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FOR SALE D&RGW NO 462 K27

Brinton Jones <bmrjones@...>
 

D&RGW NO 462 K27 2-8-2 Royal Gorge herald green boiler P.N. B310105-S $350.00 Plus shipping.
Like new about 1 hour run time no problems.
Photos on request. 

ACTUAL SHIPPING WILL APPLY

SHIPPING USA ONLY

Check or USPS MONEY ORDER

bmrjones@...

BRINTON JONES

HAYWARD CA

AREA CODE 510

 

ZIP 94544-7000


Re: Looking for an Assembled #704 Coupler Height Gauge

NarrowMinded1
 

Hi Kevin,

Thanks for the offer but I already found one. Now, would you be willing to convert all my Blackstone equipment to the new Kadee #705 couplers for me? LOL  ;-)

Nathan


"Hello Nathan.

Send me one i'll put it together for you and send it back.

Kevin.

Does anybody have an assembled Kadee #704 coupler height gauge they would be willing to part with? I tried assembling mine but wasn't able to and ended up losing the screw to hold the coupler on. :-( I would be willing to pay or trade an assembled #702 assembly jig for it."

--
Nathan Kline
Tiadaghton Valley Railroad & Coal Co.
McConnellsburg, PA
--------------------------------------------------
Web: https://www.tiadaghtonvalleyrr.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TiadaghtonValleyRailroad/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVJMoICFWw9Muse6xm8moiQ


Re: The roof

Steve Hatch
 


 Technically No. But if you make a water proof layer in the underlying felt, then it
doesn't matter since the roof will shed the water  because of the slope it does have.
 Just like a flat roof has to be asphalt toe be sealed.  I make a sealed subroof and then
the only job of the shingles is to ward off the harsh rays of the sun.  Just like the gravel on a tar roof.
-Steve


On Fri, Aug 9, 2019 at 10:56 PM, RG Teeter wrote:
Steve, question. Do you have enough pitch for shingles?
 
Bob


Re: The roof

RG Teeter
 

Steve, question. Do you have enough pitch for shingles?

Bob

On 9 Aug 2019, at 21:38, Steve Hatch <hatch@...> wrote:

[Edited Message Follows]

Today we had a get together.  A great time talking with old friends at the 'cafe'
Love chatting with other model railroaders..
   After everyone left, I still got a lot of work done on the addition.
I nailed nail off all the roof sheets from one end to the other
went to town and brought home roofing.  I manages to get most off the felt paper under-layment
down on the roof. Tomorrow it will get shingles all over.  
Here's the progress till it was to dark to work on a roof.


SOLD Silverton Painted Train 3 car set

Brinton Jones <bmrjones@...>
 

Silverton Painted Train 3 car set car NOs 280, 306,320 Orange & Silver   SOLD


Re: The roof

Mike Van Hove
 

Good progress.
Thanks for sharing.

Mike Van Hove

On Aug 9, 2019, at 9:38 PM, Steve Hatch <hatch@...> wrote:

 Today we had a get together.  A great time talking with old friends at the 'cafe'
Love chatting with other model railroaders..
   After everyone left, I still got a lot of work done on the addion.
I nailed nail off all the roof sheets from one end to the other
went to town and brought home roofing.  I manages to get most off the felt paper underlayment
down on the roof. Tomorrow it will get shingles all over. 
Here's the progress till it was to dark work on a roof.

Pic:  http://www.railwayeng.com/9030railroad/pics/roof2.jpg

Steve Hatch
Dewey Arizona


The roof

Steve Hatch
 
Edited

Today we had a get together.  A great time talking with old friends at the 'cafe'
Love chatting with other model railroaders..
   After everyone left, I still got a lot of work done on the addition.
I nailed nail off all the roof sheets from one end to the other
went to town and brought home roofing.  I manages to get most off the felt paper under-layment
down on the roof. Tomorrow it will get shingles all over. 
Here's the progress till it was to dark to work on a roof.

Pic:  http://www.railwayeng.com/9030railroad/pics/roof2.jpg

  Hey Bill I still got the rioof nailed off and almost all the felt down.   I enjoyed the get together today
I think Jan liked it too.  Thanks for the suggestions about the main line in the new room.
Steve Hatch
Dewey Arizona


Other members

alsands@...
 

Are there any other members of the group from Perth Western Australia?,


Re: D&RG NO 345 C19 2-8-0

Brinton Jones <bmrjones@...>
 

DOUG:
Yes they are still available.
Brinton

On Friday, August 9, 2019, 1:26:13 PM PDT, Doug Boudakian <dboudrrtrain@...> wrote:


Brinton,
Are the three coach set still available?
Doug Boudakian 


On Aug 9, 2019, at 12:51 PM, Brinton Jones <bmrjones@...> wrote:

D&RG NO 345 C19 2-8-0 MOVIE SCHEME P.N. B310208-S ORANGE & SILVER                                             $ 375.00 PLUS SHIPPING

D&RGW 30’ Box car Flying Grade herald NO 3468 P.N. B34018 ORANGE CAR SILVER TOP                          $75.00 PLUS SHIPPING

Silverton Painted Train 3 car set car NOs 280, 306,320 Orange & Silver                                                          $350.00 PLUS SHIPPING

ACTUAL SHIPPING WILL APPLY

SHIPPING USA ONLY

Check or USPS MONEY ORDER

bmrjones@...

BRINTON JONES

HAYWARD CA

AREA CODE 510

 

ZIP 94544-7000

 


Re: D&RG NO 345 C19 2-8-0

Doug Boudakian <dboudrrtrain@...>
 

Brinton,
Are the three coach set still available?
Doug Boudakian 


On Aug 9, 2019, at 12:51 PM, Brinton Jones <bmrjones@...> wrote:

D&RG NO 345 C19 2-8-0 MOVIE SCHEME P.N. B310208-S ORANGE & SILVER                                             $ 375.00 PLUS SHIPPING

D&RGW 30’ Box car Flying Grade herald NO 3468 P.N. B34018 ORANGE CAR SILVER TOP                          $75.00 PLUS SHIPPING

Silverton Painted Train 3 car set car NOs 280, 306,320 Orange & Silver                                                          $350.00 PLUS SHIPPING

ACTUAL SHIPPING WILL APPLY

SHIPPING USA ONLY

Check or USPS MONEY ORDER

bmrjones@...

BRINTON JONES

HAYWARD CA

AREA CODE 510

 

ZIP 94544-7000

 


D&RG NO 345 C19 2-8-0

Brinton Jones <bmrjones@...>
 

D&RG NO 345 C19 2-8-0 MOVIE SCHEME P.N. B310208-S ORANGE & SILVER                                             $ 375.00 PLUS SHIPPING

D&RGW 30’ Box car Flying Grade herald NO 3468 P.N. B34018 ORANGE CAR SILVER TOP                          $75.00 PLUS SHIPPING

Silverton Painted Train 3 car set car NOs 280, 306,320 Orange & Silver                                                          $350.00 PLUS SHIPPING

ACTUAL SHIPPING WILL APPLY

SHIPPING USA ONLY

Check or USPS MONEY ORDER

bmrjones@...

BRINTON JONES

HAYWARD CA

AREA CODE 510

 

ZIP 94544-7000

 


Re: Track length ?

Jim Betz <jimbetz@...>
 


  Caution - most paper machete (sp?) is "food" to mice ... so if you are using it
on your layout you need to have a "rodent abatement regimen" in place that
you use - and continue to use.
  Some of these pests can "invade" your layout in a very short amount of
time ... so if you see even a few just assume the worst and get aggressive
about applying the appropriate fix.

  Dealing with potential pests (mice, ants, roaches, flies, mosquitos, etc.) is
actually a good thing for most layout owners to plan for and perform on ...
what pests you protect again changes depending upon where you live.
                                                                                                      - Jim B.


Re: Looking for an Assembled #704 Coupler Height Gauge

Ric Case
 

Nate assemble the coupler, acc it to the gauge block it works!

Ric Case 
EBT Modeler 
Hamilton Ohio 
1-513-375-7694

On Aug 9, 2019, at 8:16 AM, kevin b via Groups.Io <arcatruck13@...> wrote:

Hello Nathan.

Send me one i'll put it together for you and send it back.

Kevin.



Does anybody have an assembled Kadee #704 coupler height gauge they would be willing to part with? I tried assembling mine but wasn't able to and ended up losing the screw to hold the coupler on. :-( I would be willing to pay or trade an assembled #702 assembly jig for it.
--
Nathan Kline
Tiadaghton Valley Railroad & Coal Co.
McConnellsburg, PA


Re: Looking for an Assembled #704 Coupler Height Gauge

kevin b
 

Hello Nathan.

Send me one i'll put it together for you and send it back.

Kevin.



Does anybody have an assembled Kadee #704 coupler height gauge they would be willing to part with? I tried assembling mine but wasn't able to and ended up losing the screw to hold the coupler on. :-( I would be willing to pay or trade an assembled #702 assembly jig for it.
--
Nathan Kline
Tiadaghton Valley Railroad & Coal Co.
McConnellsburg, PA


Looking for an Assembled #704 Coupler Height Gauge

NarrowMinded1
 

Does anybody have an assembled Kadee #704 coupler height gauge they would be willing to part with? I tried assembling mine but wasn't able to and ended up losing the screw to hold the coupler on. :-( I would be willing to pay or trade an assembled #702 assembly jig for it.
--
Nathan Kline
Tiadaghton Valley Railroad & Coal Co.
McConnellsburg, PA
--------------------------------------------------
Web: https://www.tiadaghtonvalleyrr.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TiadaghtonValleyRailroad/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVJMoICFWw9Muse6xm8moiQ


Re: Excess K-27 and rolling stock (R-T-R and kits) for sale.

Joe Schroeder
 

Hi all,

The two LaBelle coaches have been sold. 
The following are still available:

Blackstone:

B340207, DRGW 30’ Stock Car #5603, new in box, $45.00

B340604, UTLX Narrow Frame Tank Car #13178, new in box, $45.00

Timber Creek: 

#911, DRGW Rebuilt Hi-side Gondola, unassembled kit (less T/C), $15.00

Shipping will be added and will be by USPS Priority (actual cost) from 85298 (Arizona)
Send my your address for a shipping cost.
I can use PayPal  jjcklschroeder at cox dot net

Joe Schroeder


Re: Track length ?

Russ Norris
 

When it's all done, I will certainly post photos.  I can in this group.  It's just the EastBroadTop group that recently migrated from Yahoo where I can't upload photos or open an album.

Russ


On Thu, Aug 8, 2019 at 2:50 PM Ric Case <ebtmodeler@...> wrote:
I have been working with it for quite a while now! I usually just cut it up lay it over whatever, then spritz it with colored water. I use wood land scenic colors! It just hides the white!
It is really great for making little or big changes!
Paper machete from hobby lobby is a great filler and contouring medium.
As with everything you can find something to use for everything!
 I just removed a couple of buildings from around the Mt.Union coal cleaning plant and filled in the spot with EBT coal/boney. Black is everywhere around the coal cleaning plant! 
Russ send follow up photo when your project is finished.
Ric 

Ric Case 
EBT Modeler 
Hamilton Ohio 
1-513-375-7694

On Aug 8, 2019, at 12:58 PM, Mike Van Hove <vanhovem22@...> wrote:

Yah, that plaster gauze is sure the way to go.
I love it.

Mike Van Hove

On Aug 8, 2019, at 10:01 AM, Russ Norris <rbnorrisjr@...> wrote:

I ain't gonna get into this discussion.  I'm more interested in trains.  Right now i am creating some new terrain using medical plaster gauze over a mesh of paper strips on a base of crumpled paper.  So far I have everything I need covered.  After it dries I can color it, add ground foam and other material,. trees, etc.  But already it's looking better than it did with just crumpled paper!


On Thu, Aug 8, 2019 at 10:41 AM Mike Van Hove <vanhovem22@...> wrote:
Kinda looks like we’ve been having the Gunfight at the OK Corral.  More like shooting fish in a barrel.

Mike Van Hove

On Aug 8, 2019, at 5:53 AM, Russ Norris <rbnorrisjr@...> wrote:

And don't forget the change to decimal currency!  On the other hand, the U.S. has replaced Britain as the most conservative nation in the world.  We long ago made it clear we want nothing to do with the metric system.  We want to go back to the 1880s and the gun fight at the OK corral. 

Russ

On Thu, Aug 8, 2019, 1:00 AM Mark Kasprowicz <marowicz@...> wrote:
Russ, England gave up inches years ago. We are metric like the rest of Europe which we are now about to leave. Hmmmm

Mark
Oxford England





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Re: Track length ?

Russ Norris
 

Ah, but it's not  coal mine!  It's a quarry!  The church had some land left over in the cemetery and said, sure, go ahead and dig your ganister.  Just don't mess with Aunt Bess' body! 

I should add thst once every thing is properly scenicked, the church and surrounds will be less visible. 


On Thu, Aug 8, 2019 at 2:56 PM <Climax@...> wrote:
Looks strange to see a coal mine into the back of a church! hahhahha  Extra room for the attendees or an easy way for the miners to get to church on time.

-----Original Message-----
From: Ric Case
Sent: Aug 8, 2019 2:50 PM
To: HOn3@groups.io
Subject: Re: [HOn3] Track length ?

I have been working with it for quite a while now! I usually just cut it up lay it over whatever, then spritz it with colored water. I use wood land scenic colors! It just hides the white!
It is really great for making little or big changes!
Paper machete from hobby lobby is a great filler and contouring medium.
As with everything you can find something to use for everything!
 I just removed a couple of buildings from around the Mt.Union coal cleaning plant and filled in the spot with EBT coal/boney. Black is everywhere around the coal cleaning plant! 
Russ send follow up photo when your project is finished.
Ric 

Ric Case 
EBT Modeler 
Hamilton Ohio 
1-513-375-7694

On Aug 8, 2019, at 12:58 PM, Mike Van Hove <vanhovem22@...> wrote:

Yah, that plaster gauze is sure the way to go.
I love it.

Mike Van Hove

On Aug 8, 2019, at 10:01 AM, Russ Norris <rbnorrisjr@...> wrote:

I ain't gonna get into this discussion.  I'm more interested in trains.  Right now i am creating some new terrain using medical plaster gauze over a mesh of paper strips on a base of crumpled paper.  So far I have everything I need covered.  After it dries I can color it, add ground foam and other material,. trees, etc.  But already it's looking better than it did with just crumpled paper!


On Thu, Aug 8, 2019 at 10:41 AM Mike Van Hove <vanhovem22@...> wrote:
Kinda looks like we’ve been having the Gunfight at the OK Corral.  More like shooting fish in a barrel.

Mike Van Hove

On Aug 8, 2019, at 5:53 AM, Russ Norris <rbnorrisjr@...> wrote:

And don't forget the change to decimal currency!  On the other hand, the U.S. has replaced Britain as the most conservative nation in the world.  We long ago made it clear we want nothing to do with the metric system.  We want to go back to the 1880s and the gun fight at the OK corral. 

Russ

On Thu, Aug 8, 2019, 1:00 AM Mark Kasprowicz <marowicz@...> wrote:
Russ, England gave up inches years ago. We are metric like the rest of Europe which we are now about to leave. Hmmmm

Mark
Oxford England





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Re: Track length ?

Climax@...
 

Looks strange to see a coal mine into the back of a church! hahhahha  Extra room for the attendees or an easy way for the miners to get to church on time.

-----Original Message-----
From: Ric Case
Sent: Aug 8, 2019 2:50 PM
To: HOn3@groups.io
Subject: Re: [HOn3] Track length ?

I have been working with it for quite a while now! I usually just cut it up lay it over whatever, then spritz it with colored water. I use wood land scenic colors! It just hides the white!
It is really great for making little or big changes!
Paper machete from hobby lobby is a great filler and contouring medium.
As with everything you can find something to use for everything!
 I just removed a couple of buildings from around the Mt.Union coal cleaning plant and filled in the spot with EBT coal/boney. Black is everywhere around the coal cleaning plant! 
Russ send follow up photo when your project is finished.
Ric 

Ric Case 
EBT Modeler 
Hamilton Ohio 
1-513-375-7694

On Aug 8, 2019, at 12:58 PM, Mike Van Hove <vanhovem22@...> wrote:

Yah, that plaster gauze is sure the way to go.
I love it.

Mike Van Hove

On Aug 8, 2019, at 10:01 AM, Russ Norris <rbnorrisjr@...> wrote:

I ain't gonna get into this discussion.  I'm more interested in trains.  Right now i am creating some new terrain using medical plaster gauze over a mesh of paper strips on a base of crumpled paper.  So far I have everything I need covered.  After it dries I can color it, add ground foam and other material,. trees, etc.  But already it's looking better than it did with just crumpled paper!


On Thu, Aug 8, 2019 at 10:41 AM Mike Van Hove <vanhovem22@...> wrote:
Kinda looks like we’ve been having the Gunfight at the OK Corral.  More like shooting fish in a barrel.

Mike Van Hove

On Aug 8, 2019, at 5:53 AM, Russ Norris <rbnorrisjr@...> wrote:

And don't forget the change to decimal currency!  On the other hand, the U.S. has replaced Britain as the most conservative nation in the world.  We long ago made it clear we want nothing to do with the metric system.  We want to go back to the 1880s and the gun fight at the OK corral. 

Russ

On Thu, Aug 8, 2019, 1:00 AM Mark Kasprowicz <marowicz@...> wrote:
Russ, England gave up inches years ago. We are metric like the rest of Europe which we are now about to leave. Hmmmm

Mark
Oxford England





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Re: Track length ?

Ric Case
 

I have been working with it for quite a while now! I usually just cut it up lay it over whatever, then spritz it with colored water. I use wood land scenic colors! It just hides the white!
It is really great for making little or big changes!
Paper machete from hobby lobby is a great filler and contouring medium.
As with everything you can find something to use for everything!
 I just removed a couple of buildings from around the Mt.Union coal cleaning plant and filled in the spot with EBT coal/boney. Black is everywhere around the coal cleaning plant! 
Russ send follow up photo when your project is finished.
Ric 

Ric Case 
EBT Modeler 
Hamilton Ohio 
1-513-375-7694

On Aug 8, 2019, at 12:58 PM, Mike Van Hove <vanhovem22@...> wrote:

Yah, that plaster gauze is sure the way to go.
I love it.

Mike Van Hove

On Aug 8, 2019, at 10:01 AM, Russ Norris <rbnorrisjr@...> wrote:

I ain't gonna get into this discussion.  I'm more interested in trains.  Right now i am creating some new terrain using medical plaster gauze over a mesh of paper strips on a base of crumpled paper.  So far I have everything I need covered.  After it dries I can color it, add ground foam and other material,. trees, etc.  But already it's looking better than it did with just crumpled paper!


On Thu, Aug 8, 2019 at 10:41 AM Mike Van Hove <vanhovem22@...> wrote:
Kinda looks like we’ve been having the Gunfight at the OK Corral.  More like shooting fish in a barrel.

Mike Van Hove

On Aug 8, 2019, at 5:53 AM, Russ Norris <rbnorrisjr@...> wrote:

And don't forget the change to decimal currency!  On the other hand, the U.S. has replaced Britain as the most conservative nation in the world.  We long ago made it clear we want nothing to do with the metric system.  We want to go back to the 1880s and the gun fight at the OK corral. 

Russ

On Thu, Aug 8, 2019, 1:00 AM Mark Kasprowicz <marowicz@...> wrote:
Russ, England gave up inches years ago. We are metric like the rest of Europe which we are now about to leave. Hmmmm

Mark
Oxford England





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