Carton Model Scratchbuilt Ho Scale Train Station

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Narrow Gauge Track

The link goes to a fine model of narrow gauge track.

Additionally there are many pictures of prototype narrow gauge track.
This is great information for modelers who want to model realistic track.

Narrow Gauge Model One – An image of narrow gauge track well modeled.

Narrow Gauge Track Prototype Views And Discussion – Excellent information about modeling narrow gauge track.

DIY Static Grass Applicator Kit

Incredible Static Grass Application – beginners and experts alike are able to lay static grass perfectly every time.

Huge Cost Savings – save money by easily making your own static grass applicator that’s more powerful then many much more expensive commercial applicators.

Fast And Easy To Assemble – No special tools required. All connections are solderless. By following the detailed instructions that come with this kit you can have your static grass applicator working within 30 minutes.

Easy To Use – Your grass container can be nothing more than a vegetable strainer. You can power from your track, a powerpack, or discarded electronics transformer. Is a plug and play static grass applicator

Do Things That You Can’t Do With Most Static Grass Applicators – Get under low overheads, in corners, and other places where it is difficult to add static grass.

What You Get

A specially designed high powered generator – The heart of the unit is a static field generator that was especially designed to be used in a static grass applicator. It generates a 12 to 15 kV DC output field on a 12 V DC input. T this makes a more powerful static grass applicator then many more expensive commercial applicators. No need to go over your static grass with a vacuum cleaner or toothbrush to make it stand up. This unit makes to stand up straight immediately as it hits the glue

The static field will vary with the input voltage. To get a 15 kV DC field, use a 12 V DC power supply.

This table shows outputs versus input voltage.

The static field will vary with the input voltage. To get a 15 KV field, use a 12 V DC power supply.

Input (V DC)
Output (-KV)

You get the switch, banana connectors, and the solderless connectors that you need along with a plastic container used to mount the electronics.

All that you have to supply is a vegetable strainer, 812 V DC power supply, or loyal lower, some wire and a paperclip.

You also get complete instructions in text and video format showing you how to make your own static grass applicator using this kit.

And you get access to continuing video tutorials that give you tips and show you tricks and techniques for making scenery and using static grass.

Get the best. Get one today. Click Here For Information.

Narrow Gauge Steam Engine Lynx

Narrow Gauge Steam Engine Lynx

About narrow gauge steam engine Rys and in Poland called Lynx.

The Lynx is a Polish version of the German narrow gauge Riesa (Rys) that was extremely important in the repair of war damage in Warsaw and Wroclaw.


The picture at the right shows a picture of the Lynx that at the PKP station in Sochaczew. You can get a collector’s mug with an image of the Lynx on it. Information about that can be found by clicking here. Railroad Mugs

You may also buy the Lynx and other unique gifts for men at  the RailRoadGiftStore

During the Second World War, the Rys’ was built in Poland under German supervision.

After the War, construction continued, with some variations,with the engine being called Lynx.

It was used primarily by Polish industry.

The Lynx engine was used as a model to develop the Cn2t Las. The Lynx, a Bn2t, had an axle load too high for the weak forest tracks. So a third  axle was added and fire prevention changes were made to the new engine that became the Cn2t Las.

You can see examples of the Rys at Sochacew and the Warsaw Train Museum.


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