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 Posted: Wed Feb 13th, 2019 08:28 pm
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David Laughery
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I've put that link in the box, but it does not go to the edited post.  Dave L.

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 Posted: Wed Feb 13th, 2019 09:01 pm
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Hi David


OK so you found the World Globe With Chain Link icon top row third from right


Then you "put that link in the box"

Im guessing you then pushed the OK Button & got a 2nd box ?


The 2nd Box lets you name the link as anything you wish

No pasting of anything in is needed with the 2nd Box just a name you have thought of


After typing your name into the 2nd Box & pushing the OK Button it should be done

The link now labelled nicely however you chose is beautifully displayed in your Reply Window


Or at least it should be

I cant imagine much going wrong


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 Posted: Wed Feb 13th, 2019 10:40 pm
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I keep getting error statements.
I load the link and hit OK and the link flashes for a split second and then the error statement comes up.
I'll try again some time with a different link.

This is so consistent with my computer results.
Thanks for trying, anyway.

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 Posted: Thu Feb 14th, 2019 12:57 am
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David

Had to look twice at the cabs you use for your motive power,
then realized they were the MDC Big Hustler cabs from 1992.

Have a couple in my odds and ends collection 1 powered 1 dummy, no wheels.





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 Posted: Thu Feb 14th, 2019 02:09 am
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Ken, you are correct.

I tried to post a link to a photo of the kits, but was not successful as you can see from the above.

They were nice kits, and I only had two.

I wish I had a few more.

Regards, Dave L.


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 Posted: Fri Feb 15th, 2019 02:28 am
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Today I took my layout plan and marked grids for a 3x5 foot application and a 4x6 foot one, as well. 

I am leaning towards the 4x6 and will know for sure once I go back to the large paper and copied turnouts and try it out full size. 

Regards, Dave L.


Attachment: Fish head glue layout 2-14-2019 027.JPG (Downloaded 106 times)

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 Posted: Mon Feb 18th, 2019 11:50 pm
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Over the years I've made radius patterns to help with laying out layout designs full size. 

My "collection" ranges from ten inch to twenty-two inch radius patterns. 

Sometimes my curves have two or more radii. 

Regards, Dave L.


Attachment: radaii patterns 002.JPG (Downloaded 88 times)

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 Posted: Mon Feb 25th, 2019 05:44 pm
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The Fish Head Glue Co. has only one piece of rolling stock that can "comfortably" carry folks. 

It started as a Bachmann On30 passenger car and uses a modified chassis and roof. 

No scenic tours of the facility are planned, but sometimes a few folks must be transported.

Regards, Dave L.


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 Posted: Mon Feb 25th, 2019 05:45 pm
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Here is the underside of the car. 

Dave L.


Attachment: Gn15 pass car 005.JPG (Downloaded 175 times)

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 Posted: Mon Feb 25th, 2019 10:47 pm
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Hey Dave, did you use HO passenger car trucks under this car?

I still haven't ordered benches for a passenger car or two of my own, need to get cracken.

I don't see how you attached the trucks to the car.

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