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    Welcome to the forum Wes, and welcome back to the hobby.
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    Hello all from Vermont!

    Hello and welcome. Another Vermonter here, north eastern part. I'm just getting started myself. N scale freelanced Pennsylvania Railroad for me so I can get some of those long coal trains rolling. Starting with steam but I'm probably gonna make it the transitional era so I can add in a few...
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    Should you tell your wife......?

    I am a firm believer that it is easier to ask for forgiveness than it is to ask for permission. Celebrated 25 years with my very forgiving wife last month.
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    Scratch Building a Transition Era Garbage Truck

    amazing job. Who needs a kit when you can do fine work like that?
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    Rusted up a '46 Chevy Semi-tractor model

    That looks fantastic!
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    Need a Plumber?

    Very nice, will he come to Northeast Vermont?
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    Steam starter set HELP

    not the most inexpensive route, but it would work.
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    Steam starter set HELP

    So I've decided to get a starter set so I have something fun to run in circles while I am working on my layout and to give me incentive to keep at it. I want a steam set but about all I can find are sets made by bachmann and I would prefer something of better quality. Are there any Kato steam...
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    3-D Printers

    I have the Sovol SV01 printer and at its price point I am very happy with it. I've printed several n scale buildings and vehicles and yes they can be quite a bit of work to clean up as there is a minute void on the surface of every layer. However, once primed and sanded the surface is smooth...
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    First Craftsman Kit Build - J. Keen Supplies

    I also like your weathering, think it looks quite realistic for an aging building.
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    Bar Mills Tylick Tool - Time for the Insanity

    This is looking fantastic, I can't wait to see it finished. I think something like this would fit in in my mid 1980's layout I am planning. Thanks for sharing.
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    JTEX A switcher junkyard

    Things are looking great, love all the pictures.

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