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Welcome aboard! / Re: New to the Forum
« on: March 25, 2018, 09:45:18 AM »
Mark

I've noticed that Graybeal has a couple of books on the ET&WNC and will probably get them.

One of the last resources for the Ten-wheelers that I know if was Train and Trooper who folded a couple of years back. Guess there is not much interest in them in the East.

Thanks for the info.

Happy modeling.

edj

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Welcome aboard! / Re: New to the Forum
« on: March 07, 2018, 05:17:21 PM »
Hi Michael

I just logged on a week or so ago. Asked a question and the silence made me wonder if anyone is alive on this forum.
 
At least there are two of us.

I am into the Eastern Narrow Gauge and getting psyched up to build a layout if I can get hold of some drawings of stuff I want to build.

Hope we haven't disturbed the deceased on here.

edj aka CharlieNoble

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Seems as I'm several years too late in being able to get the drawings of these steamers. I managed to snag the MRR July 81 but it's lacking some vital dimensions. Short of going to Johnson City, TN where an actual layout exists, can anyone help?

edj

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HOn3 General Discussion Forum / New Guy from Middle Tennessee
« on: February 22, 2018, 04:17:43 PM »
Howdy

My name is Ed and I have been interested in Narrow Gauge since the middle 40's.
I've not had much of a chance to build a layout with 20 years in the military and moving here and there. I've settled down in Columbia, TN now and hope to fill my 11 x 19 room with HO and Hon3 something on the order of those lines that ran through Johnson's Tank (Johnson City), Elizabethton and Cranberry North Carolina. At those places I could connect with the early Southern RR, Clinchfield and the ET&WNC.
I see where the rolling stock for the ET&WNC has withered, especially the steam power so hopefully someone will point me toward the design sheet for the 4-6-0 Mogul engines used on this line.

Hope to be here for a while and meet those still active on this forum.

edj

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