A tribute to my favorite train, ICE(Intercity Express)

ICE 3 is a family of high-speed EMUs of Deutsche Bahn. It includes classes 403 and 406, which are known as ICE 3 and ICE 3M respectively. Four multisystem trains, known as ICE International, are owned by Nederlandse Spoorwegen (Dutch Railways). Loosely based on the ICE 3, Siemens developed its Siemens Velaro after the completion of the ICE 3 project.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

ATSF 539, GE B40-8W; ATSF 3814, EMD GP50; ATSF 123, EMD GP50; Double stack train; May 1991

ATSF 539, GE B40-8W; ATSF 3814, EMD GP50; ATSF 123, EMD GP50; Double stack train; May 1991
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Image by San Diego Model Railroad Museum
Description: ATSF 539, GE B40-8W; ATSF 3814, EMD GP50; ATSF 123, EMD GP50; Double stack train; May 1991
Copyright: Brenda M. Bailey
Object ID: BMBSlides_00260
Repository: San Diego Model Railroad Museum Library

Hi guys i am looking for a 1999 game!!?

Question by Newdue007: Hi guys i am looking for a 1999 game!!?
Hi i am looking for this 1999 Lionel Trains Presents: Trans-Con! PC game if you know where i can download it for free please let me know…..also you can post a link here…..THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!!

Best answer:

Answer by Trublade
I believe this is it

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=360288176682&rvr_id=132597008790&crlp=1_263602_263622&UA=WXS%3F&GUID=cc931f071290a06c1b70b140ff71ea93&itemid=360288176682&ff4=263602_263622#ht_670wt_1137

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TM_7631

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lionel trains
Image by MTAPhotos
Grand Central turns 100 in 2013 and the New York Transit Museum is starting the party early with its 11th Annual Holiday train Show! In a brand new layout built by Lionel, model Metro-North and New York Central trains depart from a miniature GCT on a 34′ long two level "O" gauge layout. Vintage model trains from the Museum’s collection and New York Central Railroad posters from the 1920s – 1940s are also on display.

The show, at the Transit Museum’s annex at Grand Central, runs from November 21, 2012, through February 10, 2013.

Photo: Metropolitan Transportation Authority / Patrick Cashin.

Graham Farish Class 90 Review (90022) N Gauge

This is a review of a Graham Farish Class 90 Electric Locomotive in the Railfreight Distribution Triple Grey livery that is numbered as 90022 in N gauge. The model is one of the former British Made models that used to be made in Poole, Dorset before Bachmann took them over in 2001. The motor needs more power and is more noisy than my newer Graham Farish models that are Made in China nowadays. But its still a great model and to me it looks better than the Bachmann Farish examples as the driver’s cab windows look more correct on this one. I am planning to get a RES parcels ones and an Intercity one of these as well. Though I would like one in the new Freightliner livery as that looks cool. Overall Rating: 8/10

How can i make a stage prop/fake 3 tier cake? need it to be about 5 ft tall when done. Any ideas?

Question by nuthen2it: How can i make a stage prop/fake 3 tier cake? need it to be about 5 ft tall when done. Any ideas?
I need to figure out how to make a stage prop 3 tier cake that will be around 5 ft tall when done. Any ideas?

Best answer:

Answer by Steven D
Use Styrofoam. It’s light, you can carve it with a bread knife, and takes latex paint well. Go to any insulation supplier and ask if they have any broken sections. They can’t sell them so they’re just waste.. I use them for my train layouts.

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TM_7536

TM_7536
lionel trains
Image by MTAPhotos
Grand Central turns 100 in 2013 and the New York Transit Museum is starting the party early with its 11th Annual Holiday train Show! In a brand new layout built by Lionel, model Metro-North and New York Central trains depart from a miniature GCT on a 34′ long two level "O" gauge layout. Vintage model trains from the Museum’s collection and New York Central Railroad posters from the 1920s – 1940s are also on display.

The show, at the Transit Museum’s annex at Grand Central, runs from November 21, 2012, through February 10, 2013.

Photo: Metropolitan Transportation Authority / Patrick Cashin.