New Profile Posts

  1. ranulf
    ranulf SAFN SAAP
    Hello! I've been looking at your forum posts covering the TOC era. I am in the planning stages of my next layout which will be a similar era, so I hoped to strike up an acquaintance. My name is Ian, and I'm designing a roughly 8'x16' N scale freelance layout based primarily on the logging and apple industries "somewhere in the Ozarks".

    I just wanted to say hello based on our shared interest in era.
  2. ranulf
    ranulf Jim James
    Hello! I read in a forum post that your layout is set 1800's to 1925 or so. I am in the planning stages of my next layout which will be a similar era, so I hoped to strike up and acquaintance. My name is Ian, and I'm designing a roughly 8'x16' N scale freelance layout based primarily on the logging and apple industries "somewhere in the Ozarks.

    I just wanted to say hello based on our shared interest in era.
    1. Jim James
      Jim James
      Good luck in your endeavor. It’s a fun era to model and a bit challenging at times.
      Jun 6, 2021
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  4. mountaincreekar
    mountaincreekar gstout
    Thanks for the comment:

    Yes, Is not O gauge about fun for many youths. Hands on. O gauge not details' pure .
    There is very little on the Frisco O gauge forums.
    The frisco.org sure does not have many youth members. and seems not to care.

    I was surprised that Menards had any Frisco They could just have just current operating railroads stuff ..
  5. Tonya Zelch
    Tonya Zelch
    I purchased an item with Frisco stamped on it. Trying to figure out what it might have been used for?
    1. klrwhizkid
      klrwhizkid
      Jun 23, 2021 at 10:27 AM
  6. Larry S. Murphy
    Larry S. Murphy Rodger McKinney
    Rodger are you looking for a Collins, Mo depot picture? I have a couple which I would be happy to share. Do you happen to have a picture of a KCCS wreck at Collins in about 1912? I’m looking for a picture of it that wreck. Larry Murphy larrymurf37@gmail.com
  7. raiderhater015
    raiderhater015
    Hi, Jason here from Knob Noster/Warrensburg. Grew up near train tracks my whole life. Interesting to learn more of the history.
  8. Lisa Kay
    Lisa Kay Jim James
    Lisa Kay
    Hello Jim- greetings from Cape, as well. I tried to join last year,due to Ken McNanahan(?) Spel?
    Speaking of how the Frisco began in Cape
    Do you know what forum,direction I need yo take, on this great site?
  9. dacum47
    dacum47
    OLD AND HEALTHY
  10. mountaincreekar
    mountaincreekar Mark Poley
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    2. Mark Poley
      Mark Poley
      Thank You!
      Jan 13, 2021
  11. sunnyland
    sunnyland
    Mom was third generation in her family, grandpa came from Ireland and laid track to build Frisco, 4 sons conductors, 1 switchman
  12. sunnyland
    sunnyland
    Have not been here for a long time, but my parents worked for Frisco, Mom at General office and Dad at Lindenwood Yard
  13. Robert Miller
    Robert Miller
    Alive and still kicking! Getting ready for the NMRA 2021 Convention
  14. Robert Miller
  15. mountaincreekar
  16. Gabriel Gerard
    Gabriel Gerard gjslsffan
    I really like your models Tom. Your YouTube channel was part of what inspired me to create an account on Frisco.org.
    1. gjslsffan
      gjslsffan
      Thanks Gabriel, I am glad you like them. I appreciate your comments.
      Sep 18, 2020
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  17. mountaincreekar
    mountaincreekar Morailfan
    I am trying to think were this bridge is near Cuba?
    as labeled on Media number 4 's picture. ?
  18. Ted Johnson
    Ted Johnson frisco1522
    Hey Don will 1522 ever run again, if I does bring it up to IRM we can double head with 1630!
  19. mountaincreekar
    mountaincreekar Explorer Chris
    Chris
    This mountaincreekar. One of your Salem Branch/Leadline/S&E-RR files has been removed.
    Secure your files.
    Give me an email at mountaincreekar@yahoo.com and we can discuss the situation via that back-channel privately.
  20. Elder Rick Jones
    Elder Rick Jones
    I grew up across the Frisco railroad Olathe, Kansas