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Dit object wordt verzonden naar Taiwan maar de verkoper heeft geen verzendopties opgegeven. Het object wordt doorgaans binnen 3werkdagen na ontvangst van betaling verzonden - wordt in een nieuw venster of op een nieuw tabblad geopend. Dear potential buyer or winning bidder, please sent us an e-mail by using E-Bay Check-Out!. Wanneer andere biedingen worden uitgebracht, verhoogt eBay jouw bod automatisch met kleine bedragen tot aan je limiet.
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Door op Bevestigen te klikken, verbind je je ertoe dit object van de verkoper te kopen als je de winnende bieder bent. Je bent de hoogste bieder voor dit object, maar de minimumverkoopprijs is nog niet gehaald. HO Scale 25 ft x 25 ftHO Scale 25 ft x 25 ftA freelance version of the Pennsylvania Railroad is the theme of this club sized HO masterpiece. HO Scale 17 ft x 27 ftHO Scale 17 ft x 27 ftA little European flavor makes this layout different from the run of the mill. O Scale 20 ft x 29 ftO Scale 20 ft x 29 ftThis layout of a lifetime has something for everyone!. O Scale 30 ft x 70 ftO Scale 30 ft x 70 ftFor those who love watching long trains roll by, this layout should exceed their wildest dreams!
O Scale 22 ft x 51 ftO Scale 22 ft x 51 ftThis model railroad layout is the ultimate family home entertainment center.
O Scale 9 ft x 17 ftO Scale 9 ft x 17 ftA nostalgic walk down memory lane is the prevailing idea behind the creation of this compact but superbly detailed model railroad layout. S Scale 16 ft x 54 ftS Scale 16 ft x 54 ftA run from Chicago past the industrial northeast to the mountains of upstate New York is the theme of this New York Central based S Scale model railway.
N Scale 10 ft x 14 ftN Scale 10 ft x 14 ftMajestic scenery emulating the Pacific Northwest is the overriding theme of this N Scale layout. California State Railroad MuseumCalifornia State Railroad MuseumThe Thomas Sefton Collection is a multi-million dollar exhibit of classic pre-WW2 trains and accessories, with this layout as its centerpiece. Chicago Museum of Science & IndustryChicago Museum of Science & IndustryThe Great Train Story, one of the world’s largest HO scale model railroads, depicts modern rail transport and its varied functions. Ultimate Executive ToyUltimate Executive ToyFor those high net-worth individuals who think they have everything, this high-tech, state-of-the-art model railroad display is something uniquely different. Nautical Models Nautical ModelsA contemporary model ship lends an air of class to any den, office, or living room. Weathered VehiclesWeathered VehiclesNo matter how nice a pre-fabricated model or miniature is, the one element that separates it from reality is always wear and tear.
Industrial StructuresIndustrial StructuresOne of the most fascinating aspects of dioramas is that they can take the viewer where it's too dangerous or costly to go. Military DioramasMilitary DioramasThe machines of war, as well as their surroundings, have always made for popular dioramas.
Mountains & SceneryMountains & SceneryOne of the hardest things for many model-makers to capture is the look of nature.
Ringling Circus Museum Ringling Circus MuseumThe Ringling Circus Museum in Sarasota, Florida, has the world’s largest collection of circus miniatures. High Rises and Commercial StructuresHigh Rises and Commercial StructuresThe best selling point for every high quality real estate sales presentation is a scale miniature of the real thing. Site ModelsSite ModelsWork out every detail of your planned project and examine it from every angle. Model Railroad Newsletter September, 2012 Welcome to the September issue of the SMARTT Newsletter. Verwachte leveringsdatums zijn ook afhankelijk van de geselecteerde verzendservice en de ontvangst van de betaling - wordt in een nieuw venster of op een nieuw tabblad geopend.
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Je hebt de voorwaarden - wordt in een nieuw venster of op een nieuw tabblad geopend voor Wereldwijde verzending gelezen en gaat ermee akkoord. Je verklaart dat je de algemene voorwaarden - wordt in een nieuw venster of op een nieuw tabblad geopend in verband met wereldwijde verzendingen hebt gelezen, en dat je daarmee akkoord gaat. This layout is themed around Bavaria in the summer bringing back the nostalgia of the 1920's.
SMARTT  site models will help you plot out all the details that make your site plan work.
Als je woonachtig bent in de Europese Unie (behalve het Verenigd Koninkrijk), kan de invoerbelasting op deze aankoop niet worden vergoed. As soon as we have your full billing and shipping address we will sent you an invoice for whatever payment option you have picked from the offered ones!. We still buttoned the place up with shutters, just in case, but we're high and dry (except for the weather outside). We've just about completed the initial run of our custom cut laser components for our first batch of SMARTT designed Chicago landmark buildings. First out of the starting gate will be the Hancock Tower and Marina City Towers, followed closely by the Sears (now Willis) Tower. Fortunately, with a model railroad layout, those last few days of summer can stay frozen in time forever. 765 together with NS Heritage locomotive 8100 painted in Nickel Plate colors, team up to pull the 13 car special anniversary train to various NS terminals in the east and mid west. One highlight of the trip was on the famed Rockville Bridge just east of the former PRR Enola yard along the Susquehanna River.
It’s been a long time since Rockville has seen a steam locomotive gracing its 48 stone arches. Logo from Fort Wayne Historical Society and Norfolk Southern The trips will continue through to September 11, when the train returns to Fort Wayne.
Also the tender was specially built with an extension to allow the round end of the observation car to fit into the back of the tender; this gave the appearance of one continuous line of stainless steel. It is great to see that importers like GHB are producing models of some of the lesser known trains such as the Crusader. Con-Cor has already featured other lesser known trains or short consist trains such as New Haven’s Comet, Milwaukee Road’s Hiawatha, and the Pioneer Zephyr. Take a walk outside any evening after dark (unless you live in the middle of nowhere), and you’ll see that the buildings are just one of the many contributors to light pollution in your neighborhood. To accurately duplicate this in your miniature world, you’re going to need the other sources of light, as well. This can be anything from billboards, to neon signage, to traffic lights, to blinking clocks on the local bank, but today we’re going to discuss street lights.
Street lights have been around for almost as long as trains in many areas and not all of them were electric.
Many 19th century cities in Europe and America that were modern for their time had gas-lamps on every street corner, and every night some dutiful soul would go around and light the flames.
These were gradually replaced by various forms of electric lighting starting with the carbon arc lamp in 1879, mercury vapor in 1901, sodium, metal halide, and fluorescent. Many modern towns now have replicas of these with electric lighting so they will fit in any era.
French gas lamp and its Miniatronics look-a-like Park lamps are usually poles with translucent globular lamps or sometimes hexagonal Victorian carriage lamp style shades. The globe patterns come in single globe dual globe and triple globe from a few manufacturers in several scales. You can mix these globe variations together if you use a little logic, like double globes at a busy street corner and single globes in between.A Warsaw gas lamp in the Victorian style and a Miniatronics dead-ringerOregon globe park lamp and similar from Miniatronics American Bridge lamp and a Walthers sibling Gooseneck street lamps have a tall straight post that curves over 180 degrees at the top so that a light can hang down. A row of British gooseneck lamps with ornate scroll work mirrors a Walthers twin Highway lights are tall thin modern poles. There is usually little to no embellishment and the top will bend at 60-90 degrees or in a long gentle curve to end in a tubular fitting with a plain bulb.
These look good on modern streets, parking lots, and especially highways.This modern Singapore street light could fit anywhere on the planets as could its Walthers facsimile Not satisfied with this assortment? We occasionally make our own rural lamp posts with a metal “hat” lamp shade over an LED or bulb that then hangs out from a wooden pole.
These are great for rural and older industrial areas in the countryside like coal mines and sawmills. It looks quite odd to see a globe lamp followed by a gas lamp, followed by a highway lamp in random order. For this reason, resist the bargain bin if there is only one of each type, unless you are sure that you have a unique solitary position (or can find more of the same type). Many smaller lamps must have current limiting resisters (often provided in the package) wired in series with the lamp. If this resistor is forgotten, a voltage as little as 9-12 volts can easily fry a tiny bulb or LED. Since LED are polarized devices, an additional caution is that they must be oriented correctly with positive and negative wired as directed in order to work.


The best attachment method is soldering, although twisted and insulated joints can work in a pinch. Make sure that you use wire the same gauge or slightly thicker than the wires on the lamp for the best result.
At first glance I was impressed (see photo below) by the quality of the kit, and little to no flash as well as very nice detail on the castings.
A quick look at the instructions and some dry fitting of the parts, convinced me that this kit would go together easy and fast. I saw John Glaab’s stretch built converters a few years back and wanted to try to build one myself, but like so many projects it never got beyond a thought. There are some photos of Bessemer Converters online, but very little in my steel mill books. After evaluating the photos I did have, I started by adding hand rails on the small platform on the right hand side.
On the left hand side I added a pipe connecting from the bottom of the left trunnion running down to the base. Note, you see a short round extension on the bottom of the left trunnion, this pipe is where the high pressure air enters the converter from the turbo blower house.
I will leave the area above the Converter open as well as the area in front of the Converter, similar to the one in the photo on the left. Once you examine photos of a Converter in action, you will understand why this area is left open. Back to the photo on the left, this is the overall look I will try to capture with my support building. In front of the Converter assembly I added a platform; this platform was cut in a U shape to allow space for the Converter when it’s tilted in a backwards direction (see photo below right).
Photo left, Steel industry forum Photo right, Mahoning Valley History Center I plan to paint my Converter in a medium to dark gray color, and then heavily weather it with rust and black dry brushing. Others love the fact that the convention is the best place to schmooze with follow model railroaders, including many of the masters in the hobby. Also, at this show many modelers find that out of production model that they cannot find even on eBay. The brass collector, who may be looking for that very hard to find brass locomotive to complete his collection, may also leave with something new. On these tours modelers can see what their fellow model railroaders are doing and witness first hand prototype railroad operation.
In fact many a convention goer will break away from the convention and head for the local railroad hotspot to do some rail-fanning. Both are a great way for guests to be inspired and return home with fresh ideas for their own model railroads.
Also, the NMRA uses the results from this contest along with regional NMRA meets, for their Master Modeler program. For photographers there are also contests, both for photos of model railroads and prototype railroad subjects. After the original release, Walthers rereleased the project with several additional structures, as well as upgrades to the original kits.
Walthers' steel mill project paved the way for other manufactures to produce additional steel mill items.
One of the items these specialty companies released is a Bessemer Converter by CMP Shops; I acquired mine from Peach Creak Shops who specializes in steel mill items. Back in 1855 Henry Bessemer patented a new process to inexpensively mass produce steel from pig iron. The process worked by blowing air through molten iron to remove impurities, a process known as “the blow.” A single converter can treat up to 30 tons of hot metal in 10-20 minutes. However, the process allowed little time for chemical analysis or adjustment of the alloying elements.
1968 marked the last year that steel was made by the use of a Bessemer Converter in the United States.
Most Converters are paired so that one can be heating while the other is unloading and reloading. Prior to the release of this kit you were on your own, scratch building was your only option.
It took me less than two hours to complete the assembly; as of this date I have not painted the kit. I am in the process of building the support structure and adding detail to the Converter itself.
We discussed today how hard it would be to recreate the pyrotechnics that occurs during the “blow.” If that does come about, we will write about it in the future. I am going with a railroad ladle car, not the ladle turntable; for this I ordered a State Tool and Die Co.



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