milwrd posted:

Soooooooo, what's a steak have to do with a brewery?

If your going to have a Beer tasting area at the BREWERY the LAW requires to provide food for your guest! What a great lunch! BEER & STEAK! at your favorite brewery!

Mike

USMC 5/11 Battalion Oscar Battery 155 Big Guns!

Semper Fi !

Menards addiction Meeting member! /  LCCA# 41824

mike g. posted:

Me too Chris! Might take me a while to eat it with 12 teeth but I would give it one heck of a try! LOL

12 toofers??  I'm missing 8 due to wisdom teeth coming in with no room. Didn't even hurt until I was 50.   Had 2 removed years before that because there wasn't room for them.  

Toofers aside.    I'm still banking on a brewery!   I hope the make High Life or Miller light! : ) 

Jim 

Operator of the Southern Railway System.

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A Weber barbecue grill factory.or 

Steak that's grilled,  plus 10 O's.

it is a diner with 10 barstools. 

Mark is getting wise to us guessing it right most of the time, now he is getting tuffer.

I know where I have been, I know where I am at, I am hopeful I know where I am going.(The devil and God are talking it over).

Menards posted:

Happy Monday!

Here is another hint for you!

Keep an eye out for our new release coming on Wednesday!

 

Thank you,
Mark the Menards Train Guy!

6 freight trucks with couplers (and NO thumbtacks!) means 3 cars. So I'm guessing not a diner.

Menards posted:

Happy Monday!

Here is another hint for you!

Keep an eye out for our new release coming on Wednesday!

Tease 3

Thank you,
Mark the Menards Train Guy!

No guesses from me on what the new item may be... but that looks like Bettendorf-type trucks. All I recall being used on Menard's "Traditional" sized stuff is roller bearings. If I am understanding that past Menard's traditional products were equipped with roller bearings, then new Bettendorf-type trucks on upcoming products (like the traditional sized) would be a very nice touch.

Andre

The clues are not getting any easier in 2019. With the last clue it could be one of a number of things. Flat car with trucks on it. A three car unit train. Thank God only a few more days till the announcement. Question for Mark...........Will Menards be offering the discounted tickets for the train show again this year.......... Thanks Paul

Not much to add here but I did notice a couple of things about the clues.  I googled the steak picture and it's a 12oz ribeye.  In the first picture there's 12 portholes, eyelets, windows, who knows. Finally, in the picture of the trucks, Mark states keep an eye out for the latest release...I'm still baffled but there does seem to be some connections with eyes and the number 12.

paul 2 posted:

The clues are not getting any easier in 2019. With the last clue it could be one of a number of things. Flat car with trucks on it. Thanks Paul

Using Paul's guess, I can visualize a 12-axle depressed center bed flat car. Maybe with a transformer load for delivery to one of their power plants.

cabinet Bob posted:
D500 posted:
Richie C. posted:

Flat car with a stake truck …..

Or a steak truck?

I don't know, but I have a small ribeye in the freezer that is calling my name for supper, all of a sudden. Must go thaw...

Hummmm.Steak Truck ??20190107_144934

Are you a fellow menards worker??

-Jack

Playtrains, dad has come out of hibernation and silence to add more fuel and speculation to what it could be. More then likely it is already on his layout LOL. With three days till we know I am stable, calm with the help of medication. I firmly believe 2019 will be an eye opener with the up and coming releases from Menards...........Paul

play trains posted:

Can't take the tension anymore, between Mark's clues and wondering what the next warehouse find will be on another thread, I'm losing it! LOL

Hang in there Brother! Its almost over!

Mike

USMC 5/11 Battalion Oscar Battery 155 Big Guns!

Semper Fi !

Menards addiction Meeting member! /  LCCA# 41824

Get Trucking: Lighted Stake Trucks from Menards

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Stake Trucks 2

The Basics: Every railroad moves freight. But what if the freight comes in less-than carload lots? How does a railroad track maintenance crew haul their gear? And what do businesses around the nation use for pickups and deliveries? They use a freight truck.

The new stake trucks from Menards are 6-½ inches long, 2-inches tall, and approximately 2-inches wide. Each vehicle has a Plug & Play connection for power the front headlights and red brake lights.

Vehicles available are the Menard Cashway Lumber (279-4601), the Vetter Sash & Door (279-4602), a nice companion to the Vetter Sash & Door, the Pennsylvania Railroad (279-4603), the Santa Fe (279-4604), the Chicago & North Western (279-4605), and the Railway Express Agency (279-4606).

Illumination requires a Menards 4.5 volt power supply, Menards SKU# 279-4061, 279-4062, or 279-4050 sold separately. Also available are two different accessory packs. The 9-Piece Plug & Play Accessory Pack (279-4681), and the 8-Piece Plug & Play Accessory Pack (279-4035) allow you to illuminate several vehicles or buildings with a single power supply.

Why you need this: The styling of these vehicles make them at home on any railroad modeling the 1940s through the 1960s. The gentle curves of the front hood and fenders evoke iconic trucks made by Ford, Chevy, GMC, International Harvester, and Mack. The cab has silver accents for grab irons, door handles and side vents. The roof has five orange-painted simulated running lights. The front bumper and grillwork are a subdued silver color.

The cargo compartment has a textured and painted simulated wood deck. The side slats are smooth and the rear tailgate can be opened and lowered. Flip the vehicle over and you’ll find fuel tank and even a simulated drive shaft. The axles are free rolling.

Railroad and business names and liveries are well-done and eye-catching.

Each vehicle has a foot long power connection for use with the Plug & Play system by Menards. Using the multi-connection pack you can illuminate several vehicles and structures and swap them out as you please.

 

Enhance the experience:

The 9-Piece Plug & Play Accessory Pack (279-4681) includes one four-way line splitter, one 5-foot, one 4-foot, and one 3-foot extension section. The three Y-splitters can power up to six vehicles.

Have some old buildings you’d like to illuminate? The set includes two four-inch LED tape lights that can provide additional spot lighting wherever you need it. The accessory pack can do a lot!

The 8-Piece Plug & Play Accessory Pack (279-4035) includes two 6-foot extensions (straight plug head), two 6-foot extensions (90-degree plug head), two male to female conversion pieces and two Y-splitters.

Thank you,
Mark the Menards Train Guy

 

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