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Lately I have been listening to a couple of different podcasts about model railroading, these include: Model Rail Radio, the Model Railcast Show, the Model Railroad Hobbyist, the Model Railway Show, the Observation Car Podcast, and the Scotty Mason Show. I found all of these on iTunes, and can strongly recommend each of them. These podcasts led to a train of though of how...

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Very cool complete scene.
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I recently have started listening to a couple of different model railroad podcasts. One of the most interesting subjects, described in interviews on both the Model Railway Show and also on Model Rail Radio (both on iTunes) was a micro layout called Brooklyn 3Am. http://carendt.us/scrapbook/page87/index.html I cant say enough about how awesome this little scene is, and how it uses a lot of small...

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Installing Rock Castings on the Get Out & Push railroad.
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Another view of my heavy equipment collection. The tow yard, a Woodland Scenics kit. My most recent project, completing the wiring on the meat packing module (my first one).  I ran the bus wires and used suitcase connectors (displacement connectors) to make the connections.  Also seen in this picture are two of the blue-point switch machines.  I still have several more to install, and...

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Installing Rock Castings on the Get Out & Push railroad.
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Work in progress on the newer of the two modules.  Shown is this picture is the Campbell scale models Brett’s Brewery, shown in its eventual position on the display.  The building on the right is the Grant Line warehouse. Here is a closeup of the rock castings behind the brewery.  This hill is built in the traditional manner of carboard strips covered in plaster...

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