Good MR Web Sites

I decided to check in on some web sites I haven't visited for awhile that I
really like.
You may have visited these already but if you haven't check them out. They
may not cater to your exact interests but all are either well done or packed
with information. If you have a few sites you really like please let us know
about them.
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check out the construction tips and
plans. Great stuff for everyone!
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Carl Arendt's Micro Layouts. Everyone has room for one of
these.
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Nigel Nichols WP site has some
interesting free software for Model Railroaders, DCC tips and how to make
Blue Box Athearn run like a fine watch.
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Robs Pennsy site is a treasure trove for Pennsy
fans.
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Q-Station is the same or Santa Fe / BNSF
modelers
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And here for the Frisco.
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Ditto for Costa's SP Site and
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the SP modelers Archive.
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Like older steam
era stuff? Check out the pictures of Rolling stock from the St. Charles Car
Company or
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for the Steam Era Freight Cars site.
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Like Climax locomotives. Here you go.
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visit The Fallen Flags
Operators Manual page for lots of diesel locomotive manuals you can
download. See how they really run.
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Now for something entirely different.
Try Russian Model Railroading.
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or
Lambing Flats for pictures of a steam era model railroad form Down Under
that's very well done.
And don't for get to stop by Bills Railroad Empire especially since
Halloween is coming along soon.
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Bruce
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Bruce Favinger
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I decided to check in on some web sites I haven't visited for awhile that I really like. *** And don't for get to stop by Bills Railroad Empire especially since Halloween is coming along soon.
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Thanks for the compliment, Bruce. That's a mighty impressive list of sites you compiled. I feel honored to have been included.
Bill Bill's Railroad Empire N Scale Model Railroad:
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History of N Scale:
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Railroad Bookstore:
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