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 Posted: Sat Jan 29th, 2022 08:11 pm
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Hmmm...

You have a never ending supply of ancient trucks....?





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 Posted: Sat Jan 29th, 2022 09:08 pm
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Gerold

I have been building them for about forty years. 

As I unpacked the box my son brought up from downstairs,
I couldn't remember making some of these.

:shocked:

I think there are about six boxes of built models still down there. 

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Dave, very good.

Hope you enjoy your treasures from yesterday !


I sometimes pick a loco I built twentyfive years ago
from a display cabinet and give her an update.

DCC, LEDs, some details that weren't available then,
but leave them otherwise as I did them as they are.

If the paint job or lettering is incorrect,
as I didn't know better then, that's ok,
and a piece of my own memory.




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 Posted: Sun Jan 30th, 2022 06:46 pm
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Here is a generic little truck,
based on no known prototype I can find. 

This one I don't recall making thirty years ago. 

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Friend Jon's 1940 LaSalle is progressing. 

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Another model from long ago.

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There was going to be a roadside produce stand on the trolley layout,
with a vender filling his truck with produce there,
before hitting the road on a sales route. 

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A flat bed Ford for the trolley layout. 

The actual wood planks in the bed have warped while in storage.

:us:

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Dave

I may have missed something ....

Let us know more about the trolley layout !


Does it still exist ?

Do you have pictures ?




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Gerold

For many years I planned to build a half inch scale trolley layout, 
and run off overhead wire.  

I've built several trolleys, collected figures, 
and built numerous car and truck models over the years, 
for when I actually started the layout. 

I even had a finished room downstairs to house it. 

Before I got to starting it I got hooked on the Gn15, 
and then health issues all got in the way. 

So, there is no trolley layout.   

:sad: 

Here are some of my trolleys. 

Regards, Dave L.  
















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