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In an interesting twist, I can't save the PDF version.  I can download it into Adobe and view all of it, but it gets an error when I try to save or print it.  What's the purpose of having the PDF version if you can't save it?

I had to give it a minute to finish loading. The PDF is sent in chunks to the browser so you can start reading it, but it looks like some parts of it are being sent more slowly. The download button won't work until the whole thing loads.

@Landsteiner posted:

There is a USB port, so that may potentially provide some low power, yes?  Do not think there will be a conventional output at 5-10 amps if that is what Art is asking.

There is no conventional output of the Base 3.  You will control Powermasters, ZW-Ls, and ZW-Cs like you do now.  If there were you would have a common and power output.  There is just the "U" connection.

@Allegheny posted:

Thank you very much for the link!   What is the difference that it allows me to open/download the file?   I'm trying to understand why my system is allowing it to open.

It's your browser.  It won't let the fancy Lionel online viewer, which doesn't use PDF's, operate properly.

Downloading a PDF file directly from the link bypasses this Lionel viewer.  The file goes directly to your PC's PDF viewer instead.

Mike

It's your browser.  It won't let the fancy Lionel online viewer, which doesn't use PDF's, operate properly.

Downloading a PDF file directly from the link bypasses this Lionel viewer.  The file goes directly to your PC's PDF viewer instead.

Mike

Thank you Mike.   Do you know what it would take to repair the issue?  I'm using DuckDuckGo.  If it's a setting I'm willing to try it.    Actually I also tried it with Google and I had the same issue. 

Double wow!  I found it a very interesting catalog from Lionel..gas electrics  (what brand of the several prototypes do they most closely model?  I researched that once but have forgotten...) Smaller RR's, TAG, for instance and pages and pages of accessories...which last l hope means this is not a dead hobby... Who got the MTH McKeen dies, IF they were sold off?  Any hope of McKeen appearing in future catalog?  Could not "put it down".. And a request for custom runs....

When Lionel started to bring out the Thrall well cars they were not scale and very under sized, is that still the case?

The first intermodal well cars that LIONEL produced were Traditional O gauge articulated Gunderson Maxi-Stack well cars.

The next intermodal well cars that LIONEL offered were O scale Gunderson All-Purpose Double-Stack well cars that were accidentally labeled as Gunderson's Husky-Stack well cars.

The O scale All-Purpose Double-Stack cars have wells were 3' shorter than the real dimensions, meaning that they carry 45' containers and trailers instead of 48' trailers and containers.

Andrew

@Mallard4468 posted:

Am I the only person that hates the "flip through the pages" format?  Would much prefer to have something modern, faster loading, and SEARCHABLE.

You can download a PDF from the "flip through the pages" window.  Up at the top is a place to click that opens the auxiliary  menu, then click on the download icon, as seen below, in order to open a PDF download dialog box.

BTW -- You're not going to get it fast no matter what you do.  It's a high-quality, hence VERY big, file.

Mike

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Double wow!  I found it a very interesting catalog from Lionel..gas electrics  (what brand of the several prototypes do they most closely model?  I researched that once but have forgotten...) Smaller RR's, TAG, for instance and pages and pages of accessories...which last l hope means this is not a dead hobby... Who got the MTH McKeen dies, IF they were sold off?  Any hope of McKeen appearing in future catalog?  Could not "put it down".. And a request for custom runs....

I do not think that any McKeen tooling was created. After it was announced, only about twenty-five or so pre-orders were received (according to one of our forumites); that surely would not be enough to start "carving metal".

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