For a number of years, I have been using a small compressor to steam. However, that compressor was insufficient for the task. It often took much more time than it should to steam up, and sometimes, I couldn’t even do … Continue reading →
I thought I would finish today, but after some consideration, I decided to use angle iron in place of rail. This will help hold my connections to the steaming bays more secure and stable. This required a trip to Lowe’s … Continue reading →
I had a slow start this summer due to family health issues, but I’m finally back out on the track. A few weeks ago, I began blowing off the track and yesterday was ready to put an engine out there. … Continue reading →
Just when you think spring has arrived, think again. I thought I would be out there to work on the 1000′ extension of my railroad, until yesterday. And, they say New England is in for another Nor’easter next Tuesday/ Wednesday. … Continue reading →
We have good news! The clubs page is now fixed, and it includes events. When you hit the link for “Clubs” or “Events” they will take you to the new page. So, I need your help! If you are on … Continue reading →
Good news! I’m working on the Live Steam Clubs and they will be up and running better than before shortly. It may take me a few days to fix broken links, but it’s well worth it.
A sand blaster is something we can all use in this hobby. When you start building a locomotive and parts sit waiting for your next step and when you rip down an older locomotive and want to prepare for repainting, … Continue reading →
I wish to all of you a Christmas (yes, It’s still Christmas), and a New Year filled with graces, health, and blessings. Happy Steaming to all! Thank you for being loyal readers for all these years. I’ll try to do … Continue reading →