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Post  Jon R. Harrison on Sat Jun 13, 2009 1:04 pm

Has anyone checked out the train people at Walthers? I am finding it to be a good source for those little odd bit you sometimes need. In HO scale they have some tools which are way oversized but are just fine for 1:35. They also have quite a selection of such things as chains, blocks, hooks,pullies and an assortment of bolts head castings.

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Post  G Cooper on Thu Jun 18, 2009 3:50 am

Oh yeah. It was an old Shep Paine book that turned me on to cruising the railroad shops for stuff decades ago. They have all kind of neat stuff. Like chains,light lenses,rock and gravel, little brass detailing gizmology, etc.

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