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We wrapped up construction on a 18.0' x 9.0' walk-in S Scale that featured several Menards structures. The center piece was the locomotive engine shed with LED interior lighting and exterior NEON signs. The building was accented with some original American Flyer light towers and fuel tanks, but building fit right in and looked fantastic.

We are currently constructing a 48.0' x 19.5' Custom O Scale 3-rail layout for a client in Cincinnati. The pike has a considerable amount of rail, but what space has been designated for structures are filled with Menards industrial structures. A total of six Mendards structures will be placed on the layout including:                                      Sprecher Brewing - National Power & Light - Schneider Freight - Vetter Sash & Door - Wally's Service Center - Pepsi Bottling Plant

 

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  • Custom S- Scale Layout American Eagle Railroad Group: Mid Construction Photo of S Scale Layout Featuring both American Flyer Accessories and a Menards Diesel Locomotive Shed
  • Custom S Scale Model Railroad - Gold Series American Eagle Railroad Group Inc,: Mid Construction Photo of S Scale Layout Featuring both American Flyer Accessories and a Menards Diesel Locomotive Shed
  • Custom S Scale Model Railroad - Gold Series American Eagle Railroad Group Inc,: Menards Locomotive Shed - S Scale Model Railroad
  • Custom S- Scale Layout American Eagle Railroad Group: Menards Locomotive Shed - S Scale Model Railroad with vintage American Flyer Accessories
  • Custom S- Scale Layout American Eagle Railroad Group: Menards Locomotive Shed - S Scale Model Railroad with vintage American Flyer Accessories
  • Custom O Scale 3 Rail Model Railroad American Eagle Railroad Group: Custom O Scale Model Railroad - Cincinnati
  • IMG_4074: Menards O Scale Built-Up Structures

Hi Alan, I assume that the special Menard's catalog now shown on the OGR home page is also one included in the printed copy of OGR #313?  If it is, a VERY BIG Thank You!  Little things, such as posting this catalog on the OGR home page no less, is what makes OGR such a great magazine.  The Very Best to you and the entire OGR crew. 

I love my new digital subscription to OGR.  What a bargan in Century 21.  Hey guys, those of you who continue to ride the OGR train for free, like I've been doing, PLEASE consider subscribing TODAY!  Believe me, you won't regret it one single bit.

This is not intended to be a plug for OGR you understand, but I just had to shovel another load of coal into the caboose stove.  Not only is OGR HOT, but it's a SUPER COOL magazine, to boot!

Joseph Toth Jr.

 

 
@EB posted:

Alan,

Regarding "In addition....run 313 that current subscribers are currently receiving has a very special 24 page Menards catalog insert and is a special catalog that is going to O Gauge Railroading Magazine readers first! " . . .

I am an OGR Digital subscriber and would VERY MUCH like to have a copy of the 24 page Menard's catalog insert.  If I overlooked it in the digital run 313, please let me know where it is.  Otherwise, in the interest of fairness might you provide a digital version of the catalogue, or at lease mail a paper version to me/us please?  I love Menard's train products and Christmas is coming . . . $$$

EB

It's available as a download (PDF) on the OGR main page: https://ogaugerr.com/

Andrew J Wartman, thank you so much for posting the photos of your recent build in progress!

Hopefully quick questions . . .

1. What was the cost for the table construction?

2. I'm drooling over that shelving unit on the wall ... but how do you guys plan to get trains off of it !?!

3. Always interested and asking about track/layout plans (diagram, SCARM, RR) ... care to share?

Thank you again for giving us a thrill !

EB

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