a picture a day....

My steam power is growing 😎😎

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Here you can see my Lionel Lionmaster TMCC Challenger smoking up the room with a 20ohm resistor swap and a Super Chuffer. Also my newest addition to the roster is a Lionel Heavy Mikado with Legacy. (On a side note I have a Legacy System getting here tomorrow. Hopefully this weekend I get to play with this beauty in Legacy mode vs. TMCC.)

I am in love with this Legacy Mikado. It has definitely become my new favorite. The whistle steam has to be the coolest feature on any of my engines!

Daniel Gonzalez

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Fourfir Thursday.  From the Virginia Museum of Transportation in Roanoke.- " Me and a Y6 " " Y6 front and side" " VTM layout shot " IMG_2935IMG_2937IMG_2938IMG_2952

Cheers and Happy Railroading,

Patrick W  

CEO - The Free State Junction Railway 

" Where the music is sweet and the trains always run on time"

Home Office - Patsburg, Maryland 

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Briansilvermustang, That photograph evidences that train tracks really did occur very  close to the fronts of buildings, like in a business district or in front of a row of stores. We see such arrangements on layouts, from time to time, but know that is often due to space constraints, so to see an example of such proximity in a real-life photo is interesting, to me, at least.

Here's another example somebody shared that I found equally instructive and surprising...mceclip0close

Interesting.

FrankM

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