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 Posted: Mon Jun 7th, 2021 03:22 am
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Nothing new on the layout, but did take a few photos.





Whiskey Junction with Woodie's Cantina to the left.





Here the baggage/mail car has been spotted near Woodie's,
to unload its weekly delivery of liquor.




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Found this photo.





Sounds like an attorney's office, or a merchant.

Great name to put on the front of a building.




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Found this turntable by Dapol on eBay.

Pit diameter is 26cm, and bridge is 30cm (about 12").

Very reasonable price also.


Just might have to order one even though

I'm not sure just right now what I would do with it.

Sure to figure something out.




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Michael M wrote:
Found this turntable by Dapol on eBay. 


Had this kit (and built it up) 50 years ago.


Never found a spot where to put it on the layout,

so it served as a bridge, until it was lost when moving.




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Hi Michael  :mex:


I hope you've had some R.R. time ...

... in between, moving house ? type DIY activities ??

L:

Interesting to see 'Dapol' listed across the pond there !

Formerly  C :cool: :cool: L  swingin' '60s kits by 'Airfix' of course !!

(The turntable kit Serial No. says it all !)  ;)





Canadian Ken, is a BIG fan of their Water Tower kits.  :thumb:

M.M.M.M.M.& M.Co. equally, a BIG fan of their Diesel Crane kit.  :thumb:

(great girder-jib & cast plate-frame trucks & wheelsets included !)



'Dapol' or vintage 'Airfix' also have a cool & very 1:35n2 BASHable Gantry kit ...
... & a nice ol' Brit. Tanker Wagon kit, I bought for 1:35n2 BASHin' a while back.  :moose:



It's worth searching 'Dapol' in the U.S. just to see what comes up ...

... bank breaking search results, are unlikely !!  :P


:java: :)


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Here a 1932 Chevrolet Confederate has just arrived in San Miguel
aboard Nevada & Southwestern's 42 inch gauge line.

Traveling in the area can be problematic due to the many poor roads.
Calling them roads is often a compliment since many are just two ruts in the soil.




Devil's Golf Course pre-1930s


The traveler has to remember to bring plenty of spare parts and the necessary tools,
along with water and food in case one gets stuck.

Moving by rail is often easier and safer than trekking across the desert on your own.




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