Monthly Archives: October 2014

Woodlark Central #4 – How about 22 foot minimum radius

I just was not liking the short stubby passing siding on the 28 foot radius plan.  So I began to wonder if I could go smaller.  Looking through old issues of …… I found 1″ scale plans operating down to … Continue reading

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A day at the track – Cinder Sniffers Aug 2014

In august, my brother and family came to town for two weeks.  We decided it would be nice to spend a day running trains.  In 2013, we had run the 305 for Carillon Park’s Railfest, but this year we decided … Continue reading

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Transport for the #778

Dad and I decided that I’d keep the #778 at my house, thus I needed to be able to transport the loco in my 2007 Pontiac Vibe and store the loco in my garage.  For transport, I constructed a board … Continue reading

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#778 – A new loco

In December 2013, my dad and I acquired #778 a one inch scale 0-4-0 Little Engines loco.  The loco was first run in July 1978, hence the number 778.  It’s been owned and operated by 3-4 members of the Finger … Continue reading

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