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Woodlark Central

In an earlier post this week, I stated I was jumping in with 2-feet!  That’s true for my model railroad, but I have another project.  The backyard 4.75″ Woodlark Central.  It is a backyard railroad that I’m building with my … Continue reading

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John Rogers On2 SR&RL Videos

John Rogers may have been one of the most controversial, yet successful On2 SR&RL models ever.  He stormed on the scene with radical ideas and ambitions, got a successful operating and mostly sceniced representation of the SR&RL, then exited the … Continue reading

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Madrid on Al Churella’s On2 SR&RL

I was skimming through Al Churella’s website looking for inspiration and found a link to this video on youtube.  I love Al’s modeling, take a look for yourself.  Madrid is a site I plan to include on the Sn2 SR&RL. … Continue reading

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Two feet in?

Two feet in?  No I’m not talking gauge…I’m talking about me… This past weekend, I attended the Midwest NG Show put on by Gary Kohler (PLW/M2FQ/LITCo…) and met up with some of my long time 2-Foot enthusiasts.  Including Gary White … Continue reading

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Search for SR&RL freight car red

I want to have a large fleet of SR&RL friend cars, and all of them will need to be painted. Much discussion related to model colors has occurred in M2FQ, and on the various Maine two foot yahoo groups.  The … Continue reading

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Link to Al Churella’s layout corrected – He has updates

My link to Al Churella’s layout had been broken.  It is now fixed. http://facultyweb.kennesaw.edu/achurell/SRRLFrontpage.html I see that he continues to make good progress on the layout despite writing PRR books….He has a link to a youtube video on the main … Continue reading

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Sense of Place

Like many other model railroaders I want my my guests to feel a sense of place. So I outfitted the entry way to my railroad room with a dash of depot… Hopefully this bit of decoration makes one feel like … Continue reading

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