Posts Tagged ‘Winchester’

Pavement in Winchester

Posted on March 30th, 2014, by Michael Rountree

I have been paving parking lots for the past few weeks. Both of these grew out of experiments in paving a road that occurs behind the main line. Basically, the technique is all joint compound, iteratively smoothed.

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Making a Control Panel

Posted on March 9th, 2013, by Michael Rountree

What I have been working on of late has been installations of slide switches and electrical block gaps, to complete the tracklaying in the vicinity of the Winchester Yard Throat. Along with this, I have had to re-design my control panel to reflect the revised track configuration, and I to map out where electrical blocks will go.

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Revising Winchester Yard

Posted on February 26th, 2013, by Michael Rountree

Recently I decided that it was about time to take the plunge, and go ahead and re-lay some of the track in the area around the depot and yard lead in Winchester.

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ARRIVAL: CHFR #2 at Winchester

Posted on September 16th, 2012, by Michael Rountree

One of the boys, lacking all manner of tact, asked why things looked so junky around here, but good Mr. Pemrunning just laughed and shrugged. “Boys,” he said, “You’ve reach the very end of the world out here! This is right where God is still in the business of creation, and if I took you any further up the line, well then, you’d fall plum off the edge of the planet!”

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NSN 2012 Visits Winchester

Posted on June 2nd, 2012, by Michael Rountree

My friends at Nscale.net sent along business car NSN 2012, which happened to arrive while I still had the boxcar NSN 2011 sitting in the yard! Here is the article I posted at NSN.

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