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Rusty Layout Edging
Posted: Fri Mar 27th, 2009 11:54 pm
11 th Post
Class operation! Bought some supplies from you and man, what a pleasant experience. Nice folk handlin the phone. Fast Tracks is a wonderful help to anybody happenin onto it. Great help with the printable templates. What a gutsy project but the perfect guy to do it. Quality all the way around. Really helpful free video how-to's online. Top Shelf!
Posted: Sat Mar 28th, 2009 11:08 pm
12 th Post
Posted: Fri Dec 24th, 2010 11:09 am
13 th Post
Wow Tim, just spent 2 full hours watching and looking at you website Bronks built. Superb sir. Riveting even.
So is that painting or real rivets?
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Capt. Paul Mansell
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Joined: Wed Oct 26th, 2016
Wow. Amazing work. The one question that haunts me, after looking at your web site is "How do you power the climbing rails without shorting out the switch beneath them?"
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W C Greene
Joined: Fri May 4th, 2007
Location: Dallas, Texas USA
Yes, I wonder how this looks now. Si, I used weathered and abused pine boards on my little Gila Tram layout. Maybe I will devise something similar for the big layout. Hmmmmm.
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