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 Posted: Mon Mar 16th, 2015 06:21 pm
   
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Hi Uncle Bob

That looks wheel cool sitting inside that Caboose. Would love to sneak something like this into my garden but im sure the wife will instantly notice. ha

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 Posted: Sat Mar 21st, 2015 09:35 pm
   
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So Dan, you think she'd notice? ...........LOL!!!

I'm working on the 3 way stub switch.
Here's the switch stand.

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Birthday party on BLRY
Bob

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This was shot when 2 out of 3 tracks from the 3-way were working.

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This shows our Sheepscot yard before wing rails and some guard rails were added.

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The 3-way stub switch is now operational!
Years ago, I built a stub switch in On30 but never a 3-way and certainly not a CURVED 3-way---But here it is--- and the best part is, IT WORKS!

Bob Springs

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Another view

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And here's our No.11 sitting on the 3-way stub.

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This is the WW&F prototype at Sheepscot, Maine but reversed left to right as we are building.

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