ATSF 203734; Living Car; Work Car; August 1980
Image by San Diego Model Railroad Museum
Description: ATSF 203734; Living Car; Work Car; August 1980
Copyright: Brenda M. Bailey
Object ID: BMBSlides_01189
Repository: San Diego Model Railroad Museum Library
AMTRAK, SANTA FE & LIONEL GENERAL.
tvharddrive.com = more videos every day. LGB Model Train – Living Desert Zoo – Palm Springs, CA Model trains became a part of The Living Desert in 1998 during the annual WildLights holiday program from the day after Thanksgiving until the New Year. Initially, it was decided that although the trains would operate only in the evenings as part of WildLights, basic layout of track would remain in place; only the trains and buildings would be stored. However, because of the popularity of the display, the trains started running full time during the regular park hours beginning January 1, 2001. The trains are referred to as “G” scale, which is approximately ½ inch to the foot or 1:22.5 inches, about twice the size of Lionel trains. Although not the largest model scale train, it is the most popular “large scale” train. The locomotives, rolling stock, track, switches and most of the equipment are made by LGB. In fact, the letters “LGB” stand for Lehmann Gross Bahn or Lehmann’s Big Train.
Small trains run on track lighting.
The dragons are on their way to a fair.
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Question by Francis B: What is the negative aspects of Living next to an electric railway line?
I a looking at buying a nice house next to a railway line, that has diesel and electric trains passing irregularly. I am looking for comments from people who, have lived and/or are living next to railway lines, about both positive and negative aspects of living there.
Answer by crystal_mulvey2001
I have lived by railroad tracks most of my life and I will say this if you have kids not a good Idea!!!! They can get hit by a train if they wonder off or play on the tracks, also I would like to point out that you will get use to the noise after a while but it is a lot of noise I didn’t like it so I would say it benefits noone unless the house is dirt cheap or close to a job or something…. I would advise not to move there !!!!
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Just a video of two n-scale trains passing each other, one Union Pacific and the other a Norfolk Southern train belonging to my girlfriend, on the big layout by Northeast N-Trak. In the Better living Building at the Big E. West Springfield MA January 25 2009