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Happy Birthday Mr TT-Tracks!!!

Happy Birthday Bill!

I wish you good health and more good ideas for TT in NA!

Cheers to you

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English narrator


I am looking for a native English person to read the narration for my railway films (home work). Unfortunately the former speaker passed away and I cannot finish my films ( not very much, 1-2 films/year).

Here is example from the past:

The details we can discuss in PM.

Thank you very much!
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Cheap model lights

It is Christmas season, almost every shop sells some lights for decoration.
I found also a very versatile battery operated SMD LED chains. The LEDs are soldered to two quite hard wires ( brass or bronze) and glued with strong epoxy.
You can cut the wires everywhere and form them to the required shape and install on poles or house walls. There are cold and warm white chains and from single chain you can create ...
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Bush Funeral Train

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remotoring HP MU car

About a year ago i've got an MU car in very poor condition. The rubber band was worn-out and the motor was almost dead. You now it's pretty hard to find spare parts for HP models in Russia. I say it's impossible :) But i had some mitsumi M15N-3 motors and а piece of an eraser.
Here what I do have now.
this is a TEST run
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Visiting DC area

Hey everyone, does anyone have a layout near the Frederick, MD area? We'll (me and my son) be visiting soon. Aloha, Bill
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the layout

Just a few shots of the layout and the new Gold Coast boxcar.





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Mounting hole too large on Gold Coast boxcar

Someone pointed this problem out in another thread: Mounting hole too large on Gold Coast boxcar subframe.

Here is how I solved the problem. Tapped a piece of styrene and threaded the mounting screw into it. The default screws that come with Microtrains couplers are long enough to do that.

I used a 1027 coupler, which has a boss / post sticking out of the top of the draft box cap, near the mounting hole ...
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