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I have a "what I did" about scratchbuilding a narrow gauge timber
tunnel based on the Ohio River and Western Standing Stone Tunnel at:


Thank you if you visit


Wiley Old Dog

Great clinic as always. I continue to be amazed and inspired by your work. Thank you for sharing.



SpaceMouse said:
Nice work.

So Harold, are you back to On30?

The OO/HO in the 1870's was a good concept, but these eyes don't see small anymore. The equipment I intended to use is becoming unavailable and the lack of sound was the other factor.

The new Bachmann 2-8-0 sealed the return to On30.



New Member
Portal from Matches

Years ago, I also tryed to make my one Tunnelportals.

I used Matches to build it! :)



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