2nd Qtr. 2013 NYCentral Modeler Uploaded on NYCSHS Website


Scott H. Haycock
 

You left out the "s" between the c and the h in the link.


Scott Haycock
Modeling Tarheel country in the Land of Enchantm ent

----- Original Message -----





OK:

www.nychs.org took me to a blog, which lacked the buttons mentioned.
But, googling "New York Central Modeler" took me to a page with all the buttons; and from there things worked exactly as described. Muchos gracias, Sanor Haycock!

Al Brown, Melbourne, Fla.





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al_brown03
 

*Senor

and, I see Mr Babcock suggested I do what I came up with independently. Thanks to you both!

AL B.

--- In STMFC@..., "al_brown03" <abrown@...> wrote:

OK:

www.nychs.org took me to a blog, which lacked the buttons mentioned.
But, googling "New York Central Modeler" took me to a page with all the buttons; and from there things worked exactly as described. Muchos gracias, Sanor Haycock!

Al Brown, Melbourne, Fla.


--- In STMFC@..., "Scott H. Haycock " <shhaycock@> wrote:


On the left side of the page, in blue, are a series of buttons. The top one says " About the NYCSHS". Scroll down to the ninth button. you can use the wheel on your mouse, or use the down arrow in the lower right corner. Left-click the button. A new page will come up. Scroll down to the box that says "Year" and "Quarter". Next to 2013, push the "2Q" button. in the center of the next screen, push the "download" button.
After that you get a Google screen. Push "Download anyway" after that you need to do whatever your specific computer/ operating system tells you to do.


Scott Haycock
Modeling Tarheel country in the Land of Enchantm ent
----- Original Message -----





Smart-aleck reply: *what* "for the modeler" button?

Serious reply: do you suppose you (or someone) could walk us through this, step-by-step and link-by-link, starting from the initial link? Some of us, most definitely including me, are marginally tech-literate at best.

-- t.i.a. --

Al Brown, Melbourne, Fla,





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al_brown03
 

OK:

www.nychs.org took me to a blog, which lacked the buttons mentioned.
But, googling "New York Central Modeler" took me to a page with all the buttons; and from there things worked exactly as described. Muchos gracias, Sanor Haycock!

Al Brown, Melbourne, Fla.

--- In STMFC@..., "Scott H. Haycock " <shhaycock@...> wrote:


On the left side of the page, in blue, are a series of buttons. The top one says " About the NYCSHS". Scroll down to the ninth button. you can use the wheel on your mouse, or use the down arrow in the lower right corner. Left-click the button. A new page will come up. Scroll down to the box that says "Year" and "Quarter". Next to 2013, push the "2Q" button. in the center of the next screen, push the "download" button.
After that you get a Google screen. Push "Download anyway" after that you need to do whatever your specific computer/ operating system tells you to do.


Scott Haycock
Modeling Tarheel country in the Land of Enchantm ent
----- Original Message -----





Smart-aleck reply: *what* "for the modeler" button?

Serious reply: do you suppose you (or someone) could walk us through this, step-by-step and link-by-link, starting from the initial link? Some of us, most definitely including me, are marginally tech-literate at best.

-- t.i.a. --

Al Brown, Melbourne, Fla,





[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


James Babcock
 

Use this link http://nycshs.org/nycentral_modeler.php
Then follow the instructions below


________________________________
From: Scott H. Haycock <shhaycock@...>
To: STMFC@...
Sent: Sunday, March 17, 2013 10:13 PM
Subject: Re: [STMFC] Re: 2nd Qtr. 2013 NYCentral Modeler Uploaded on NYCSHS Website

 


On the left side of the page, in blue, are a series of buttons. The top one says " About the NYCSHS". Scroll down to the ninth button. you can use the wheel on your mouse, or use the down arrow in the lower right corner. Left-click the button. A new page will come up. Scroll down to the box that says "Year" and "Quarter". Next to 2013, push the "2Q" button. in the center of the next screen, push the "download" button.
After that you get a Google screen. Push "Download anyway" after that you need to do whatever your specific computer/ operating system tells you to do.

Scott Haycock
Modeling Tarheel country in the Land of Enchantm ent
----- Original Message -----

Smart-aleck reply: *what* "for the modeler" button?

Serious reply: do you suppose you (or someone) could walk us through this, step-by-step and link-by-link, starting from the initial link? Some of us, most definitely including me, are marginally tech-literate at best.

-- t.i.a. --

Al Brown, Melbourne, Fla,

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[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


Scott H. Haycock
 

My security program would let me know if there was anything wrong with the download. Most aftermarket security programs are better than the ones used by Google, Windows, Yahoo, etc.


Scott Haycock
Modeling Tarheel country in the Land of Enchantm ent

----- Original Message -----





Well, I downloaded it just fine. I got a notice that it exceeded the size
of download that Google could scan for viruses, but being the daredevil I
am, I clicked "Download anyway."

So far, so good. J

Schuyler


Mark Stamm
 

This is the direct link to the current issue.

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B2-jseC15_hDZmswRVoxTXdrcUk/edit?usp=sharing

I hope the link makes it through Yahoo.


Mark P Stamm
mark@...

Sent from my mobile device

On Mar 17, 2013, at 9:57 PM, "al_brown03" <abrown@...> wrote:

Smart-aleck reply: *what* "for the modeler" button?

Serious reply: do you suppose you (or someone) could walk us through this, step-by-step and link-by-link, starting from the initial link? Some of us, most definitely including me, are marginally tech-literate at best.

-- t.i.a. --

Al Brown, Melbourne, Fla,

--- In STMFC@..., "Scott H. Haycock " <shhaycock@...> wrote:


Go down to the "for the modeler" button and push. On the next page scroll down to the box that says "2013 and select Q2. It will say "no preview available" but push the download button anyway.


Scott Haycock
Modeling Tarheel country in the Land of Enchantm ent
----- Original Message -----





Maybe I'm just stupid, but if I enter "www.nycshs.org", it ALWAYS comes up
in the blogsite. HELP!!

Max S. Robin
Life Member NYCHS


[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


Schuyler Larrabee
 

Well, I downloaded it just fine. I got a notice that it exceeded the size
of download that Google could scan for viruses, but being the daredevil I
am, I clicked "Download anyway."



So far, so good. J



Schuyler



From: STMFC@... [mailto:STMFC@...] On Behalf Of Tom
Vanwormer
Sent: Sunday, March 17, 2013 8:26 PM
To: STMFC@...
Subject: Re: [STMFC] 2nd Qtr. 2013 NYCentral Modeler Uploaded on NYCSHS
Website





Noel,
Apparently the 2d Qtr magazine hasn't been loaded to the website yet.
Also your instructions didn't make it in your email, at least as I
received it.
Thanks,
Tom VanWormer
Monument CO

Noel Widdifield wrote:



The latest edition of the NYCentral Modeler has just been uploaded on
the NYCSHS website. www.nycshs.org Be sure to check this one out.

NYCSHS member Charlie Crawford's layout models the NYC Adirondack
Division of the NYCS. He has vacationed in the Adirondack Mountains
for many years starting in 1976 and he loves being there. Since he
can't be there all of the time, he created a model railroad to take
him there when he is away. Join us as he tells us about his railroad
and the interesting things he has included on his layout.

This edition features articles from Alan Bell on "A Busy Day at Albany
Station", Charlie Crawford's "NYC's Adirondack Division", another in
the series from Ron Parisi on " Manhattan's Greatest Train Yard -
NYC's 60th Street Yard", the continuation of "Modeling the NYC in
TT-Scale" by Paul Pickard, and the final in series on "Kitbashing
Steam Locomotives" by Tom Bailey.

We have included a great set of drawings and modeling instructions on
the NYC&HRRR standard stockyards. This in another in the series of
professional drawings from the "NYC Engineering Department" done by
Mauel Duran-Duran developed from one of our NYCSHS Drawing DVD's. Of
course, like his past drawings, Mauel had added considerable detail
and precision to the final product. He also gives us a little history
about a fairly unknown aspect of NYCS freight operations, livestock
transport.

In this issue we offer a new feature for the NYCentral Modeler. For
the first time we have two excellent layout drawings of Alan Bell's
layout done by recent NYCSHS member and layout drawing artist, Frank
Knight. Frank's layout drawings will be a regular offering in future
editions.

This is the largest NYCentral Modeler to date with almost 100 pages
packed with NYCS modeling information and photos. This is our eighth
edition and includes several pages of new products, new book and
magazine highlights, and letters to the editor.
Our president, Rich Stoving, in his regular column, asks us, "Who Are
You". In it, he talks about how he likes to "Model Railroad" and
reminds us of the many ways to enjoy our great hobby of modeling the NYCS.

To enjoy this edition and all of the other seven follow the
instructions below and let us know what you think.

Noel Widdifield
Editor, NYCentral Modeler
NYCBigFour@... <mailto:NYCBigFour%40comcast.net>
<mailto:NYCBigFour%40comcast.net>


Scott H. Haycock
 

On the left side of the page, in blue, are a series of buttons. The top one says " About the NYCSHS". Scroll down to the ninth button. you can use the wheel on your mouse, or use the down arrow in the lower right corner. Left-click the button. A new page will come up. Scroll down to the box that says "Year" and "Quarter". Next to 2013, push the "2Q" button. in the center of the next screen, push the "download" button.
After that you get a Google screen. Push "Download anyway" after that you need to do whatever your specific computer/ operating system tells you to do.


Scott Haycock
Modeling Tarheel country in the Land of Enchantm ent

----- Original Message -----





Smart-aleck reply: *what* "for the modeler" button?

Serious reply: do you suppose you (or someone) could walk us through this, step-by-step and link-by-link, starting from the initial link? Some of us, most definitely including me, are marginally tech-literate at best.

-- t.i.a. --

Al Brown, Melbourne, Fla,





[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


al_brown03
 

Smart-aleck reply: *what* "for the modeler" button?

Serious reply: do you suppose you (or someone) could walk us through this, step-by-step and link-by-link, starting from the initial link? Some of us, most definitely including me, are marginally tech-literate at best.

-- t.i.a. --

Al Brown, Melbourne, Fla,

--- In STMFC@..., "Scott H. Haycock " <shhaycock@...> wrote:


Go down to the "for the modeler" button and push. On the next page scroll down to the box that says "2013 and select Q2. It will say "no preview available" but push the download button anyway.


Scott Haycock
Modeling Tarheel country in the Land of Enchantm ent
----- Original Message -----





Maybe I'm just stupid, but if I enter "www.nycshs.org", it ALWAYS comes up
in the blogsite. HELP!!

Max S. Robin
Life Member NYCHS


[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


Tom Vanwormer
 

Noel,
Apparently the 2d Qtr magazine hasn't been loaded to the website yet.
Also your instructions didn't make it in your email, at least as I
received it.
Thanks,
Tom VanWormer
Monument CO

Noel Widdifield wrote:



The latest edition of the NYCentral Modeler has just been uploaded on
the NYCSHS website. www.nycshs.org Be sure to check this one out.

NYCSHS member Charlie Crawford's layout models the NYC Adirondack
Division of the NYCS. He has vacationed in the Adirondack Mountains
for many years starting in 1976 and he loves being there. Since he
can't be there all of the time, he created a model railroad to take
him there when he is away. Join us as he tells us about his railroad
and the interesting things he has included on his layout.

This edition features articles from Alan Bell on "A Busy Day at Albany
Station", Charlie Crawford's "NYC's Adirondack Division", another in
the series from Ron Parisi on " Manhattan's Greatest Train Yard -
NYC's 60th Street Yard", the continuation of "Modeling the NYC in
TT-Scale" by Paul Pickard, and the final in series on "Kitbashing
Steam Locomotives" by Tom Bailey.

We have included a great set of drawings and modeling instructions on
the NYC&HRRR standard stockyards. This in another in the series of
professional drawings from the "NYC Engineering Department" done by
Mauel Duran-Duran developed from one of our NYCSHS Drawing DVD's. Of
course, like his past drawings, Mauel had added considerable detail
and precision to the final product. He also gives us a little history
about a fairly unknown aspect of NYCS freight operations, livestock
transport.

In this issue we offer a new feature for the NYCentral Modeler. For
the first time we have two excellent layout drawings of Alan Bell's
layout done by recent NYCSHS member and layout drawing artist, Frank
Knight. Frank's layout drawings will be a regular offering in future
editions.

This is the largest NYCentral Modeler to date with almost 100 pages
packed with NYCS modeling information and photos. This is our eighth
edition and includes several pages of new products, new book and
magazine highlights, and letters to the editor.
Our president, Rich Stoving, in his regular column, asks us, "Who Are
You". In it, he talks about how he likes to "Model Railroad" and
reminds us of the many ways to enjoy our great hobby of modeling the NYCS.

To enjoy this edition and all of the other seven follow the
instructions below and let us know what you think.

Noel Widdifield
Editor, NYCentral Modeler
NYCBigFour@... <mailto:NYCBigFour%40comcast.net>


O Fenton Wells
 

Thanks Scott, I'm stupid as well but was waiting for someone else to ask
the question. Thanks Max
Fenton Wells

On Sun, Mar 17, 2013 at 8:21 PM, Scott H. Haycock <shhaycock@...>wrote:

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Go down to the "for the modeler" button and push. On the next page scroll
down to the box that says "2013 and select Q2. It will say "no preview
available" but push the download button anyway.

Scott Haycock
Modeling Tarheel country in the Land of Enchantm ent
----- Original Message -----

Maybe I'm just stupid, but if I enter "www.nycshs.org", it ALWAYS comes
up
in the blogsite. HELP!!

Max S. Robin
Life Member NYCHS

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--
Fenton Wells
3047 Creek Run
Sanford NC 27332
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Scott H. Haycock
 

Go down to the "for the modeler" button and push. On the next page scroll down to the box that says "2013 and select Q2. It will say "no preview available" but push the download button anyway.


Scott Haycock
Modeling Tarheel country in the Land of Enchantm ent

----- Original Message -----





Maybe I'm just stupid, but if I enter "www.nycshs.org", it ALWAYS comes up
in the blogsite. HELP!!

Max S. Robin
Life Member NYCHS


Max Robin
 

Maybe I'm just stupid, but if I enter "www.nycshs.org", it ALWAYS comes up
in the blogsite. HELP!!

Max S. Robin
Life Member NYCHS

-----Original Message-----
From: STMFC@... [mailto:STMFC@...] On Behalf Of Noel
Widdifield
Sent: Sunday, March 17, 2013 7:38 AM
To: STMFC@...
Subject: [STMFC] 2nd Qtr. 2013 NYCentral Modeler Uploaded on NYCSHS Website

The latest edition of the NYCentral Modeler has just been uploaded on the
NYCSHS website. www.nycshs.org Be sure to check this one out.

NYCSHS member Charlie Crawford's layout models the NYC Adirondack Division
of the NYCS. He has vacationed in the Adirondack Mountains for many years
starting in 1976 and he loves being there. Since he can't be there all of
the time, he created a model railroad to take him there when he is away.
Join us as he tells us about his railroad and the interesting things he has
included on his layout.

This edition features articles from Alan Bell on "A Busy Day at Albany
Station", Charlie Crawford's "NYC's Adirondack Division", another in the
series from Ron Parisi on " Manhattan's Greatest Train Yard - NYC's 60th
Street Yard", the continuation of "Modeling the NYC in TT-Scale" by Paul
Pickard, and the final in series on "Kitbashing Steam Locomotives" by Tom
Bailey.

We have included a great set of drawings and modeling instructions on the
NYC&HRRR standard stockyards. This in another in the series of professional
drawings from the "NYC Engineering Department" done by Mauel Duran-Duran
developed from one of our NYCSHS Drawing DVD's. Of course, like his past
drawings, Mauel had added considerable detail and precision to the final
product. He also gives us a little history about a fairly unknown aspect of
NYCS freight operations, livestock transport.

In this issue we offer a new feature for the NYCentral Modeler. For the
first time we have two excellent layout drawings of Alan Bell's layout done
by recent NYCSHS member and layout drawing artist, Frank Knight. Frank's
layout drawings will be a regular offering in future editions.

This is the largest NYCentral Modeler to date with almost 100 pages packed
with NYCS modeling information and photos. This is our eighth edition and
includes several pages of new products, new book and magazine highlights,
and letters to the editor.
Our president, Rich Stoving, in his regular column, asks us, "Who Are You".
In it, he talks about how he likes to "Model Railroad" and reminds us of the
many ways to enjoy our great hobby of modeling the NYCS.

To enjoy this edition and all of the other seven follow the instructions
below and let us know what you think.

Noel Widdifield
Editor, NYCentral Modeler
NYCBigFour@...




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al_brown03
 

Haven't succeeded yet ...

Al Brown, Melbourne, Fla.

--- In STMFC@..., "Noel Widdifield" <NYCBigFour@...> wrote:

The latest edition of the NYCentral Modeler has just been uploaded on the NYCSHS website. www.nycshs.org Be sure to check this one out.

NYCSHS member Charlie Crawford's layout models the NYC Adirondack Division of the NYCS. He has vacationed in the Adirondack Mountains for many years starting in 1976 and he loves being there. Since he can't be there all of the time, he created a model railroad to take him there when he is away. Join us as he tells us about his railroad and the interesting things he has included on his layout.

This edition features articles from Alan Bell on "A Busy Day at Albany Station", Charlie Crawford's "NYC's Adirondack Division", another in the series from Ron Parisi on " Manhattan's Greatest Train Yard - NYC's 60th Street Yard", the continuation of "Modeling the NYC in TT-Scale" by Paul Pickard, and the final in series on "Kitbashing Steam Locomotives" by Tom Bailey.

We have included a great set of drawings and modeling instructions on the NYC&HRRR standard stockyards. This in another in the series of professional drawings from the "NYC Engineering Department" done by Mauel Duran-Duran developed from one of our NYCSHS Drawing DVD's. Of course, like his past drawings, Mauel had added considerable detail and precision to the final product. He also gives us a little history about a fairly unknown aspect of NYCS freight operations, livestock transport.

In this issue we offer a new feature for the NYCentral Modeler. For the first time we have two excellent layout drawings of Alan Bell's layout done by recent NYCSHS member and layout drawing artist, Frank Knight. Frank's layout drawings will be a regular offering in future editions.

This is the largest NYCentral Modeler to date with almost 100 pages packed with NYCS modeling information and photos. This is our eighth edition and includes several pages of new products, new book and magazine highlights, and letters to the editor.
Our president, Rich Stoving, in his regular column, asks us, "Who Are You". In it, he talks about how he likes to "Model Railroad" and reminds us of the many ways to enjoy our great hobby of modeling the NYCS.

To enjoy this edition and all of the other seven follow the instructions below and let us know what you think.

Noel Widdifield
Editor, NYCentral Modeler
NYCBigFour@...


Noel Widdifield <NYCBigFour@...>
 

The latest edition of the NYCentral Modeler has just been uploaded on the NYCSHS website. www.nycshs.org Be sure to check this one out.

NYCSHS member Charlie Crawford's layout models the NYC Adirondack Division of the NYCS. He has vacationed in the Adirondack Mountains for many years starting in 1976 and he loves being there. Since he can't be there all of the time, he created a model railroad to take him there when he is away. Join us as he tells us about his railroad and the interesting things he has included on his layout.

This edition features articles from Alan Bell on "A Busy Day at Albany Station", Charlie Crawford's "NYC's Adirondack Division", another in the series from Ron Parisi on " Manhattan's Greatest Train Yard - NYC's 60th Street Yard", the continuation of "Modeling the NYC in TT-Scale" by Paul Pickard, and the final in series on "Kitbashing Steam Locomotives" by Tom Bailey.

We have included a great set of drawings and modeling instructions on the NYC&HRRR standard stockyards. This in another in the series of professional drawings from the "NYC Engineering Department" done by Mauel Duran-Duran developed from one of our NYCSHS Drawing DVD's. Of course, like his past drawings, Mauel had added considerable detail and precision to the final product. He also gives us a little history about a fairly unknown aspect of NYCS freight operations, livestock transport.

In this issue we offer a new feature for the NYCentral Modeler. For the first time we have two excellent layout drawings of Alan Bell's layout done by recent NYCSHS member and layout drawing artist, Frank Knight. Frank's layout drawings will be a regular offering in future editions.

This is the largest NYCentral Modeler to date with almost 100 pages packed with NYCS modeling information and photos. This is our eighth edition and includes several pages of new products, new book and magazine highlights, and letters to the editor.
Our president, Rich Stoving, in his regular column, asks us, "Who Are You". In it, he talks about how he likes to "Model Railroad" and reminds us of the many ways to enjoy our great hobby of modeling the NYCS.

To enjoy this edition and all of the other seven follow the instructions below and let us know what you think.

Noel Widdifield
Editor, NYCentral Modeler
NYCBigFour@...