I can answer many questions regarding N scale model railroading in general as well as questions about the NY Central System, especially questions about the N scale models of their passenger and freight cars.
I have been a model railroader since 1949 and have been an N scale modeler since 1971. I have an extensive N scale collection as well as an extensive model and prototype library to consult.
I am a member of about two dozen online forums covering N scale model railroading and the New York Central System. I am a member of the Northern Westchester Model Railroad Club.
|Wayne||10/29/15||10||10||10||Thank you Larry. I will try your .....|
|Tim||09/24/15||10||10||10||very knowledgeable and advice was helpful.|
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Hi Rick, I want to welcome you to our hobby in a most positive way but your question is not so simply addressed as you'll see in the next paragraph. Simply put, wheels can be changed if a number of
Although I have only limited knowledge about motor noise, its causes and cures, I have a few ideas which may help you. Sometimes noise that comes from a new locomotive may eventually abate, especially
Hi Wayne, The problem you are having is quite the "head scratcher". While I'm no expert on wiring, I thought of some possibilities that might cause such a problem. Is the section that has the problem
Hi Tim, Sorry to be so tardy with my reply to your follow up, but sometimes real life interferes with model railroading! You seem to be very thorough in your analysis of the problem. The culprit seems
Hi Tim, That's a real "head-scratcher". Just out of curiosity,what brand of track are you using and just where does the loco actually derail or does it just stall. Does it happen on one or both of the
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