Monthly Archives: September 2013

Keeney Creek Shifter: The How and Why of a trackplan

Every model railroad has to be designed with a space limitation. Also what needs to be included into the design is the builder’s time and money. One other aspect, forgotten by many, is the time it takes to get to … Continue reading

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Introducing the Keeney Creek Shifter

Graham and I have started working on a new N scale layout. Graham decided after looking through lots of magazines and books that he liked coal mining railroads. He really likes the Model Railroader project railroad Clinchfield RR in N … Continue reading

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Model Railroading with your children

Model railroading has always been an enjoyable hobby for me. This year , I started a project with two of my children. We call it “Slow Train Down South”. We have finished laying track and wiring our first module and … Continue reading

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What is new?

What is new? Well for one I have added a few links. Recently discovered Bill Schneider’s two blogs. I first saw Bill’s HO version of the NYO&W in a Kalmbach Publication a few years ago. Being a fan of the … Continue reading

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