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Re: 1942 Miner Hand Brake in HO

Tim O'Connor
 

It's a whole AB brake set including the hand brake equipment. At $13 it costs much more than
many of my unbuilt freight car kits ever did. Sheesh. Money ain't what it used to be! ;-)

On 2/3/2019 8:08 AM, gtws00 via Groups.Io wrote:
I found this new 1942 Miner Handbrake kit on the Arrowhead Models website. I have no affiliation with them and just wanted to let others know of it availability. Looks to be the one as modeled on their Hopper Cars.
Web link below.
https://arrowheadmodels.com/collections/shop/products/miner-1942-handbrake-and-appliance-set-ahp-9001

GeorgeToman
--
*Tim O'Connor*
*Sterling, Massachusetts*


Military loads.

Brian Carlson
 

Years ago after seeing a photo of military truck load in either the RPC article on loads or in an article, I picked up a Roco Minitanks M35 to create a load.

Now after thinking about the August 1957 era I Model I’m wondering if a single M35 on a flatcar would be a common load. Did military loads commonly move in singles/separate moves in my era.

I wasn’t around then so hoping for advice.

Brian J. Carlson


Re: SLSF 152203 DS auto car and B&A 16000 series flat

John Barry
 

Thanks Steve,

This is helpful and does look like a good kitbashing project.

John

John Barry
 
ATSF North Bay Lines 
Golden Gates & Fast Freights 
Lovettsville, VA

707-490-9696 

PO Box 44736 
Washington, DC 20026-4736


On Sunday, February 3, 2019, 11:44:09 AM EST, Steve and Barb Hile <shile@...> wrote:


Hi John,

I won't profess any personal knowledge of these cars, but I will share what can be gleaned from the attached diagram sheet.

These cars were built in 1910 by ACF and Standard Steel Car and were rebuilt by the Frisco in 1937, presumably by the new roof, doors and ends plus AB brakes.  The cars disappear sometime in the middle to late 50's.  The drawing shows a diagonal brace in the lower corners of the sides which does not appear in the photo.  This could be an interesting kitbashing project.

Steve  Hile
 
-----Original Message-----
From: John Barry
Sent: Feb 2, 2019 11:52 AM
To: STMFC
Subject: [RealSTMFC] SLSF 152203 DS auto car and B&A 16000 series flat

Can anyone give me further information about these two cars?  SLSF 152203 was a 40' double sheathed end door auto loader in series SLSF 152000-152228.  It was photographed unloading a DUKW onto a Boston & Albany flat at the San Francisco Port of Embarkation during WWII.  I wrote about the book, Gateway to Victory, back in 2015 https://northbaylines.blogspot.com/2015/12/san-francisco-port-of-embarkation-sfpoe.html  
I've looked through the Sunshine all time list and associated flyers and came up with earlier and later cars, but not the 152000 series.  

The B&A flat has to be one of the 186 cars remaining in the 16000-16399 series.  The build date and capacity eliminate the other B&A flats listed in the Jan 45 ORER.  The Canada Southern Railway website lists the cars as members of Lot 300-F built in 1912.  The 4-13 build date in the photo is consistent with an extended delivery from a late 1912 order.  

I would like to model both of these cars.

John Barry
 
ATSF North Bay Lines 
Golden Gates & Fast Freights 
Lovettsville, VA

707-490-9696 

PO Box 44736 
Washington, DC 20026-4736


Re: Decals for Tank cars

Tony Thompson
 

gary laakso wrote:

American Scale Models has tank car decals left over from brass model imports, including Richard Hendrickson’s Western Asphalt:
 

   Notice however that their original ERROR remains, to make the reporting marks COLX instead of the correct CDLX for California Dispatch Line. The prototype "D" is kind of rounded, no doubt the source of the mistake, but it's a mistake nevertheless.

Tony Thompson             Editor, Signature Press, Berkeley, CA
2906 Forest Ave., Berkeley, CA 94705         www.signaturepress.com
(510) 540-6538; e-mail, tony@...
Publishers of books on railroad history






Decals for Tank cars

gary laakso
 

American Scale Models has tank car decals left over from brass model imports, including Richard Hendrickson’s Western Asphalt:

 

http://americanscalemodels.com/HO?product_id=1934 

 

While I have ordered brass parts from ASM, I have not ordered decals. 

 

Gary Laakso

Northwest of Mick Brock

 


Re: 1942 Miner Hand Brake in HO

Blaine
 

George: thank you for pointing to this!

Ed Hawkins and I have been discussing a potential point of confusion regarding how the appliance kit is labeled. The confusion relates to the combination of Miner 1942-era design hand brake and brake wheel. (Both of which, are accurate in our model of the 1960-built Pullman-Standard H39.) But, the style of brake wheel is not accurate for 1942-era applications. It may be more accurate to state that it is a 1960s era appliance kit for the Miner 1942-era design handbrake.

A detail exegesis of hand brakes is covered in a 59-page article in RP CYC volume 10. Of course, I would invite anyone who is interested to read more about these details there.

Ed invited me to point to this fact given that this is a steam era list and the product is labeled 'Miner 1942 Handbrake and Appliance Kit'. I will also be making an amendment to the copy of our website so that we don't invite confusion.

Let us rejoice that the hobby is in a place where these kind of precise distinctions are being made!

My best,

Blaine Hadfield
Arrowhead Models


Re: 1942 Miner Hand Brake in HO

Lester Breuer
 

Thanks for sharing.
Lester Breuer


Re: Eastern Car Works 65' mill gondolas

mopacfirst
 

Progress --

I painted the finished G26 yesterday.  Had a major brain-dead moment.  Before the pieces were assembled, I painted the inside surfaces with a sort of rust and black mixture.  While I'd painted the underframe black, I ended up putting so much lead under there that the paint, and the brake gear, was a lost cause.  Still, I got it up to 4.2 oz.  Got the car completely assembled, carefully gluing it so the ends were still moveable, and added wire grabs.  I used .030 x .060 for the spacers that some of the grabs were attached to.  Trimmed the grabs on the ID and filed the sharp edges so the ends still moved;  actually they kind of latch with the grab ends that penetrate the end frame.  So I masked the inside sides to protect the grungy paint, and blasted it with PRR freight car color.

Oops, didn't mask the floor.  Saw that just as I'd hit it with paint.  Now the floor is shiny red, or the middle six feet of it anyway.  So this morning I re-masked and at least tried  to cover that with the rusty car ID mixture.  It looks ok, but not what I originally set out to do.

Now just waiting for decals.

Ron Merrick


3 New WWII-Era Bethlehem 70-Ton Gondola Schemes Available from Tangent!

Tangent Scale Models
 

Tangent Scale Models is pleased to announce the availability today of our latest run of Bethlehem 52’6” 70-Ton Gondolas in HO scale.  Produced from 1937 until 1957, Bethlehem Steel Company produced over 6,000 of these Gondolas at its Johnstown PA plant and supplied parts to other builders to build an additional 3,000+ cars.  These gondolas saw service across the steam, steam-transition, and diesel-eras.  These cars could be loaded with steel products, automotive frames, bulk material and scrap metal, just to name a few, and served customers across the USA and Canada.  The prototypes were built with drop ends and equipped with various options per the buyer’s specifications.

 

The Tangent Scale Models Bethlehem 52’6” 70-Ton Gondola is a distinctive finescale replica that includes highly accurate lettering, “true to life” colors, and “near-scale” draft gear.  The Tangent model features prototype specific options as well as interior detail, wire grab irons, CNC-machined wheels, Kadee® scale couplers and an intelligent weight design to ensure the model operates as good as it looks.

Check them out now at www.tangentscalemodels.com in these FIVE sharp RTR schemes:

 

Baltimore & Ohio (B&O) "Original O-59A 9-1941" is an all new paint scheme for the Tangent Bethlehem 52’6” 70T Gondola.  This group of 300 cars was built by BSC and delivered to the B&O in September of 1941.  While the B&O rostered over 4,000 of these gondolas total, the paint schemes show interesting variations.  By this date, B&O has shifted the Capitol Dome Logo to the right side of the car.  Duryea draft gear, riveted steel floors, corrugated ends, and an Ajax brake wheel are all present on the model and correct for this B&O series.  Check out the slack adjuster, mounted under the 5th rib on one side of the car – accurate for this specific B&O offering!  This car is available in 6 different numbers!

 

Reading (RDG) "Original 1941" replicates the delivery scheme on Reading’s first 100 car order, built by Bethlehem Steel.  BSC and the Reading Company’s own shops would eventually combine to build 2000 cars between 1941 and 1945!  Classic white roman lettering stands out on these black GHH class cars.  Reading specifications included Duryea draft gear, riveted steel floors, corrugated ends, and Ajax brake wheels.  All of these important details are present on the Tangent model and we are pleased to offer 6 new numbers for 2019!

 

Reading (RDG) "GHH Repaint 1956" is one of our most popular and requested paint schemes for this gondola.  1956 has brought a fresh coat of black paint and the Reading’s new “Speed Lettering” graphics to this 1941-built GHH class workhorse.  Slanted and stylized speed lettering with Roman reporting marks and data – this is Classic Reading Company, all the way.  We are very happy to offer 6 numbers in this scheme!

 

Lehigh Valley (LV) "Original 1942" brings some color to this release, exhibiting the Lehigh Valley’s oxide red paint and white lettering.  These cars are part of the LV’s second order of 400 gondolas.  Take your time – enjoy the nuances of accurate LV lettering:  The unevenly spaced LD LMT line, the classic LEHIGH VALLEY typestyle, and black & white diamond.  The Lehigh Valley requested conventional draft gear, wood floor, and Dreadnaught ends for these cars, all duplicated with the Tangent offering.  This scheme is available in 6 numbers!

 

Lehigh Valley (LV) "Green 1970" gives the 1970s modelers a splash of beautiful green color!  This offering replicates a series of cars refurbished by United State Railway Equipment (USRE) in Washington, Indiana for the Lehigh Valley in February of 1970.  This model Is full of little details: a light gray interior wall color matching the prototype, etched-metal Wine tie-downs on the top chord of the car, and stand-off metal ACI plates -- just like the prototype.  This car is available in three numbers!

 

Want to see photos of our new spectacular replicas?

See http://www.tangentscalemodels.com/  for a link to the new models!

 

We studied the prototype to accurately reproduce it with the following features:

- Dimensional accuracy – scaled exactly from Bethlehem Steel plans

- Highly accurate “true to life” colors

- Exact fonts and lettering placement – compare our replicas to the prototype photos on our website!

- Detail variations: Side chord tie downs appropriate for each paint scheme

- Detail variations: Steel or wood decks inside the car

- Detail variations: Duryea or conventional end sill detail appropriate for each paint scheme

- Detail variations: End door variations (Dreadnaught and Straight Corrugated) appropriate for each paint scheme

- Detail variations: Tack board locations appropriate for each paint scheme

- Detail variations: Brake platforms appropriate for each paint scheme

- Detail variations: Handbrakes applied to match production specifications (Universal, Ajax, or Equipco handbrakes available as separate parts, too!)

- Interior deck sits at the scale height

- Interior detail inside the gondola

- Wire grab irons and coupler lift bars

- Separate air hoses

- Weighted to NMRA specs for smooth operation

- Genuine Kadee® scale couplers

- Tangent 70-ton ASF A-3 Ride-Control trucks

- CNC-machined 33” wheels in high quality Tangent Scale Models trucks, with semi-scale wheels available separately

- Recommended age 14 years and older.

 

Do not miss out on this popular Bethlehem 52’-6” 70-Ton Riveted Drop-End Gondola!  Pricing for our new RTR gondolas is $38.95 each.

 

Thank you for continuing to support Tangent Scale Models, a family-owned and operated company! 

 

David Lehlbach

Tangent Scale Models


Re: SLSF 152203 DS auto car and B&A 16000 series flat

Steve and Barb Hile
 

Hi John,

I won't profess any personal knowledge of these cars, but I will share what can be gleaned from the attached diagram sheet.

These cars were built in 1910 by ACF and Standard Steel Car and were rebuilt by the Frisco in 1937, presumably by the new roof, doors and ends plus AB brakes.  The cars disappear sometime in the middle to late 50's.  The drawing shows a diagonal brace in the lower corners of the sides which does not appear in the photo.  This could be an interesting kitbashing project.

Steve  Hile
 

-----Original Message-----
From: John Barry
Sent: Feb 2, 2019 11:52 AM
To: STMFC
Subject: [RealSTMFC] SLSF 152203 DS auto car and B&A 16000 series flat

Can anyone give me further information about these two cars?  SLSF 152203 was a 40' double sheathed end door auto loader in series SLSF 152000-152228.  It was photographed unloading a DUKW onto a Boston & Albany flat at the San Francisco Port of Embarkation during WWII.  I wrote about the book, Gateway to Victory, back in 2015 https://northbaylines.blogspot.com/2015/12/san-francisco-port-of-embarkation-sfpoe.html  
I've looked through the Sunshine all time list and associated flyers and came up with earlier and later cars, but not the 152000 series.  

The B&A flat has to be one of the 186 cars remaining in the 16000-16399 series.  The build date and capacity eliminate the other B&A flats listed in the Jan 45 ORER.  The Canada Southern Railway website lists the cars as members of Lot 300-F built in 1912.  The 4-13 build date in the photo is consistent with an extended delivery from a late 1912 order.  

I would like to model both of these cars.

John Barry
 
ATSF North Bay Lines 
Golden Gates & Fast Freights 
Lovettsville, VA

707-490-9696 

PO Box 44736 
Washington, DC 20026-4736


1942 Miner Hand Brake in HO

gtws00
 

I found this new 1942 Miner Handbrake kit on the Arrowhead Models website. I have no affiliation with them and just wanted to let others know of it availability. Looks to be the one as modeled on their Hopper Cars.
Web link below.
https://arrowheadmodels.com/collections/shop/products/miner-1942-handbrake-and-appliance-set-ahp-9001

GeorgeToman


Re: What Was That Car End Again?

Brent Greer
 

According to an N&W equipment diagram I found in the Archives, this is an American Car and Foundry Co. corrugated end.

Ray Breyer's article on the Accurail 36' DS boxcar prototypes had another picture of an SSW car with these ends and I've got a photo of them applied to N&W class SJ or SK 40' stock cars.  There are also general arrangement drawings showing them being applied to N&W class BI 36' boxcars.

Brent

________________________________
Dr. J. Brent Greer


From: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io <main@RealSTMFC.groups.io> on behalf of Bob Chaparro <chiefbobbb@...>
Sent: Saturday, February 2, 2019 11:49:10 PM
To: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io
Subject: [RealSTMFC] What Was That Car End Again?
 

What Was That Car End Again?

I think someone addressed the type of car end that appears on this SSW boxcar 17164. This photo is from the Massachusetts Collections Online, showing a 1920 wreck at Atlantic Station, MA:

https://www.digitalcommonwealth.org/search/commonwealth:6682x6980

What was that car end name again?

Thanks.

Bob Chaparro

Hemet, CA


Re: Throwback Thursday: Westerfield

steve_wintner
 

Brian, thank you. I'm on a similar plan and schedule, but my stash is suddenly looking quite small. :')

Stephan


Re: Throwback Thursday: Westerfield

Brian Carlson
 

Based on all the emails, I decided to count the hobby shop in the basement. I shouldn’t have.  I have built approximately 20 resin cars from the usual sources, F&C Sunshine, Yarmouth Speedwitch. I stopped counting at 120 unbuilt kits. I’m a slower builder and I buy them when they come out since I know they won’t be around forever. Being 45 I hope I can build for another 25-30 years.

 

In addition to ones I’ve built I’ve purchased built cars sold but others on this list including Clark P, and Hugh G.

 

My first car was a Westerfield G22B and a Container load.  Decaling the Billboard PRR scheme and all the decals on the containers was probably the most tedious part.

 

Brian J. Carlson, P.E.

Cheektowaga NY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


What Was That Car End Again?

Bob Chaparro
 

What Was That Car End Again?

I think someone addressed the type of car end that appears on this SSW boxcar 17164. This photo is from the Massachusetts Collections Online, showing a 1920 wreck at Atlantic Station, MA:

https://www.digitalcommonwealth.org/search/commonwealth:6682x6980

What was that car end name again?

Thanks.

Bob Chaparro

Hemet, CA


Re: SLSF 152203 DS auto car and B&A 16000 series flat

Benjamin Hom
 

Ralph Brown wrote:
"There isn’t really a lot to go on, but my best guess is Class GR."

Bruce Smith replied:
"
GR or GRA. No way to tell within the context of the image."

The spotting feature needed to tell the two apart is out of the shot.  The way to tell the two classes apart in a side shot is the center panel.  Since the Class GRA is longer, the center panel is a rectangle vice the square of the Class GR.


Ben Hom







Re: SLSF 152203 DS auto car and B&A 16000 series flat

Bruce Smith
 

GR or GRA. No way to tell within the context of the image. It also appears that there might be some sort of cargo bridging the gap between cars, explaining why 2 PRR composite goes are in SF at the same time and side by side.


Regards,

Bruce​ Smith

Auburn, AL


From: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io <main@RealSTMFC.groups.io> on behalf of Ralph W. Brown <rbrown51@...>
Sent: Saturday, February 2, 2019 5:43 PM
To: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io
Subject: Re: [RealSTMFC] SLSF 152203 DS auto car and B&A 16000 series flat
 
Hi Bruce,
 
I saw them and I’ve been flipping through the gondola book trying to figure out what they are.  There isn’t really a lot to go on, but my best guess is Class GR.
 
Wha’cha think?
 
Pax,
 
 
Ralph Brown
Portland, Maine
PRRT&HS No. 3966
NMRA No. L2532

rbrown51[at]maine[dot]rr[dot]com
 
From: Bruce Smith
Sent: Saturday, February 2, 2019 4:35 PM
To: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io
Subject: Re: [RealSTMFC] SLSF 152203 DS auto car and B&A 16000 series flat
 

​And I note the two PRR composite gondolas just behind the B&F flat.

 

Regards

Bruce Smith

Auburn, AL


From: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io <main@RealSTMFC.groups.io> on behalf of John Barry <northbaylines@...>
Sent: Saturday, February 2, 2019 11:52 AM
To: STMFC
Subject: [RealSTMFC] SLSF 152203 DS auto car and B&A 16000 series flat
 
Can anyone give me further information about these two cars?  SLSF 152203 was a 40' double sheathed end door auto loader in series SLSF 152000-152228.  It was photographed unloading a DUKW onto a Boston & Albany flat at the San Francisco Port of Embarkation during WWII.  I wrote about the book, Gateway to Victory, back in 2015 https://northbaylines.blogspot.com/2015/12/san-francisco-port-of-embarkation-sfpoe.html 
I've looked through the Sunshine all time list and associated flyers and came up with earlier and later cars, but not the 152000 series. 
 
The B&A flat has to be one of the 186 cars remaining in the 16000-16399 series.  The build date and capacity eliminate the other B&A flats listed in the Jan 45 ORER.  The Canada Southern Railway website lists the cars as members of Lot 300-F built in 1912.  The 4-13 build date in the photo is consistent with an extended delivery from a late 1912 order. 
 
I would like to model both of these cars.
 
John Barry
 
ATSF North Bay Lines
Golden Gates & Fast Freights
Lovettsville, VA
 
707-490-9696
 
PO Box 44736
Washington, DC 20026-4736


Re: SLSF 152203 DS auto car and B&A 16000 series flat

Eric Hansmann
 

Roger Hinman did a fine presentation on steel NYC flat cars at the Chicagoland and Cocoa Beach RPMs. I can’t find my handout but there were about 2500 similar flats installed on NYC Lines in the Teens. I’m slowly working on adapting a Tichy flat with new sides. The prototypes had fishbelly side and center sills. 

I’ve got nuthin’ on the SLSF automobile boxcar. 


Eric Hansmann
Murfreesboro, TN


On Feb 2, 2019, at 11:52 AM, John Barry <northbaylines@...> wrote:

Can anyone give me further information about these two cars?  SLSF 152203 was a 40' double sheathed end door auto loader in series SLSF 152000-152228.  It was photographed unloading a DUKW onto a Boston & Albany flat at the San Francisco Port of Embarkation during WWII.  I wrote about the book, Gateway to Victory, back in 2015 https://northbaylines.blogspot.com/2015/12/san-francisco-port-of-embarkation-sfpoe.html  
I've looked through the Sunshine all time list and associated flyers and came up with earlier and later cars, but not the 152000 series.  

The B&A flat has to be one of the 186 cars remaining in the 16000-16399 series.  The build date and capacity eliminate the other B&A flats listed in the Jan 45 ORER.  The Canada Southern Railway website lists the cars as members of Lot 300-F built in 1912.  The 4-13 build date in the photo is consistent with an extended delivery from a late 1912 order.  

I would like to model both of these cars.

John Barry
 
ATSF North Bay Lines 
Golden Gates & Fast Freights 
Lovettsville, VA

707-490-9696 

PO Box 44736 
Washington, DC 20026-4736


Re: SLSF 152203 DS auto car and B&A 16000 series flat

Ralph W. Brown
 

Hi Bruce,
 
I saw them and I’ve been flipping through the gondola book trying to figure out what they are.  There isn’t really a lot to go on, but my best guess is Class GR.
 
Wha’cha think?
 
Pax,
 
 
Ralph Brown
Portland, Maine
PRRT&HS No. 3966
NMRA No. L2532

rbrown51[at]maine[dot]rr[dot]com
 

From: Bruce Smith
Sent: Saturday, February 2, 2019 4:35 PM
To: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io
Subject: Re: [RealSTMFC] SLSF 152203 DS auto car and B&A 16000 series flat
 

​And I note the two PRR composite gondolas just behind the B&F flat.

 

Regards

Bruce Smith

Auburn, AL


From: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io <main@RealSTMFC.groups.io> on behalf of John Barry <northbaylines@...>
Sent: Saturday, February 2, 2019 11:52 AM
To: STMFC
Subject: [RealSTMFC] SLSF 152203 DS auto car and B&A 16000 series flat
 
Can anyone give me further information about these two cars?  SLSF 152203 was a 40' double sheathed end door auto loader in series SLSF 152000-152228.  It was photographed unloading a DUKW onto a Boston & Albany flat at the San Francisco Port of Embarkation during WWII.  I wrote about the book, Gateway to Victory, back in 2015 https://northbaylines.blogspot.com/2015/12/san-francisco-port-of-embarkation-sfpoe.html 
I've looked through the Sunshine all time list and associated flyers and came up with earlier and later cars, but not the 152000 series. 
 
The B&A flat has to be one of the 186 cars remaining in the 16000-16399 series.  The build date and capacity eliminate the other B&A flats listed in the Jan 45 ORER.  The Canada Southern Railway website lists the cars as members of Lot 300-F built in 1912.  The 4-13 build date in the photo is consistent with an extended delivery from a late 1912 order. 
 
I would like to model both of these cars.
 
John Barry
 
ATSF North Bay Lines
Golden Gates & Fast Freights
Lovettsville, VA
 
707-490-9696
 
PO Box 44736
Washington, DC 20026-4736


Re: Flat Black

Rod Miller
 

On 2/1/19 5:00 PM, Denny Anspach wrote:
I appreciate the many suggestions for water-based acrylics, but…... I use only solveny- based paints.
Tim expresses skepticism about TruColor flat black being only “brushable”, as well he might. My information came directly by phone from one of TruColor’s owners in Phoenix, and I am sure it has something to do with why my tries with this thinned paint with an airbrush have not been satisfactory.’'
I am not adverse to using rattle cans from the hardware store, except that for the fine small work that we commonly do, the lack of control and the very wide pattern promises to cause a lot of mischief, not mention waste and paint scatter. I have often though of emptying one of these cans into a receptacle and then using it again through an air brush. Has anyone tried this? It would be relatively cheap, I would think.
Off list, I have received a strong vote for Tamiya flat black,, and I am going to try it. So far, Tamiya (solvent) is the most consistent rising star in my model painting world, and incrementally I use them more and more.
Denny
Denny S. Anspach, MD
Sacramento, CA 95864
I am particularly fond of SEM Trim Black designed for use
of external automotive trim. It is solvent-based and is
available in rattle cans and quarts. It dries to a satin
finish. I use it for steam locomotives among other things.
The rattle cans are great for painting small items without
setting up and cleaning the air brush.

It can be handled soon after application but the instructions
say to allow 2 days for complete curing, I presume to achieve
the hardness level needed for the exterior of a vehicle.

The rattle can puts out lots of paint so use short bursts
while moving it fast.

Like lacquer, it can be sanded. Many a boiler has been sanded
then over sprayed with clear which concealed the fine scratches.

--
Rod Miller
Handcraftsman
===
Custom 2-rail O Scale Models: Drives,
Repairs, Steam Loco Building, More
http://www.rodmiller.com

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