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JNR Ki100 Russell Car

JRail: News, Announcements & General Discussions Today, 04:19 AM
I have an assembled World Craft Russell Car Snow Plow. Included is a range of decals presumably showing the home depot of the Plow.  Can anyone advise me if any of the numbers correspond to a home depot in Hokkaido and more particularly if so if one of these is either Oshamambe or Otaru?
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My North American Trains

Worldwide Models Yesterday, 09:03 PM
I gave my local commuter train some attention and running time tonight - Athearn Brand Caltrain Bombardier Cars and FP59.  The FP59 is actually the wrong locomotive as it should be an MP36.  Kato make the MP36 but the Caltrain was only available as a Kobo Special Paint and it was a litt...
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How far can you go on a basic ¥130 fare?

JRail: News, Announcements & General Discussions Yesterday, 08:56 PM
Hello,   While researching this questionfrom member bluejeans, I came across a blog post about how far you can travel legally on a ¥130 ticket in one day.   The author bought a ticket from Tokyo to Kanda on the Yamanote Line, but instead headed in the Shimbashi direction on a journey th...
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Nxcale's projects - learning while breaking stuff

Personal Layouts & Projects Yesterday, 03:37 PM
Hi people,   I decided to place here few of my ideas/projects so these will not get lost in pieces of paper or buried in my pc's files. Comments, feedback, ideas, suggestions and queries are welcome!   Project 1: The semi-permanent layout with signalling   As its title, this medium...
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Memories of Local Private Railways

JRail: News, Announcements & General Discussions Yesterday, 12:39 PM
This is a Japanese language web site focusing on abandoned local private railways.  There pages on the lines themselves and vehicle archive (with very detailed articles and great vintage photos for the Meitetsu 510, 520, 750 and 2320 trains). it includes the Hitachi Electric Railway and Niig...
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Happy New Year!

Dec 30 2014 05:55 PM | Martijn Meerts in Articles

Time for a new year!

But first of all, we'd like to wish you all a happy new year and all the best for 2016!

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