It’s not always easy to do quick conversions between metric and imperial measurements, beyond knowing that 1″ = 25.4mm, especially when dealing with fractional numbers. Fortunately, there’s a great website out there that makes it easy: RapidTables.com. The converters I find most helpful for modeling are: Inches to Millimeters Millimeters to Inches
This new site aims to reflect my hobby activities, mostly moving into the year 2021 and beyond. It’s going to be somewhat different from what the old site turned into, in that it’s not going to be about selling things, nor about being a hobby “expert.”
Back in June of last year, I commented that I was considering getting rid of DCC and sound in my locos, and going with battery-powered radio-control.
This little engine seemed so, so big to me when I was a child. It was running on the Edaville Railroad then — such a long time ago.