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This is great to know. I definitely have a supply of other brushes I can use - I didn't known I could file/shape them down. Thanks so much!
Best, Ken (rosanitty)
I'm on a Mac' Atlas RTS won't run on a Mac without running Windows on top of the Mac OS.
I've had good results with Railmodeller 3.1.4 (railmodeller.com); it's shareware - a donation is requested if you like it (I do).
Good luck. Ken (rosanitty)
I have two F.E.D. 0-4-0T (brass) switchers from my childhood. I've rebuilt lots of locos over time, but these two projects keep staring at me from above the workbench. They were imported from Japan by NWSL from 1974-1984; of course NWSL has long been out of parts for something this...
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