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  1. Good Sir Jim

    Custom Painting Life-Like GP-38

    I bought a Chessie GP-38 a long while back at a train show somewhereabouts. It runs sort of noisy, and doesn't have any flywheels, and the paint scheme is way off, colors are too dark and icky. So I thought this one would be the perfect candidate for my first custom-painted engine. Does...
  2. Good Sir Jim

    I've Found My Way Back To Model Railroading

    3 years ago, I abandoned my last railroading project with frustration and general anger. Faulty equipment, a lack of knowledge on electronics in general, and clumsy fingers, horrible for laying track, working on trains, and anything with finesse. With these passed years, I'd like to think...

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