shape

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    In my case, I have found it fun to only recreate...

    In my case, I have found it fun to only recreate realrailroads that were short in length. Forexample, my railroading interest is with the Maine Two Foot lines that were in existencefrom the 1880’s...
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    RE: Number of Routes

    My only railroading interest is in the Maine Two Foot lines that were in existence from the 1880ís to the 1930ís. As such all of my routes are of the: Sandy River &...
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    This is an interesting thread, and here is ...

    This is an interesting thread, and here is my two cents. I have been building model airplanes and trains for over sixty five years. My RC airplanes were in many cases kit ...
  13. RE: CREAM CAR After reading your post, I...

    RE: CREAM CAR After reading your post, I went back to the Barney drawing. I scanned it into Blender as a background image, set the dimensions of a cube to four feet, ...
  14. RE: Bingham RR. Go to http://docs.unh.edu ...

    RE: Bingham RR. Go to http://docs.unh.edu to see maps of New England from the early 1900's. Index the Town and then open the map. For The Forks township, dated 1907...
  15. RE: Cream Car Good call on the end door, I did...

    RE: Cream Car Good call on the end door, I did not notice it before! The Phillips museum has restored this car, and there are color pictures on their web site www.srrl-rr.org. I too...
  16. RE: CREAM CAR The following dimensions are ...

    RE: CREAM CAR The following dimensions are from "Two Feet Between The Rails'. Note that these are "inside" dimensions, which was the normal way of presenting these numbers. ...
  17. RE: Bingham/Caratunk area. The following is...

    RE: Bingham/Caratunk area. The following is from the R. Jones book "Two FeetBetween The Rails", Volume 2, page 25. "Anothercompany was organized by a small group of men with the intent of...
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    One important item to consider - do you ...

    One important item to consider - do you love the subject enough to stick with it. I have found that when building a scale model, it takes that passion to be successful....
  19. RE: Excursion CarColor As noted in a ...

    RE: Excursion CarColor
    As noted in a previous post, I thought that I had read somewhere, that the excursion car(s) were painted yellow. I went through my documentation and ...
  20. PLANS SOURCE: For a whole bunch of...

    PLANS SOURCE:

    For a whole bunch of inexpensive plans for a number of Maine 2ft equipment and structures, you should get a copy of a catalog from : Underground Railway Press ...
  21. Re: Phillips CoveredBridge You asked for some...

    Re: Phillips CoveredBridge
    You asked for some measurements, so here are what I believe are as accurate as you can find. I have not seen any scale drawings of this structure. ...
  22. RE: Covered Bridge As with anything related ...

    RE: Covered Bridge
    As with anything related to the SR&RL there are a number of excellent books available. I have most of the published information, plus a data base of ...
  23. Was just going through all the postings, and came...

    Was just going through all the postings, and came acrossyour Excursion car. While researchingthese cars to build an On2 model, I read that some or all were painted Yellow,not the normal passenger...
  24. LoGrant54 RE: Maine Two Footers You mentioned...

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    RE: Maine Two Footers
    You mentioned that you are looking for info that could beused to model a branch line to a Maine quarry. In case you do not know, there was a two footer - the...
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    I have a brand new HP ENVY with 64 bit Windows 8;...

    I have a brand new HP ENVY with 64 bit Windows 8; Intel Core i7-3770 CPU @ 3.4HZ; and the GeForceGT 630 graphic card driveversion 305.29. There will be noproblems with disk space - it's got...
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