The 5th most popular post this year

I have really enjoyed looking at which posts are the most popular for this year.

I do wish I’d started at 5, and counted down though. That would have been much more fun.

Number 5, by the way, is one that I particularly like. And you do too, judging by all the comments. Some of you will have seen it before, but for those who haven’t, it really does say a lot about this hobby.

But before I spill the beans, please allow a small, shameless plug.

My Boy Wonder has been busy again. Have a look at the engine sheds he has produced. Amazing to think you just download them, print them, stick them to card, and stick them together.

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You can see a bit more about them here. I thought as they are brand spanking new, I’d put them out a silly price before I get them on to the site.

But now back to that all important, 5th most popular blog.

It’s here.

I did ponder whether to post this, because it’s also linked to in the ‘most popular’ section of the site, which squews the figures a little. But seeing as it’s one of my faves, I thought I would.

That’s all this time folks.

Please do keep ’em coming.

Latest ebay cheat is here.

Best

Al

PS And if you’ve not taken the plunge yet, the Beginners Guide is here.

14 responses to “The 5th most popular post this year”

  1. Ronnie Thompson says:

    A very good project. Thanks for posting it.

  2. david howarth says:

    A nice job with the engine sheds , just a pity I dont have room for one …but a lot should enjoy downloading these and building , its a great way to build your own …Dave

  3. Dear Mr. Lee. I just want to thank you for posting all the great ideas from people that have sent in their wonderful layouts and ways to make our layouts more realistic and fun. Happy Holiday Season.Jesse.

  4. Dr. Steve Kemper says:

    I really enjoy your website.

  5. Dear Mr. Lee. I as well wanted to take a second and say THANK YOU SO MUCH. To take the time to post all of these lay outs, idea’s, and all the pure talent out their. To help us all be better modelers. Since this is my first layout
    I have got so many ides on how to do thing the right way the first time.
    Wishing you and your family a Happy Holiday Season. And to all out their
    Happy Holidays.
    Steve. So Cal.

  6. Stephen Hudacko says:

    Al
    I like your son’s new engine building. I see it prints out in HO scale. I know O scale is HO doubleted. Is there an easy way to scale this up to O. It looks like at HO scale covers the whole 8 1/2 X 11 sheets
    Steve from Toms River

  7. paul Otway says:

    I like the loco sheds.

  8. Max Dosser says:

    G’day Al from Down Under.
    Thanks for the Posts over the past 3 years, in particular those of “Dangerous Dave”.
    Best wishes to all for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
    I look forward to all these informative posts. The engine sheds look “real grouse’
    ( Thats Oz Speak for really good.
    Max Dosser
    Ferntree Gully
    Vic. Australia

  9. Richard Sommery-Gade says:

    Ingenious !

  10. Mike says:

    That is awesome and the detail is excellent. Very talented, nice work !!!

  11. ed (Marklin) says:

    many thanks to all for the wonderful year of model railroad
    stuff and i mean stuff. great ideas and workmanship.

    merry christmas to all

  12. tom says:

    Dear L’l Al and Big Al,
    For the dedication of all model railroaders on this site: What each contributed to the success of this site. For all the stories that warmed out hearts.

    Yes, another year ending, what has been learned, experienced, and applied seen through narrative, pictures, and video was and is amazing.

    Thank you each one for sharing and that you Al for bringing model railroading experience to us.

    Model Railroad is big joy in my life thank you all once again for sharing it.
    Thank you Al for bringing it to us!!

    May you and yours all have a Very Merry Christmas ! and a Very Happy New Year ! With some joy, happiness, goodwill, faith, hope … peace and comfort stirred in !!!

    God Bless, Tom – Central Maryland, U.S.A.

  13. John says:

    Just a guess… Print on A3 for O scale?

  14. Ken Stramel says:

    Very nice. I’m liking it. Thanks

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