Bob ..... Thank you very much !Thank you for the grain elevator post, it looks great! I replied there as well, that's exactly what I had in mind for that post.
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That said, you don't need to bother, I've already updated it on your account. However, in case anyone else has the same question, that's how to fix it.
I lived in Astoria, in southwest Fulton county. It is the oldest incorporated town in the state. It is located in an area of the state that became known as Forgottonia. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forgottonia My 6th grade teacher's son declared himself as the governor of Forgottonia as a part of the protest in an effort to make the plight of the area known to politicians.Bob, Where in Central Illinois did you live?
It made the rounds before about five or six years back, it's in Italy. Google maps tell all. Pentagram WyeI read about that one, it's been making the rounds. It's in Europe or Asia or something.
Looks like locomotive cab parts to me!I'm not quite sure of what I am looking at there, JAMES?
That's horrible! Even me out in the real backwoods of Texas gets 6.1 Mbs down. I haven't checked the upload in a while, but it was nearly 1.5 Mbs a few years ago.I only got 1Mb down
That's it. The other is that the 4400's had the isolated cab, where the 4300's did not. The reason for the extra step at each corner was that MRL's order was tacked onto the end of 'Ace's being built for the Mexican railroads and built in Mexico as well. I think "The Wall" put and end to that production facilities use. So unless some of those locos show up north of the border, MRL will have the only ones operating within the US. It's also probably the reason Athearn Genesis has never made any models of them, being as there's only 9 on roster. There's 29 all up with the 16 of the original 4300-4315 and the 4, repatriated from the West Australian Iron ore Railroad, Fortesque Metals Group (FMG), 4316-19.It's the number of steps.
Yes, but can we do this: ?And we're back... If you were on at 7:00 PM Pacific Time, you may have noticed a brief outage. Xenforo supports emojis (which are different than smilies) and they weren't working on the new server. I have to adjust the DB a bit. That meant closing the place for a moment while I did the updates.
And now we can do this:
Hmm, hope this is a good idea.
Apparently, the wife of Hobby Lobby's owner had a vision from God that told them to keep all their stores open, unless ordered to close by the Dept. of Health. Moeover, they are not giving their employees paid sick leave. I don't want to turn this into a (banned) religious discussion, most of you already know my views, but on purely ethical grounds but I will no longer give them my business. My personal boycott won't bother them in the least, but it will make me feel better. Either we're in this together, or we're not.Morning all,
Time for coffee and a short stack, thanks Flo!
Foggy start this morning and if the fog lifts quick enough we'll get to the mid-70's today. Some sun would be nice for a change.
No train time yesterday, although I could have made time I guess. I was going to get some HO stuff at Hobby Lobby yesterday before the stay at home orders took affect, but thought I'd do better if I had a coupon to reduce the price. So I didn't get anything. I do need to work through my wiring and get to running trains. Due to the stay at home orders for the county, All the hobby shops should be closed, so I missed out on my chance to modeling paint.
I found out how bad my internet at home has gotten when I took a MiFi from work home as a test. Not only am I getting 1/2 the speed I'm paying for, I'm also in a Verizon service hole. I only got 1Mb down and 300Kb up on the MiFi. About 18 years ago I tested several cell phones from various companies as the accounting firm I was working for at the time wanted me to be available 24X7,. At the time only Cingular had enough towers to get a decent signal at my location, so I chose them as the provider. Cingular later bought out by Southwestern Bell, who later bought and merged with AT&T and took their name. So I have AT&T as my phone provider now. Even after all these years, Verizon still doesn't carry much of a signal to be able to handle data. I currently live less than 1/2 mile from the house I did the testing in all those years ago. I do have Verizon on the work phone and for the most part can carry on a conversation, but it explains the data issue.
Bob- As of yesterday NY State has the highest in the country at 25,000+ Most in the NYC area. They now think that people that had the flu back in Dec and Jan possibly had Coven-19 and want to test them to see. I guess the only good part is if NY peeks now we can get past this here and the rest of the country can learn.
Good morning....Back to work today on the rotating shift. I just wish the weather would warm up.
Ahh no. Although I did attempt to make a galloping goose one time. I will have to dig that out and post it. It is so crude lol.Good morning ...
This is our 14th day of isolation.
James..... Any plans to make a model of that "rail car"? ..... It would be a unique item for sure.
Everybody ....... Have a good Wednesday.
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