The RMCQ is a club for anyone who likes to make, run, talk about, or simply watch... Model Trains
I went down into the HO area yesterday morning to see who was in and doing any work, and of course a few of them were working away at the layout. Bruce was up on the top deck laying track and Doug was on the bottom level ballasting away. Now Doug had a brilliant tool he had come up with and made...
A reminder to club members to not forget to use the club library. Why, you ask? Well, because the magazines and such we get in are a great read or watch. There are even pictures in them for those who don't read articles too!
AutoHaul to return in 2017.
Rio Tinto is set to resume implementation of driverless trains in its iron ore operations next year, having apparently overcome software issues that have plauged the project to date.
Today a bunch were running up and down the helix and onto the bridge on the top deck. This was all in preparation for the, not too far down the track, opening of some more trackage - this time on the top deck.
The Germans made it to the top today with a steam powered mixed freight.
The free version of Trackside Model Railroading, November issue, is now available for people to read. Just head over to their website and login. If you don't have a login, create one as it is free and they don't spam you. The emag is a good read.
You can find it at: Click here for the eMag
The Pennsylvania Railroad Technical & Historical Society's "The Keystone Modeler" newsletter number 98 is now available.
It is always good to read what other clubs and people are up to with their layouts or hobbying in general. So if you are up for a read, check it out at: