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ATSF 199361; Rotary Snow Plow; Built AT&SF 11/59 from ex locomotive tender 3769 and rotary plow 199398; Only remianing rotary plow on the Santa Fe; Work Car; July 1982

Friday, March 8th, 2013

ATSF 199361; Rotary Snow Plow; Built AT&SF 11/59 from ex locomotive tender 3769 and rotary plow 199398; Only remianing rotary plow on the Santa Fe; Work Car; July 1982
model railroads
Image by San Diego Model Railroad Museum
Description: ATSF 199361; Rotary Snow Plow; Built AT&SF 11/59 from ex locomotive tender 3769 and rotary plow 199398; Only remianing rotary plow on the Santa Fe; Work Car; July 1982
Copyright: Brenda M. Bailey
Object ID: BMBSlides_01198
Repository: San Diego Model Railroad Museum Library

ATSF 199361; Rotary Snow Plow; Built AT&SF 11/59 from ex locomotive tender 3769 and rotary plow 199398; Only remianing rotary plow on the Santa Fe; Work Car; July 1982

Friday, March 8th, 2013

ATSF 199361; Rotary Snow Plow; Built AT&SF 11/59 from ex locomotive tender 3769 and rotary plow 199398; Only remianing rotary plow on the Santa Fe; Work Car; July 1982
model railroads
Image by San Diego Model Railroad Museum
Description: ATSF 199361; Rotary Snow Plow; Built AT&SF 11/59 from ex locomotive tender 3769 and rotary plow 199398; Only remianing rotary plow on the Santa Fe; Work Car; July 1982
Copyright: Brenda M. Bailey
Object ID: BMBSlides_01200
Repository: San Diego Model Railroad Museum Library

directions: 1. insert only one pellet at a time

Tuesday, November 27th, 2012

directions: 1. insert only one pellet at a time
lionel trains
Image by kafka4prez

I have a Lionel train it will only go in reverse,how can I fix the problem?

Wednesday, September 5th, 2012

Question by tony b: I have a Lionel train it will only go in reverse,how can I fix the problem?

Best answer:

Answer by patta77577
Send a letter to the compony and get a refound and a new train thats what i did with my nintendo Wi-Fi adapter i got a new one tht works for free =D

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steam locomotives only model train layout?

Sunday, April 8th, 2012

Question by Kylie: steam locomotives only model train layout?
If you were to build a model train layout,would it be steam only?I personally don’t care for diesel locomotives.They don’t have all the neat sounds a steamer has.All you hear is a steady drone of a diesel engine.Steam,they have all kinds of chuffs,chugs.I love the sound of a steamer taking off.It starts slow,then as it builds steam,it gets faster.I love steamers,and my layout will only have steam engines.That’s the way railroads started,and that’s the way they should be.

Best answer:

Answer by skidderback
Actually I do model. I have chosen the “transition era,” so that I may enjoy the best of both worlds. I am modeling the ATSF, SP and Great Northern.

The nice thing is, in modeling the transition era, the scenes are appropriate for later eras as well. I have built one “modern” train comsist from 1976. At 89 cars, 60′ 08″ long and weighing over 23 lbs, it is the biggest train I operate. 1976 was the year I was promoted so I modeled a typical train of the day…

But, I share your sentiment. Out of about 75 locomotives only 24 or so are diesels.

And, as far as model sound goes, the steamers can’t be beat. I love the Tsunami sound modules, especially those effects beyond the usual chuffs, whistles, bell, etc.. Blower, air pump, water doors, injectors, dynamo, air brakes, cylinder cocks, power reverse, etc. Its all there. Very nice.

Broadway Limited engines have nice sound as well. The German made Lok-Sound is supposed to be a nice sounding unit as well. I have two SP AC12’s waiting for their Lok-Sound upgrade, as well as an AC4 and an AC5 awaiting Broadway Limited up-grade.

Know where I can get any money?

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How come American electric bullet trains are so pathetic compared to Chinese ones? Not only are they French?

Friday, December 23rd, 2011

Question by : How come American electric bullet trains are so pathetic compared to Chinese ones? Not only are they French?
technology, they cannot reach any speed close to a bullet unlike Chinese trains are.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High-speed_rail_in_the_United_States

Chinese CRH380A electric bullet train

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/China_Railways_CRH380A

1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FQwnGoG3FI

2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BesG8uCyuSM

3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VII1qOaFXI4

Best answer:

Answer by Rose
They failed that class. The Engineer only got a 64 in bullet trains

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China is the only big country that operates electric bullet trains and the only country in the world that?

Saturday, October 15th, 2011

Question by Phillip Asterverens the rich fat Canadian boy: China is the only big country that operates electric bullet trains and the only country in the world that?
operates maglev trains. Why are trains more important in China than in other countries?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_and_outlying_territories_by_land_area

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/China_Railways_CRH380A

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shanghai_Maglev

Best answer:

Answer by Anonymous
You don’t even live in China. You’re Canadian.

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are we the only family where the toys are considered?

Tuesday, August 9th, 2011

Question by desmeran: are we the only family where the toys are considered?
community property rather than belonging to one sibling only?

out of our gazillions of stuffed animals each kid has one that is their “special animal” and the other kids have to surrender it if it’s desired by the owner, but other than that, we don’t designate whose stuff is whose. If they got it for a birthday present or something it might be similar in that the birthday child gets first dibs on it for a few weeks, but pretty soon those become community property, too. even at christmas most toys are labeled like “for the scientists” or “for the artists” or “for kids who love trains” rather than being given to one particular child.

How does it work in your family? Do you think it really matters one way or the other? I’ve heard people on here allege that not letting a child have his or her “own” stuff is somehow psychologically damaging, but i’ve got to say that none of my kids seem to be taking any damage thus far, plus we just avoid fights over who owns what…. Should any of them one day express a strong desire that something be solely their own, I suppose I’d consider it, especially if it was purchased with their own money or a present to them,. but the kids have never in almost 10 years even raised that issue (except for non-toy things like journals).
amber, yes they do have to ask when using my things, but my spouse doesn’t, and i see that as more similar. at any rate, it’s not that i’m forcing them to share their stuff … it’s just that we never designated toys as belonging to one kid or another in the first place….

Just clarifying … of course I’m also interested in different opinions or practices, including yours, or I wouldn’t have asked. And this is a very silly kind of question to be thumbs-downing answers on….
lol, i pay for quite a darn lot that belongs to the whole group….
we have one ipod and it sits in a … whatdoyoucallit ihome or something …. in the basement so the kids can put songs on it for their dance parties. thankfully we’re not at a point where the kids have an interest in plugging earphones into the ipod and tuning out. they still want everyone to listen along with them. i’m sure we’ll be there someday. but not yet.

Best answer:

Answer by Nina Lee
Ours will be community property as soon our youngest is old enough to play w/ his big brothers and stop putting everything in his mouth.

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