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  1. #271
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    That is a beautiful thing!


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    Not bad...here's my version:
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    My plan is to do CPLs and then semaphores (already done) before releasing the set. You can take a better look if you'd like

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    That does look really good Travis.

    And Chris it looks like your getting close to the end.
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    Thanks to Tim Muir's wheelset and bogies, the Grafton car repair areas looks more authentic. Off to Keyser car repair next.
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    "True rail fans have two favorite railroads. The B&O and one other."

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    Nice work!
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    There is a pallet of knuckles (couplers) L36_Yard_Couplers.s also, cannot remember which pack they came in.
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    Default B&O West End

    Quote Originally Posted by Rick-MONON View Post
    There is a pallet of knuckles (couplers) L36_Yard_Couplers.s also, cannot remember which pack they came in.
    Hi Folks,

    Oh fraq - gimme the dang blasted crowbar - I’ll go look for them - typical management - jeesh !!!


    Regards,
    Scott


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    Chris

    There is also an old wooden boxcar on ties in the library somewhere and Pete who did the IC GP units made some boxcars on stands and sitting on the ground if you want them. I can ask Pete, but am pretty sure he would give them to you.

    If you have my MONON-2 route, it is in there too in the shapes folder, "wboxcarshed.s" .
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    I think the old wooden boxcar on ties was a Tim Muir model
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    Hi Jim,

    Now THAT's an INCREDIBLE scene...

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    Scott

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