RE: Take a (Model) Train to Work Day
- Date: Wed, 2 Nov 2005 12:51:13 -0600
From: "Larry Donsbach" <ldonsbach@...>
Subject: RE: Take a (Model) Train to Work Day
Just a little question. How do us retired people take a train to work?
You know we feel really left out on days like today.
San Antonio, TX
Contact the manager of the closest shopping center/mall and ask if
you can set up a table. It may even work better if the mall has a
hobby shop that carries electric trains.
- Definitely a possibility.
--- Thomas Welsch <rvn20012000@...> wrote:
> Hi Tom,__________________________________
> Here are the answers to your questions.
> In email@example.com, Tom Fisher
> <tfisher10@y...> wrote:
> 1. Would car cases fit in the drawers?
> Yes...MTL and Pennzee car cases fit in the
> drawers. The drawers
> are only 6 inches long, so long Marklin passenger
> car cases won't
> fit. FR cases are too wide to fit.
> 2. If so, how big are the cabinets which hold the
> parts drawers?
> The 60-drawer cabinet that I bought measures 12
> inches wide by 6
> inches deep by 22 inches tall.
> 3. Is yes to #1, what part drawer cabinets do you
> recommond? E.g., something readily available at
> Depot, Sears, etc.?
> I couldn't find any suitable parts drawers at
> any of my local
> big-box hardware stores or local mom & pop stores so
> I went on-line
> to a supplier I've dealt with in the past. Anyone
> can buy from their
> web site with a credit/debit card. Go to
> http://www.globalindustrial.com and enter part #
> WB499104 in
> the "search" box at the top of the page to look at
> the cabinet I
> bought. They have a large variety of styles and
> sizes to choose from.
> You can see all the selections by clicking on
> "cabinets" in the
> navigation list on the left side of the homepage,
> and then clicking
> on "drawer cabinets" near the bottom of the next
> I have no affiliation with or interest in this
> company...it's just a
> company I've dealt with in the past.
> I hope you find something that will satisfy your
> Thom Welsch
> MidweZt HaulerZ
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