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Re: Whats on the bench/Durango sand house question

Earl Knoob
 

You are looking at the remains of 498.  The rivet line appears to be a large diamond-shaped patch applied to the inside of the boiler barrel around the bottom of the rear course.


From: HOn3@groups.io <HOn3@groups.io> on behalf of John Stutz <john.stutz@...>
Sent: Friday, February 26, 2021 12:06 PM
To: HOn3@groups.io <HOn3@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [HOn3] Whats on the bench/Durango sand house question
 
Dick

Thanks for the sand house photographs. 

Looking out the door of the 1981 photo, I see the #3 & #4 drivers of what is presumably a K-36 or K-37, with the boiler stripped down to the bare shell.  On the barrel's belly there is an extremely odd pair of diagonal rivet lines, not at all like the usual form of longitudinal boiler shell seam.  Does anyone actually know what these represent?

John Stutz
On February 25, 2021 6:13 PM RICHARD DONNA BELL <bell_1_05@...> wrote:


These are from the old sand house in Durango. The first photo is from 1981, and the other two were taken some years after that. There was no interior door, just a small partition between the stove and the lift. Hope this helps. Dick


Update: Broad Top Mountain Models HO Scale Laser-Cut EBT Boiler House kit

NarrowMinded1
 

Pre-orders have sold out! However, we have some good news....we have over purchased the Broad Top Mountain Models HO Scale EBT Boiler House kits and are selling the remaining kits for the pre-order price of $120 with free insured priority mail shipping to the continental USA!

We have received pricing for the HO EBT Boiler House kit! This kit can be built as an extension of the Machine Shop kit OR as a stand alone kit for a freelance model railroad. The MSRP is $160 and will sell for $128 with free shipping. The kits are now shipping!

Info:
http://broadtopmountainmodels.com/east-broad-top-boiler-house.html

Purchase:
http://www.nateslightironhobbies.com/store/broadtop-mountain-models/laser-kits/hohon3/east-broad-top-ho/hon3-boiler-house-laser-cut-craftsman-structure-kit.html

--
Nathan M. Kline
Nate's HOn3 East Broad Top RR & Coal Co.
___________________________________

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVJMoICFWw9Muse6xm8moiQ
MeWe Group: https://mewe.com/group/5fbb79e7edc4177fe935a858
Nate's Light Iron Hobbies: http://nateslightironhobbies.com
Broad Top Mountain Models: http://broadtopmountainmodels.com


FW: Re: Turntable kit - a possible approach?

NarrowMinded1
 

Hi Bob,

I did reach out to Simon through his contact form on his website but have yet to hear back from him. The lack of detail could be solved with 3D printing but that would add another source into the game which would drive up the cost of the kit. It would either need to be mostly wood construction OR 3D printed construction or, the 3rd option; a conversion kit for a Walthers turntable; like Firbeox models did. Either way it's going to take time, research, and input from customers/modelers. The biggest hurdle will be the drive components if not a conversion kit. of course if you want an exact prototypical model it will need to be 3D printed. Any suggestion, off-list of course, are welcome!

"Nathan,
 
I am interested.  Kitwood Hill no longer offers their Durango turntable.  I recall he was referring folks to the Diamond Scale 65' turntable but don't see that on his website any longer.  The Kitwood Hill turntable apparently operated well but the pictures I saw lacked girder detail.  The ring rail and end bogies/drive mechanism were bulky.  I hope these can be improved, perhaps with 3D printed details.  Don't know if Kitwood Hill or Diamond Scale would be willing to provide the mechanism.
 
Bob"

--
Nathan M. Kline
Nate's HOn3 East Broad Top RR & Coal Co.
___________________________________

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVJMoICFWw9Muse6xm8moiQ
MeWe Group: https://mewe.com/group/5fbb79e7edc4177fe935a858
Nate's Light Iron Hobbies: http://nateslightironhobbies.com
Broad Top Mountain Models: http://broadtopmountainmodels.com


Update On BTMM HO Scale EBT Boiler House kit missing piece

NarrowMinded1
 

Bill will be shipping out the missing part for the HO EBT Boiler House kit on Monday. Thank you for your patience and sorry for any inconvenience.
--
Nathan M. Kline
Nate's HOn3 East Broad Top RR & Coal Co.
___________________________________

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVJMoICFWw9Muse6xm8moiQ
MeWe Group: https://mewe.com/group/5fbb79e7edc4177fe935a858
Nate's Light Iron Hobbies: http://nateslightironhobbies.com
Broad Top Mountain Models: http://broadtopmountainmodels.com


Re: Whats on the bench/Durango sand house question

John Stutz
 

Dick

Thanks for the sand house photographs. 

Looking out the door of the 1981 photo, I see the #3 & #4 drivers of what is presumably a K-36 or K-37, with the boiler stripped down to the bare shell.  On the barrel's belly there is an extremely odd pair of diagonal rivet lines, not at all like the usual form of longitudinal boiler shell seam.  Does anyone actually know what these represent?

John Stutz

On February 25, 2021 6:13 PM RICHARD DONNA BELL <bell_1_05@...> wrote:


These are from the old sand house in Durango. The first photo is from 1981, and the other two were taken some years after that. There was no interior door, just a small partition between the stove and the lift. Hope this helps. Dick


Re: Whats on the bench/Durango sand house question

Scott Baker
 

Thanks for the photos!


Re: Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette

Climax@...
 

For a price anything can be done! hahahhaha

-----Original Message-----
From: Bill Mugford
Sent: Feb 26, 2021 12:41 PM
To: HOn3@groups.io
Cc: On3@groups.io
Subject: Re: [HOn3] Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette

Hi:

Does anyone have a K-37 or K-37 that they might want to send to a new, very caring home?

Reply here or 336.307.1870 by phone or text.

Gratefully,

Bill Mugford
Phone

On Feb 24, 2021, at 11:42 PM, Roger Clay <roger@...> wrote:


All Issues in Fair (F) or Good (G) condition.

All individual Fair condition issues $5 + shipping
All individual Good condition issues $7 + shipping

Accepting offers over $350 (plus hipping) for the entire Lot including duplicate issues And, if you request it,  I’ll throw in the 2011 HOn3 Annual.

Payment via PayPal (Friends), Venmo or Zelle (preferred)

Year
Issue
Condition
# of Issues
1980




May/June
F
1

Nov/Dec
G
1
1981




Jan/Feb
G
1

May/June
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Sept/Oct
G
1
1982




Mar/April
G
1

May/June
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Nov/Dec
G
1
1983




Mar/April
F
1

Jul/Aug
G
1
1984




Jan/Feb
F
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Sept/Oct
G
1
1985




Mar/April
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Nov/Dec
G
1
1993




Jul/Aug
G
1
1994




Nov/Dec
F
1
1999




Jan/Feb
G
1

Mar/April
G
3

May/June
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Sept/Oct
G
1

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G
1
2002




Jan/Feb
G
1

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G
3

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G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Sept/Oct
G
1

Nov/Dec
G
1
2003




Jan/Feb
G
2

Mar/April
G
2

May/June
G
2

Jul/Aug
G
1

Sept/Oct
G
1

Nov/Dec
G
3
2004




Nov/Dec
G
1
2006




Jan/Feb
G
1
2008




Jan/Feb
G
1

Mar/April
G
1

May/June
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Sept/Oct
G
1

Nov/Dec
G
1
2009




Jan/Feb
G
1

Mar/April
G
1

May/June
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Sept/Oct
G
1

Nov/Dec
G
1
2010




Mar/April
G
1

May/June
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1
2012




Jan/Feb
G
1

May/June
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Sept/Oct
G
1

Nov/Dec
G
1
Roger Clay
The 7th Direction
Marin County, California
mobile & txt: 415-233-1290


Re: Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette

Bill Mugford
 

Hi:

Does anyone have a K-37 or K-37 that they might want to send to a new, very caring home?

Reply here or 336.307.1870 by phone or text.

Gratefully,

Bill Mugford
Phone

On Feb 24, 2021, at 11:42 PM, Roger Clay <roger@...> wrote:


All Issues in Fair (F) or Good (G) condition.

All individual Fair condition issues $5 + shipping
All individual Good condition issues $7 + shipping

Accepting offers over $350 (plus hipping) for the entire Lot including duplicate issues And, if you request it,  I’ll throw in the 2011 HOn3 Annual.

Payment via PayPal (Friends), Venmo or Zelle (preferred)

Year
Issue
Condition
# of Issues
1980




May/June
F
1

Nov/Dec
G
1
1981




Jan/Feb
G
1

May/June
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Sept/Oct
G
1
1982




Mar/April
G
1

May/June
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Nov/Dec
G
1
1983




Mar/April
F
1

Jul/Aug
G
1
1984




Jan/Feb
F
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Sept/Oct
G
1
1985




Mar/April
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Nov/Dec
G
1
1993




Jul/Aug
G
1
1994




Nov/Dec
F
1
1999




Jan/Feb
G
1

Mar/April
G
3

May/June
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Sept/Oct
G
1

Nov/Dec
G
1
2002




Jan/Feb
G
1

Mar/April
G
3

May/June
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Sept/Oct
G
1

Nov/Dec
G
1
2003




Jan/Feb
G
2

Mar/April
G
2

May/June
G
2

Jul/Aug
G
1

Sept/Oct
G
1

Nov/Dec
G
3
2004




Nov/Dec
G
1
2006




Jan/Feb
G
1
2008




Jan/Feb
G
1

Mar/April
G
1

May/June
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Sept/Oct
G
1

Nov/Dec
G
1
2009




Jan/Feb
G
1

Mar/April
G
1

May/June
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Sept/Oct
G
1

Nov/Dec
G
1
2010




Mar/April
G
1

May/June
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1
2012




Jan/Feb
G
1

May/June
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Sept/Oct
G
1

Nov/Dec
G
1
Roger Clay
The 7th Direction
Marin County, California
mobile & txt: 415-233-1290


Re: Mount Blue Model Co

Robert Bell
 

John, I had to go back to my FaceBook page to find my review of the boxcar kit.  Here is the jest of my opinion of the kit:

I did not use the kit's lasered brake ratchet/pawl, the brake staff lower bracket, or the lasered brake wheel. Instead, I used the Grandt parts included. Also, I added a length of 1/32" brass angle to each door for the door braces in the middle of the doors.
So, to sum it up, this kit took some extra research and parts. The parts of the kit are great, but be prepared to add parts that IMHO, should've been included in the kit: NBWs, 0.020" wire for the train line, the angle for the door brace, and .015" wire for a longer brake staff if you use the Grandt lower bracket.

Having looked closely at the flat car kit instructions, I think they have improved. Enjoy!


Rob Bell
Modeling the White Pass & Yukon Route in HOn3
Waynesville, NC


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On Friday, February 26, 2021, 07:05:33 AM EST, Robert Bell via groups.io <ionhoss@...> wrote:


John,
I built the Mount Blue ET&WNC 37' box and it went together really nicely.  It has a beautiful interior. I used correct brass trucks from Dave Hoffman and added no additional weight and it operates great so far.  There were a couple of minor issues with the instructions as I remember, but it turned out fantastic.  I have the flat cars as well but have yet to build them.

Rob Bell
Modeling the White Pass & Yukon Route in HOn3
Waynesville, NC




On Thursday, February 25, 2021, 03:57:38 PM EST, John Stutz <john.stutz@...> wrote:


Mount Blue Model Co is generally known for their O scale narrow gauge models, but I was looking over their site recently and chanced on an extensive line of HO narrow gauge cars.  These are not the usual Colorado prototypes.  Mostly 2' gauge, but I purchased an ET&WNC box and pair of flats, and a generic 28' box that should be an easy conversion to an early White Pass.  These are laser kits, including laser cut underframes, so should be easy builds, but will need trucks and couplers.  

See: < ">http://www.mountbluemodelco.com/HO.htm>.  This is only linked from their home page and their Australian models page.

John Stutz


Re: Mount Blue Model Co

Robert Bell
 

John,
I built the Mount Blue ET&WNC 37' box and it went together really nicely.  It has a beautiful interior. I used correct brass trucks from Dave Hoffman and added no additional weight and it operates great so far.  There were a couple of minor issues with the instructions as I remember, but it turned out fantastic.  I have the flat cars as well but have yet to build them.

Rob Bell
Modeling the White Pass & Yukon Route in HOn3
Waynesville, NC




On Thursday, February 25, 2021, 03:57:38 PM EST, John Stutz <john.stutz@...> wrote:


Mount Blue Model Co is generally known for their O scale narrow gauge models, but I was looking over their site recently and chanced on an extensive line of HO narrow gauge cars.  These are not the usual Colorado prototypes.  Mostly 2' gauge, but I purchased an ET&WNC box and pair of flats, and a generic 28' box that should be an easy conversion to an early White Pass.  These are laser kits, including laser cut underframes, so should be easy builds, but will need trucks and couplers.  

See: < ">http://www.mountbluemodelco.com/HO.htm>.  This is only linked from their home page and their Australian models page.

John Stutz


Re: Whats on the bench/Durango sand house question

RICHARD DONNA BELL
 

These are from the old sand house in Durango. The first photo is from 1981, and the other two were taken some years after that. There was no interior door, just a small partition between the stove and the lift. Hope this helps. Dick

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Scott Baker
Sent: Thursday, February 25, 2021 5:50 PM
To: HOn3@groups.io
Subject: [HOn3] Whats on the bench/Durango sand house question

 

I attached a few photos of my Durango sand house scratchbuild effort so far. I'm asking for help concerning what the door looked like between the sand bin and the drying house. I have been unable to find any photos that show that view. It seems like I saw a discussion somewhere with photos of the inside of the drying house with the equipment etc., and the process used, (it may have been Chama), but I can't seem to find the source again. Any help is appreciated!
Thanks in advance!
Scott Baker

 


Whats on the bench/Durango sand house question

Scott Baker
 

I attached a few photos of my Durango sand house scratchbuild effort so far. I'm asking for help concerning what the door looked like between the sand bin and the drying house. I have been unable to find any photos that show that view. It seems like I saw a discussion somewhere with photos of the inside of the drying house with the equipment etc., and the process used, (it may have been Chama), but I can't seem to find the source again. Any help is appreciated!
Thanks in advance!
Scott Baker


Re: Mount Blue Model Co

Don Peterson
 

I have built one of their HOn3 Colorado Central cars. Build was very well thought through and it came out nice. Wish they did more HOn3 cars

Don Peterson

On Thursday, February 25, 2021, 01:57:38 PM MST, John Stutz <john.stutz@...> wrote:


Mount Blue Model Co is generally known for their O scale narrow gauge models, but I was looking over their site recently and chanced on an extensive line of HO narrow gauge cars.  These are not the usual Colorado prototypes.  Mostly 2' gauge, but I purchased an ET&WNC box and pair of flats, and a generic 28' box that should be an easy conversion to an early White Pass.  These are laser kits, including laser cut underframes, so should be easy builds, but will need trucks and couplers.  

See: < ">http://www.mountbluemodelco.com/HO.htm>.  This is only linked from their home page and their Australian models page.

John Stutz


Re: Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette

Roger Clay
 

Everything Mark said is correct. 

One other issue can come up from the use of an external DVD drive on Macs from the last few years that have no media drive. While I had no problem getting one of my Apple SuperDrives to read the Hayden DVD, another SuperDrive I use from time to time (and normally reads any CD/DVD) took several attempts to get the drive to mount.

On Feb 25, 2021, at 1:55 PM, Mark Rosche via groups.io <m_rosche@...> wrote:

No emulator like Wine for MacOS but you can run Parallels or VMWare Fusion on a Mac (Intel based) and have a full blown Windows Virtual Machine...Parallels and Fusion are very stable and well integrated into MacOS.  I use this extensively at work and for hobby purposes...not free but well worth the few $$$. Parallels will run on an M1 Mac and one can install Windows 10 for ARM Preview but the DVD will not run on it as the program on the DVD is compiled for Intel based Windows...

Regards,

Mark


Roger Clay
The 7th Direction
Marin County, California
mobile & txt: 415-233-1290


Re: Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette

Mark Rosche
 

No emulator like Wine for MacOS but you can run Parallels or VMWare Fusion on a Mac (Intel based) and have a full blown Windows Virtual Machine...Parallels and Fusion are very stable and well integrated into MacOS.  I use this extensively at work and for hobby purposes...not free but well worth the few $$$. Parallels will run on an M1 Mac and one can install Windows 10 for ARM Preview but the DVD will not run on it as the program on the DVD is compiled for Intel based Windows...

Regards,

Mark

Don‘t take life too seriously...no one gets out alive anyway....

On 25. Feb 2021, at 22:28, Bill Lugg <luggw1@...> wrote:

I know nothing about Macs as I am a Linux guy, myself.  Is there a tool equivalent to Wine for Linux you can use on a Mac to emulate Windoze and run some of these apps?  I use it to get access to the MR archive on DVD and it works great.  I haven't acquired the NGSLG DVD yet, but expect it will work as well.

Bill Lugg


On 2/25/21 1:56 PM, Roger Clay wrote:
Yes, I bought Bob’s DVD but, unfortunately, I could not get the app to install properly on any of my Macs. Gratefully I was able to extract all the scanned PDFs and can read and search the resulting files easily. Folks with the new M1 Macs (no Boot Camp ability at this point) and post Catalina macOS machines  are going to need to have a Windows machine to use the DVD. Bob told me he has the app installed and working on his Mac running the Mojave macOS, but I could not get the app to install properly on ANY post-High Sierra machine, even though I know my way around Macs and macOS being self-described cyberShaman (Mac support technician).

That said, there are some old-school MRs out there that prefer reading off paper, and with the prices NG&SLG back issues are going for on eBay, I thought the $350 for 60 issues in very good shape sounded reasonable. Still,  without a doubt getting 50 years of NG&SLG and Finelines AND Slim Gauge News in digital format for $150 is a much better deal.

But sadly, Bob’s compilation only goes up to 2014, and he’s told me directly that he and Bob Brown are not interested in keeping it up-to-date or compatible with current Macs.

— burnin’ rio

   On Thu, Feb 25, 2021, 2:04 PM Eric Schrowang
   <eschrowang@... <mailto:eschrowang@...>> wrote:

       Bob Hayden offers the entire first 50 years plus fine lines
       for 150.00 on a computer DVD.
       javascript:popupWindow('http://bobhayden.com/index.php?main_page=popup_image&pID=102
       <http://bobhayden.com/index.php?main_page=popup_image&pID=102>')
       Eric

       On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 11:08 AM <Climax@...
       <mailto:Climax@...>> wrote:

           Darn, I wonder how much a set from Volume 1 #1 to date in
           mint shape in binders, plus all Fine Lines and Slim Gauge
           news would be worth today.

           DB


Roger Clay
The 7th Direction
Marin County, California
mobile & txt: 415-233-1290
roger@... <mailto:roger@...>







Re: Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette

Bill Lugg
 

I know nothing about Macs as I am a Linux guy, myself.  Is there a tool equivalent to Wine for Linux you can use on a Mac to emulate Windoze and run some of these apps?  I use it to get access to the MR archive on DVD and it works great.  I haven't acquired the NGSLG DVD yet, but expect it will work as well.

Bill Lugg

On 2/25/21 1:56 PM, Roger Clay wrote:
Yes, I bought Bob’s DVD but, unfortunately, I could not get the app to install properly on any of my Macs. Gratefully I was able to extract all the scanned PDFs and can read and search the resulting files easily. Folks with the new M1 Macs (no Boot Camp ability at this point) and post Catalina macOS machines  are going to need to have a Windows machine to use the DVD. Bob told me he has the app installed and working on his Mac running the Mojave macOS, but I could not get the app to install properly on ANY post-High Sierra machine, even though I know my way around Macs and macOS being self-described cyberShaman (Mac support technician).

That said, there are some old-school MRs out there that prefer reading off paper, and with the prices NG&SLG back issues are going for on eBay, I thought the $350 for 60 issues in very good shape sounded reasonable. Still,  without a doubt getting 50 years of NG&SLG and Finelines AND Slim Gauge News in digital format for $150 is a much better deal.

But sadly, Bob’s compilation only goes up to 2014, and he’s told me directly that he and Bob Brown are not interested in keeping it up-to-date or compatible with current Macs.

— burnin’ rio

On Thu, Feb 25, 2021, 2:04 PM Eric Schrowang
<eschrowang@gmail.com <mailto:eschrowang@gmail.com>> wrote:

Bob Hayden offers the entire first 50 years plus fine lines
for 150.00 on a computer DVD.
javascript:popupWindow('http://bobhayden.com/index.php?main_page=popup_image&pID=102
<http://bobhayden.com/index.php?main_page=popup_image&pID=102>')
Eric

On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 11:08 AM <Climax@mindspring.com
<mailto:Climax@mindspring.com>> wrote:

Darn, I wonder how much a set from Volume 1 #1 to date in
mint shape in binders, plus all Fine Lines and Slim Gauge
news would be worth today.

DB
Roger Clay
The 7th Direction
Marin County, California
mobile & txt: 415-233-1290
roger@7thdirection.com <mailto:roger@7thdirection.com>


Re: Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette

Roger Clay
 

Well, I recently saw the Netflix Minimalism documentary and realized I need to pare-down my stuff. That, and the Marie Kondo "Tidy-up” movement, motivated me to jettison my back issues, Next up is to scan my post-2014 issues and add them to my collection of NG&SLG PDFs.

That said, I’ll take entertain offers over $60  (+ shipping) on what I’ve listed. <finger-crossed that there is a buyer out there.>

On Feb 25, 2021, at 12:34 PM, John via groups.io <spaceway1999@...> wrote:

I had my entire collection up on eBay a few years ago and the best I could get was $60.00
Sad
John

Roger Clay
The 7th Direction
Marin County, California
mobile & txt: 415-233-1290


Mount Blue Model Co

John Stutz
 

Mount Blue Model Co is generally known for their O scale narrow gauge models, but I was looking over their site recently and chanced on an extensive line of HO narrow gauge cars.  These are not the usual Colorado prototypes.  Mostly 2' gauge, but I purchased an ET&WNC box and pair of flats, and a generic 28' box that should be an easy conversion to an early White Pass.  These are laser kits, including laser cut underframes, so should be easy builds, but will need trucks and couplers.  

See: < ">http://www.mountbluemodelco.com/HO.htm>.  This is only linked from their home page and their Australian models page.

John Stutz


Re: Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette

Roger Clay
 

Yes, I bought Bob’s DVD but, unfortunately, I could not get the app to install properly on any of my Macs. Gratefully I was able to extract all the scanned PDFs and can read and search the resulting files easily. Folks with the new M1 Macs (no Boot Camp ability at this point) and post Catalina macOS machines  are going to need to have a Windows machine to use the DVD. Bob told me he has the app installed and working on his Mac running the Mojave macOS, but I could not get the app to install properly on ANY post-High Sierra machine, even though I know my way around Macs and macOS being self-described cyberShaman (Mac support technician).

That said, there are some old-school MRs out there that prefer reading off paper, and with the prices NG&SLG back issues are going for on eBay, I thought the $350 for 60 issues in very good shape sounded reasonable. Still,  without a doubt getting 50 years of NG&SLG and Finelines AND Slim Gauge News in digital format for $150 is a much better deal. 

But sadly, Bob’s compilation only goes up to 2014, and he’s told me directly that he and Bob Brown are not interested in keeping it up-to-date or compatible with current Macs.

— burnin’ rio

On Thu, Feb 25, 2021, 2:04 PM Eric Schrowang <eschrowang@...> wrote:
Bob Hayden offers the entire first 50 years plus fine lines for 150.00 on a computer DVD.
Eric

On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 11:08 AM <Climax@...> wrote:
Darn, I wonder how much a set from Volume 1 #1 to date in mint shape in binders, plus all Fine Lines and Slim Gauge news would be worth today.

DB

Roger Clay
The 7th Direction
Marin County, California
mobile & txt: 415-233-1290


Re: Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette

John
 

I had my entire collection up on eBay a few years ago and the best I could get was $60.00
Sad
John


On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 12:30 PM, Russ Norris
<rbnorrisjr@...> wrote:
😂

On Thu, Feb 25, 2021, 2:39 PM <Climax@...> wrote:
Russ
The only problem is that you can clean the coffee stains off a CD, and yet the ones on the magazines have lasting memories! hhhahaha
Dave

-----Original Message-----
From: Russ Norris
Sent: Feb 25, 2021 2:08 PM
To: HOn3@groups.io
Subject: Re: [HOn3] Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette

And well worth the price!

Russ

On Thu, Feb 25, 2021, 2:04 PM Eric Schrowang <eschrowang@...> wrote:
Bob Hayden offers the entire first 50 years plus fine lines for 150.00 on a computer DVD.
Eric

On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 11:08 AM <Climax@...> wrote:
Darn, I wonder how much a set from Volume 1 #1 to date in mint shape in binders, plus all Fine Lines and Slim Gauge news would be worth today.

DB

-----Original Message-----
From: Roger Clay
Sent: Feb 25, 2021 2:42 AM
To: HOn3@groups.io, On3@groups.io
Subject: [HOn3] Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette

All Issues in Fair (F) or Good (G) condition.

All individual Fair condition issues $5 + shipping
All individual Good condition issues $7 + shipping

Accepting offers over $350 (plus hipping) for the entire Lot including duplicate issues And, if you request it,  I’ll throw in the 2011 HOn3 Annual.

Payment via PayPal (Friends), Venmo or Zelle (preferred)

Year
Issue
Condition
# of Issues
1980




May/June
F
1

Nov/Dec
G
1
1981




Jan/Feb
G
1

May/June
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Sept/Oct
G
1
1982




Mar/April
G
1

May/June
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Nov/Dec
G
1
1983




Mar/April
F
1

Jul/Aug
G
1
1984




Jan/Feb
F
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Sept/Oct
G
1
1985




Mar/April
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Nov/Dec
G
1
1993




Jul/Aug
G
1
1994




Nov/Dec
F
1
1999




Jan/Feb
G
1

Mar/April
G
3

May/June
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Sept/Oct
G
1

Nov/Dec
G
1
2002




Jan/Feb
G
1

Mar/April
G
3

May/June
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Sept/Oct
G
1

Nov/Dec
G
1
2003




Jan/Feb
G
2

Mar/April
G
2

May/June
G
2

Jul/Aug
G
1

Sept/Oct
G
1

Nov/Dec
G
3
2004




Nov/Dec
G
1
2006




Jan/Feb
G
1
2008




Jan/Feb
G
1

Mar/April
G
1

May/June
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Sept/Oct
G
1

Nov/Dec
G
1
2009




Jan/Feb
G
1

Mar/April
G
1

May/June
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1

Sept/Oct
G
1

Nov/Dec
G
1
2010




Mar/April
G
1

May/June
G
1

Jul/Aug
G
1
2012




Jan/Feb
G

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