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 Posted: Mon Feb 16th, 2009 06:12 pm
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Grandt rivets looks good!! I´m doing a box car in 0n30 and had to cut one by one because I can´t found them in Walthers... but anyway if it works in your model, will work in mine too. I saw so little, but I was wrong.

Thanks for the tip!



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 Posted: Mon Feb 16th, 2009 06:13 pm
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W C Greene wrote: I thought those were MY cars!...When you called the MRy "sweet", maybe you mis-wrote.

Woodie,

Yeah, at least twice you suggested I leave'em on your layout. They DID look good setting on your track. I just hope that when we run a string of 'em they don't derail too many times over that delapidated stuff you pass off as track.  :bg:

Now really, you know how I feel about your RR...it IS sweet, just like a mixture of cactus juice and rattlesnake venom is sweet.

Me thinks that calls for a trip to the Bloated Goat for a game of cards and a bit of refreshment! Drinks'er on me.

 



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 Posted: Tue Feb 17th, 2009 03:36 pm
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James-the "slow crawl" order is in effect on the "high line" and the 10 foot pole makes things much easier to switch persnickity ore cars. When operating on my layout, a trip to the BG#2 is needed BEFORE operations can commence. This is the only known railroad that requires its' crews to hoist a few before work.   Woodie



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 Posted: Tue Feb 17th, 2009 04:39 pm
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I'll drink to that



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 Posted: Tue Feb 17th, 2009 04:41 pm
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BTW nice ore cars James.  You need to learn to build faster if we are going to have that op session on your layout at the end of the month :P



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 Posted: Tue Feb 17th, 2009 06:02 pm
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Jim,

Build faster, eh? Yeah, you're right. You know, if I could just dump that day job I could get a heck-uv-a-lot more done.

Truth is - I'm on meds for this crappy back of mine and the combination keeps me pretty out of it. There I was sitting at the workbench and knodding the whole time. I was snug in bed and asleep by nine.

But don't fret. I've got two whole weeks to get the layout finished and all the cars built. No problemo!



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 Posted: Wed Feb 18th, 2009 11:20 pm
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James-you had better get to work. Soon I will need to use your cars for the new smelter and they will get weathered for sure. I still haven't built any more cars, just been too lazy and tired of cutting styrene for a while.    Woodrow



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 Posted: Fri Feb 27th, 2009 12:33 am
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Sooooo...by April?   Sounds good to me. :glad:



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 Posted: Sun Mar 1st, 2009 01:27 am
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Yep, Mopman...by April...yep. Maybe by April, the smelter trackage will be done and then we can get Sullivan's new ore cars over and put them to work. And then, we can venture over to the Big Bend and run on the Chisos Tram while breaking "rule G"...Woodrow



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Is there a provision in the union contract where I can break rule G without being present?



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