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  1. S Scale
    One of the engine drive wheels (connected to the gear axle) on my 326 Hudson is loose: I can easily remove it by hand. What can I use to make it a tight fit with the axle?
  2. HO Scale
    I've just acquired an HO Scale MTH Prototype NYC Empire State Express Hudson, and as it's a prototype, it has no motor or paintjob, it's just a grayish silver. I plan on painting it as the NYC Empire State Express Hudson, but I don't have the decals for the tender wording, and the front badge...
  3. HO Scale
    Picture it: It's December 1945, and it's just after World War 2, and "The Columbia and Puget Sound Railroad & Navigation Company," is scrambling to rebuild it's fleet. Even with it's purchase of PRR E-6 Atlantics, B&M Super-Pacifics Clones, the PM Berkshire Clone, and the NYC S-class 4-8-4 clone...
  4. For Sale or Trade (member-to-member)
    Hello All, I am listing these Trains for a friend of mine. His Contact information is on the link.
  5. O Scale
    I got reacquainted today with my Hudson. I have had it so long, even before I knew what a Hudson was. First in this thread I removed the shell. It only has two screws that hold the motor assembly into place. One on top and one on the bottom. Then you have to remove the four rear trailing wheels...
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