Bill wrote: So... what have you been working on? Bill I ve been struggling with an urban scene in way too small a space! So far I ve completed all the steelMessage 1 of 83 , Jun 1, 2007View SourceBill wrote:
So... what have you been working on?
I've been struggling with an urban scene in way too small a space! So
far I've completed all the steel girder bents for my viaduct that runs
through the scene (previously most were faked with wood blocks), I've
fairly successfully hidden the entrance into the scene with building
flats, and I've just about completed a large brick structure modified
out of Magnuson parts. Got a long way to go yet!
Bill - your trains look great, but I really like your spindly
trestle/bridge! What parts did you use - or is it totally scratch from
Kevin Look at the Sept/Oct 2010 issue of the Narrow Gauge and Short Line Gazette. There s an article describing how one modeler kit-bashed a Walthers N ScaleMessage 83 of 83 , Feb 18View SourceKevin
Look at the Sept/Oct 2010 issue of the Narrow Gauge and Short Line Gazette. There's an article describing how one modeler kit-bashed a Walthers N Scale Turntable to depict an HOn3 Ridgway Turntable.
He used a Radio Shack 1/4" Audio Plug and Jack to improve both the mechanical and electrical performance of the turntable.
RGS in HOn3
--- In HOn3@yahoogroups.com, "KevinB" <mdlbldr@...> wrote:
> I have been considering using a Walthers N scale turntable just as you are,however after reading your post it sounds like it is a pain to make it work. I was assuming that it would be an easy process per Walthers info. and considering the price I would think it should work fine. You refer to info you have on getting it to work. Where could I find this information? Thanks for any input.
> Kevin Barnett