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  1. tr1
    09-03-2015 09:04 PM
    welcome to this forum, again! It's probably time to try weathering some of your rolling
    stock? Maybe, try referencing some prototype pictures?
  2. tr1
    08-10-2015 02:47 PM
    Also, what do think about using Hydrolcal casting plaster, to help in your scenery representations?(the zip texturing technique)?
    Thank you,tr1
  3. tr1
    08-10-2015 02:42 PM
    Thanks for accepting my earlier request! tr1
  4. Yellowstone Special
    07-26-2015 07:27 AM
    Yellowstone Special
    Hey Hal,

    Nice photos of your band. Do you play country music? This is a real long shot, but have you ever heard of a Billy Bontempo from Hesperia? He's a keyboard player I knew back in the early 1990s when I lived in Escondido. Anyway, you seem to be a man of many parts. Keep up the good work!

  5. Water Stop
    07-13-2015 12:38 PM
    Water Stop

    I'm currently in the process of expanding my layout, and I have to wait for the extra track to be shipped before I can install it and take it may be next month (August) when I can send pictures.

  6. gator do 65
    07-11-2015 08:56 AM
    gator do 65
    Could you please post some pics of your layout as cannot remember where they were posted! They slapped me back to reality regarding my own layout and the direction I want to go with it!

    Thanks, Paul
  7. Cycleops
    06-13-2015 09:11 AM
    I was so surprised that someone in the US is I to G & S! I'm a big fan myself. Do you see people performing it there? I also love Opera. If you ever get a chance to come to Europe try to get a visit in to Riga, Latvia. It's a small EU country on the Baltic coast. Cheap flights are easy to come by. The reason is that they have great Opera company and stage many Operas throughout the year, but the big thing is tickets are dirt cheap, I guess it's supported by the government. In the UK you'd maybe be looking at a couple of hundred dollars for the cheapest seats at the Royal Opera House. I went a few years ago and saw Verdi's Nabucco and it was fantastic. You can listen to recordings but there is nothing like being at a live performance.
    Anyway, hers the link:
    We're very lucky in the UK having the D'Olyle Carte Opera Company who put on great performances of G & S.



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