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 Posted: Sun Nov 3rd, 2019 09:48 pm
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The flat car needs a few more parts to complete it.

 





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 Posted: Mon Nov 4th, 2019 09:29 am
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Man, this is quite a project.

Cool.






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Hi Larry  :Salute:


Interesting looking car builds.  L:


I like the unusual, kinda curved, end-beams ...

... no doubt to allow OK running on very extreme curves.  :shocked:





Nice tank car !  :thumb:


GEE  :old dude: ... & I always thunked tank car wos round !!  ;)



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For anyone interested.

Here is the just released Bachmann trench locomotive running on an unfinished section of my RR,
I use to store equipment in the process of being completed.

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I have committed to take a section of the RR to it's first show.

I need to focus now on getting it ready.

I hope to be working fast and furious now.







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Hi Larry


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 " I hope to be working fast and furious now "


 
Hi Larry  :Salute:


5 months !  :time: :dt:


Good luck ! ... I'm sure you'll get LOADS done !


Don't forget to spare a few minutes to let us know what you're up to.  :)



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Larry,

Interesting feature with those curved car ends. 

I don't recall seeing that before on railway equipment
(or maybe I just don't remember). 

Would solve a problem for those building small layouts with tight curves,
just curve the ends of the freight cars so they don't bind on tight curves.




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Larry,

I love that low profile tank car!


I assume you've seen the "1917" movie?

I haven't yet but can't wait...




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