“Hi Al… thought I would pass this along.
Maybe it not a new idea, but thought I would try it.. I’m happy with it.
I poured white glue over to top of the falls so it ran down the way water might take the same path.
Then after it was almost dry, tacky, I combed out some cotton wool and placed it over the edge.
I used some clear glue on the top and bottom to keep the cotton wool in place. Once dry, I sprayed it with hair spray.
It’s a bit of a sticky job but turned out ok for me. Thought I would pass it along. You can post it if you think it might be helpful to others.
And now on to Ronald, who needs some help identifying a train set:
I received several sets of trains as a kid from my cousin before he went off to the Korean war.
Most of the trains were Lionel 027 gauge pre world war 2 that he enjoyed as a kid.
One set had three passenger cars without markings to who manufactured them.
They have couplers I have never seen before.
The trains have been stored away for the last 60 years.
I would appreciate if you or your readers could give any information on who made them, and any website that I could get parts.
“Hi Al …
I look forward to your e-mail every day and enjoy it very much.
See the attached … Do you think California high speed rail is off to a bad start ?
I don’t think I’ll see it in my lifetime !!!
San Jose, California”
Next, Wayne’s been back in touch with a few more pics of his progress.
If you missed his last post, it’s here.
A big thanks to Wayne, Ronald and Jeff.
Lastly, a huge thanks to those who have asked a question on the forum.
It’s starting to grow a little now, and I’m very pleased with that.
If you’d like to post a question, the easiest way is just to mail me. Or just post one normally.
That’s all for today folks.
Please do keep ’em coming – it’s getting a bit thin on the ground this end, so now’s a great time to send anything in.
And please don’t forget the the Beginner’s Guide is here if you want to make that start on your layout.