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Built this Derrick tender combo a few years ago, (everything seems to be a few years ago now) used Athearn Roco as well as many other detail parts, and scratch built a bunch of it too. I fat fingered the thread title it should read D258.
Thanks for looking.
Been gathering parts for this project for a while. Finally got the single cable sheaves (27 of them) from Athearn a few days ago, so getting a good start on this. Grafted the Roco boom to the Athearn hoist house and reworked the draw works to fit 21 of the sheaves in all the blocks and 250...
Finished a couple cranes this weekend. These are again from the crane parts box. I used the Roco booms, and Athearn crane houses and chassis on other projects. So, I ended up with a bunch of extra stuff, I dont need or want these so they be going up for sale. They are Roco cranes with...
Like the title says this is a thread on the building of the current project unfinished. When I started the MRR I was into the D&RGW/SP, but I have always liked the BN, then I kinda reconnected with my roots, and got into the Frisco with particular interest in the Quanah Acme & Pacific RR (QA&P)...
This RTR AThearn ATSF caboose has been sitting on top of a display case for years and I decided it was time to get rid of it or do something with it.
I ran across some pictures of a shoving platform (BNSF dont call them cabooses anymore, as the doors are usually welded shut) that is used in the...
My Name is Tom,
From Western Colorado, was referred to this site by a good friend.
Will be uploading pictures videos and participating as time allows. I see a few guys I recognize from other sites here too.
Grand Junction CO
I cant access the profile and most other...
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