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  1. teledoc
    09-23-2015 06:31 PM
    I just finished spraying my junk 258 she'll that I scavenged parts from. It's a nice shade of fluorescent GREEN. I emailed two photos to TJcruiser, as he knows nothing about it. I don't want to post it just yet. Maybe you can get TJ to forward it to you.
  2. teledoc
    07-13-2015 07:12 PM
    Waiting for delivery of 1681T, and have two extra 1681 shells I have that will be stripped, repaint.......Damn TJ for getting me into prewar
  3. teledoc
    07-02-2015 06:40 PM
    t-man, got a question about 258 & 1681 prewar motors. Are the basic motors the same, excluding the E-unit position, or spokes on wheels. I emailed TJ with same question, but no response yet. TJ offered one of his orphan 1681's, plus I picked up two more, but all need motors, and complete wheels, to replace some damaged ones. Am I correct about the basic motor being the same
  4. rhfil
    02-14-2014 12:12 PM
    I am familiar with the Woods to Goods store. I used to work at Lavalley Lumber in Wells and later Eldredge Lumber in York. I used to call them, not to their face, Goods from Hoods. I sent an email to the Model Train Shop but have not received a reply. Is it possible they are closed for the winter?
    For some reason I did not receive notice of your response. Is there some place to look for responses? My email is
  5. rhfil
    02-11-2014 06:00 PM
    I live in Somersworth and just bought a layout. Am in the process of learning about DCC, cars, engines, track, wiring etc. Is there a club in this area where information is exchanged? I have a frame for a layout which is 4'X15' with an L which is 4'X5'. The track on it was so badly joined that I have taken it completely apart. To learn and play a bit I bought a 4'X8' sheet of Homasote which I have been learning on. The Homasote is easy to adhere track to. Any chance we could get together?
  6. Doublet74
    01-03-2014 08:11 PM
    Hi !!!!! You changed the name of my thread I started. I completely understand why you did it. SORRY. However do you think you could add the word Expansion to the end of what you changed it to. Just so I could possibly get more replies along the lines of what Im looking for. Just a suggestion. Thank you for your time.
  7. T-Man
    08-24-2013 11:10 AM
    With the user control panel you upload the avatar. It has to be small or else it will not work around 90. It just will not upload if it is too large. I used paint to shrink it down until it worked.
  8. tr1
    08-23-2013 11:49 PM
    T-Man, Do you Know how to import a custom avatar here at the forum? I'd like to use one here, offered at the forum.regards,tr1
  9. EMTAndy
    06-23-2012 03:28 PM
    Thanks T-Man, much appreciated
  10. sideswipe56
    06-19-2012 06:24 AM
    hey I'm from INDIA and I'm building ho layout so I need ho 100 0r 50 flex tacks (3')for sale

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  • About T-Man
    I enjoy repairing trains, cars and houses. When you get older you get tired of the last two.
    Scales Modeled
    Lionel, S, HO
    I enjoy saving the Lionel basket case. I like to think my collection found me.
    Seacoast, NH
    United States
    MTF of Course!
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    Trains, Track, Trestles, and more Trains

    How-To Column and Signature links Post number 4.

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