Activity stream for all registered members at Frisco.org - St. Louis-San Francisco Railway.
More of a BCR red, I'd say, in the absence of anything definitive. The closest I can find for a transition to yellow would be "early...
I will use servo motors with a linkage attached to the crossing gate arm near the pivot point.
Circuitry designed for the lights and arm...
What rotates the gate up and down John?
[ATTACH] This is what will be installed.[ATTACH]
I’d wager that on the Frisco during the steam era, highway-grade crossing gates were a rare thing. My grandfather spoke of the Evans...
Doe anyone have a drawing or a photo of a crossing gate.
Interested in the counterweight of the arm.
What did Frisco have during early...
Workin on a video now. :)
Below, is the freshly painted/decaled example again.
Below it is weathered up a bit. Trying to follow the example on the bottom...
METICULOUS. That's the word I was looking for.
Here's something I've been thinking about since viewing all the truly outstanding work you fellas put in. I can't tell the difference...
LOL roger that Mark, :D
Much better in gray with proper lettering. When weathering NO green should show through.
Hope this helps.
Used to be Green. Oddballs decals, Scalecoat II, UP hopper gray.
Now some weathering.
Lots of staging, plus a coach yard and an 8-track passenger depot.
Wow, that's a lot!
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