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 Posted: Sun Mar 17th, 2013 10:26 pm
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W C Greene wrote:
The only time I got upset with someone posting photos of my junk on the net was when a "gent" had photos of the Mogollon Railway on his "blog" and outright stated that they were his railroad! I would have never known this until a couple of guys informed me about it. I wrote a message on the blogger's comments about this and...next day, the blog and everything was gone!

Now, back to tight radius curves. I saw a couple of those at the mall yesterday. I hope Pam doesn't read this.

Woodie


Yeah now that's stealing or fraud and differs to posting or reposting and article or photos...
I know what you mean there were some nice tight curves in my sex tapes but they soon became 40Chain rad curves, part of the reason I stopped posting them really.....
If you want tight radius curves visit Hong Kong they are there in every possible construance of the term......



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 Posted: Tue Jul 30th, 2013 03:26 pm
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Hello Trev
Just the site I've been looking for, a scale i can work in, well with sausages for fingers anything below 'O' is hard work plus the eyes 'aint what they were even with 'specs.
Ever since my Son found the end of track on the Parramatta Park Tramway by falling over the track in the rough grass looking for a place to pee, i have had a liking for Aussie trams. Very different from what is/was running in America or Europe.
I have some proper photographs somewhere, i will dig them out and put them up. It was a while ago my son was two or three now he is thirty three!
 

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 Posted: Sat Dec 27th, 2014 09:06 am
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I had to make a depot fan, 3 way points, for my car sidings and you can see how I did it here; http://trevs-tramway.blogspot.com.au/2012/12/work-on-3-way-depot-fan-continues.html and here; http://trevs-tramway.blogspot.com.au/2012/12/3-way-points-look-ok-in-place.html

As I am now using swiveling trolley heads I will also have to make a 3 way switchable overhead frog when this section is electrified.....



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