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  • Ray Dunakin
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    I don't think live steam would work very well with my steep grades.

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  • K_and_NWLR
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    Hi Ray, Love your stuff. Never thought of using live steam? Regards, Andrew @ Kent & North Wales Light Railway

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  • Ray Dunakin
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    Thanks guys!

    Frank, I started out using track power but switched over to battery power a little over a year ago. Sure beats having to clean track all the time!

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  • fireman93514
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    great job Ray. As always.

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  • sgtbob
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    Great stuff Ray. Can you see me turning green ??

    Bob

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    Great scenes Ray!

    Glad to see your Dad & sister, still having fun in your inspection car.

    Greg Shinnie

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  • Frank_Palmer
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    Ray, are you using batteries for power? Because I could see track power being a huge problem.

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  • Ray Dunakin
    started a topic The In-ko-pah Railroad

    The In-ko-pah Railroad

    Here are a few recent photos of my 1/24th scale In-ko-pah Railroad:










    In this next shot, the town in the background is Mineral Ridge. There are only two completed building so far, and the mill is still under construction:









    You can see more here:

    http://www.raydunakin.com/Site/IRR_Photos.html
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