Greg’s been in touch with his braking containers – they look fab:
A few weeks ago I was looking up some details for a model railroad car I was working on and discovered the Distributed Braking Containers that CN railroad uses in the winter to supply air pressure in place of an extra locomotive.
After I finished the project I was working on I started working on building these.
I even wired a red led into them for end of train lighting.
I showed them to a few fellow railroading friends and they bought all the ones I had made.
So I’ve been hard at work making more and trying to stay ahead of orders on these. They add such a nice detail.
Now on to Dave:
“hI Al, just uploaded this video showing the CMX track cleaner, how it works for the cleaning of the tracks and also the liquid I use for this.
Also I have tried to show and explain how I used the Green screen method of editing to put myself on to the video, not the easiest of explanations to do, but hope a few can get a idea of how its done, maybe there are easier ways and some of the members can give advice or better still a video showing how this is done…
Now on to Tom:
“I just started this layout in January this year.
It’s on two 4×8 sheets off plywood and foam.
A big thanks to Greg, Dave and Tom.
Please do leave your comments below – I’d love to know what you think of Greg’s braking containers.
That’s all for today folks.
Please do keep ’em coming.
And if today is the day you get started on your layout, the Beginner’s Guide is here.