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 Posted: Sat Jan 18th, 2020 02:14 am
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After Wolfy gets it cleaned,

make sure he use's the recommended lubrication.

:2t::2t:

Canadian Ken Eeh!

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" make sure he use's the recommended lubrication "





No worries Eeh !    Ken !  :thumb:


He has Gallons of the stuff.  :shocked:



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Sorry about the 'Hornby' OO gauge track    Ken !  :f:



I am trying to take my scratching & BASHing snaps with some 'Peco' On2&1/2 crazy track.  :P

I looks quite good for 1:35n2 narrow gauge.  :thumb:



Oztrainz tells me I should use some 'Peco' for an initial  M.M.M.M.M.& M.Co.  module.  L:

I'd love to make my own track of course, but the amount of time I have available ...  :time: :us:



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Those walls are looking good Si.

More photos?




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Hi Doug  :wave:



For the most part, as my somewhat limited time allows ...  :time:

... I have been attempting to concentrate on my rolling stock builds.  L:

Although of course, I am diverted onto 'Desert Outposts' & the like as well.  :java::mex:









Wolfys alchemical transformation of 'Tri-ang' base-diecast-metal, into gold, continues at a quantum pace !  :slow:  :brill:  :dt:



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:old dude:  Having a bit of a 'digital rummage' around  L:  in the  M.M.M.M.M.& M.Co.  files ... 

... some pics. of the Brit. tanker conversions underframe & woodwork came to light ...  :cool:

... also a log-car    Ken might like, sneakin' in an appearance in the background.  :thumb:





Don't worry about the oDd look of the wooden underframe, it's caught some wide-angle distortion !  :shocked:

It's company number  TR2549  that grabbed Wolfys attention & the wooden coupler pockets.  :P

L  a  t  e  r  .   .    .



:java: :java: :java: :java: :java::moose:     Hope the temps. in    are up a bit now !



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L: 

Dare I say,
I am not much into logging.

I will admit I have 3 log cars based on the Red Stag Rly from DU,
which one day may get assembled.

I am more of a Mining Nut.

 :)

With the assortment of rolling stock I have suitable for mining versus logging,
I do have 1 flat car loaded with logs for mine props.

Based on photos I took in Peru on the H&H,
which has since been standard gauged.

At the time I traveled on the line,
it was still a 3 foot gauge Rly.

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" I am not much into logging "



Hi    Ken  :wave:



Logging Eh!  :P


I wont hold that against you !  ;)


I like dark holes in the ground ... & trees up in the sunshine.  :cool:




Got some of that gorgeous 'Peco' On2&1/2 track in ^^ this time.  :old dude:



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Do we need another stinkin' shippin' of 2nd hand Mexican parts from  'RUST inc.'  ?  :mex:



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I see only one box from Rust

The other ones are from Kust  :)





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