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94119

Re: PECO is in the United Kingdom

As you folks expect the VAT, we, at least here in the US expect, for the most part, to pay sales tax. And as far as that goes, this includes out-of-state
Brian Termunde
8:33 AM
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94118

Micro-Trains MAY Releases

Order desk is now OPEN. http://normstrainworld.com/products/browse/groups/grouping/N%20Scale/categor y/Micro%20Trains%20MAY%20Pre-Orders
Rockwell/Norm's Train World
Apr 28
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94117

Re: PECO is in the United Kingdom

I've been a satisfied Hattons customer for some time even though my last package has mysteriously disappeared. (2 months now) In my case I'm blaming Canada
John Finken
Apr 28
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94116

Re: PECO is in the United Kingdom

Hi All, What a nice story. I could say "Told you so" but I'll resist that temptation. You didn't mention if the order included track? We who suffer the Royal
MikeBeard
Apr 28
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94115

Re: PECO is in the United Kingdom

I live in the UK and recently saved $30+ on shipping a purchase from Indianna by checking the Parcel2go website and then using it as a sanity check on the
Alan Wyatt
Apr 28
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94114

Re: PECO is in the United Kingdom

I have ordered from Hattons and they are a great retailer. My item took an inordinate time to arrive, however, something like a month. I figured it went down
dmn56
Apr 28
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94113

Re: PECO is in the United Kingdom

Hi N Scalers, A while back I made an inquiry on this list regarding the possibility of saving money on a significant PECO track purchase via buying from a
clausschlund
Apr 27
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94112

Re: Early ATSF Mechanical Reefer Models - What Do You Want?

I think Fox Valley has the N Scale Red Caboose line George Sent from my iPhone
George Hollwedel
Apr 27
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94111

Re: Early ATSF Mechanical Reefer Models - What Do You Want?

Mechanical reefers are just outside my era. But I'll buy one, for conversation purposes, the earlier class the better. (I know, I don't supply much incentive
Otto Kroutil
Apr 27
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94110

Re: Distressing Gondolas

I would think the outside bracing would be enough protection from any casual handling damage. While most foils are extremely flexible by nature and could be
chicagonwwired
Apr 26
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94109

Re: Distressing Gondolas

Yes and why I mentioned thin brass' potentially etched with any other regular details into it. Scale dimensioned cars do get delicate. Running delicate cars in
Jeffrey Reynolds
Apr 25
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94108

Re: resins and plastics manufacturing details?

Close to my home is a team track with two tracks and it is always filled with covered hoppers of pellets. There is truck traffic in and out all day long taking
marty92126
Apr 25
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94107

Re: Distressing Gondolas

A thought on using aluminum foil. How do you keep from removing your carefully applied dents when picking up the car? You could, of course, pick it up by the
marty92126
Apr 25
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94106

Concrete Barriers from Rubber wipers

Hello Fellow N Scalers, I just published a video that shows how to take a throw away item, a rubber windshield wiper part, to make Concrete or Jersey Barriers
rrcaucker04
Apr 25
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94105

Re: Early ATSF Mechanical Reefer Models - What Do You Want?

Had to dig out my copy of Mechanical Refrigerator Cars to answer this. The Rr-56 is a good choice, there were a lot of them wearing several paint schemes and
marty92126
Apr 24
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