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Welcome to Jeffrey's Trackside Diner July, 2020 In The UK and British Isles

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Posted by herrinchoker on Thursday, July 9, 2020 10:13 PM

Cars,

My first car was a 16 foot wooden skiff, with a 1954 Johnson 10 HP. outboard. It was hard to go to a drive in with it.

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Posted by herrinchoker on Thursday, July 9, 2020 10:16 PM

Top of the page, bars is open for those old enough to guzzle, Shirley Temples for them what ain't. Put it all on my tab.

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Posted by BATMAN on Thursday, July 9, 2020 10:41 PM

Evening all.

My first wheels in High School, had to get to work somehow.

 

Then I bought myself this when I graduated High School. Ordered it right from the factory, paid cash. Spent as much again customizing it.

Babes O Plenty!

 

Sold another piece of property tonight that was part of this Estate I am looking after. UGH! I need a drink. I sold it to foreign investors and they were not nice people. Fortunatly my agent is a force to deal with and we got full price in the end.

I think I just need to watch the idiot box tonight as my brain is dead.... As it usually is.Laugh

All the best to all.

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Posted by hon30critter on Thursday, July 9, 2020 10:41 PM

herrinchoker
It was hard to go to a drive in with it.

Yes, but there was a lot more room in the back seat!!Smile, Wink & GrinLaughLaughLaugh

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Posted by gmpullman on Thursday, July 9, 2020 11:38 PM

BATMAN
My first wheels in High School, had to get to work somehow.

I was well out of high school when I bought my first Honda bike:

 Magna_82 by Edmund, on Flickr

This was one smooth-running machine, though. I didn't have the same saddle accessories you did Whistling

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Posted by SeeYou190 on Friday, July 10, 2020 12:35 AM

gmpullman
I was well out of high school when I bought my first Honda bike:

My only Honda was a 1981 CB-900 that I bought for $1,500.00 in 1987.

I traded it in on a 1977 Harley-Davidson FXR Lowrider in 1990. That was the worst decision I ever made. That Honda was smooth, reliable, and fun to ride. The Harley was none of that... so I bought two more! A 1973 FLH Electraglide Dresser and a 1998 FLD Dynaglide Switchback. 

So dumb. When I finally got rid of the last of them it was a great day.

-Kevin

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Posted by SeeYou190 on Friday, July 10, 2020 1:49 AM

Kentucky Railway Museum:

As usual, we were the only people there, and this was fine with me.

This museum has the only CF-7 I have ever seen. It does not look as weird in real life as it looks in model form. It is big and impressive.

It also has a BL-2 which I also have never seen in real life previously. I know it is very popular to call the BL-2 "ugly", but I like the styling. unfortunately, the way this one was positioned in the barn, I could not get a good picture of it.

There are some nice displays inside, and there are even some model trains. This "S" scale USRA pacific was beautiful enough to make by briefly consider switching scales.

The walkways to the equipment backshop and storage areas were all closed. It looked there was some interesting stuff going on. I did not have my 300mm lens with me, so this is the best picture I could get.

This is another museum that is worth a visit.

-Kevin

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Posted by gmpullman on Friday, July 10, 2020 3:16 AM

SeeYou190
That was the worst decision I ever made. That Honda was smooth, reliable, and fun to ride.

I followed an almost similar path. After enjoying the smooth, four cylinder Magna I was convinced by a few fellows at w**k that I really needed a V-Twin so I searched around and found this machine:

 ACE_crop by Edmund, on Flickr

I bought it in late May and, as an omen, it began to snow on the ride home from the dealer! By the time I got home there was wet, thick slush all over and I was soaked and frozen.

That engine rattled so bad you couldn't see anything in the mirrors since they were shaking so much! Over the next couple years I had three close-calls then finally a deer jumped right in front of me and down I went.

Rode it a few more times just to be sure I was done with it and, sure enough, I don't miss it one bit.

Never got the Harley bug. Quite a few times I heard guys around the shop griping about maintenance and repairs. Maybe they're better now, that was back in the late '90s.

That was my mid-life crisis in a nut shell. Indifferent

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Posted by "JaBear" on Friday, July 10, 2020 5:44 AM

Lastspikemike
At Napier there happens to be a viewpoint in a quiet residential neighbourhood from which you can look down on this container port from a very great height. 

 

The residential neighbourhood is quiet but the port is NOT!! I did a fair bit of contracting down at Napier, and on one occasion, my usual “digs” were not available and the company put me up at a B&B overlooking the port. Good folk, comfortable self-contained rooms and a great view, and yes, though I hadn’t really thought about it, it would be, because of its compactness, a good subject to model, especially if you were using NZR120.  You’d be able to have 24 hour operations, which in the 1:1 world was not conducive to me getting a good nights sleep!! I was glad it was only once!
 
At least one of these…
 
Napier Freight Terminal 21/12/93 by Bear, on Flickr
 
….and quite a few container wagons, some cement wagons, and bogie logging wagons and you’d have hours of endless fun.
 
 
My first bike which I saved up for w**king after school and during school breaks was a Honda CB 360, whilst bought for transportation it was a fun machine. However, when I started full time employment all my savings went into one of these.
 
Triumph by Bear, on Flickr
 
It’s funny to think that one of those early Honda CB 750 Fours such as Brents, are now, and rightly so, considered as classics.  Some of the local traffic police had them but weighed them down with so much gear and radios, so they were drays. Very easy to out run with the Triumph.
 
“Faster, faster, faster, until the thrill of speed overcomes the fear of death...”
-Hunter S. Thompson.
 
Thoughts and Best Wishes to All that need them. Stay Safe.
Cheers, the Bear.Smile

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Posted by Track fiddler on Friday, July 10, 2020 6:42 AM

Good morning 

A pleasant sunrise again this morning.  Another day off and only a half a day job tomorrow which is fine by me, I like semi-retirement.  I need to find physical things to do frequently, otherwise I stiffen up like an old boardLaugh

I worked nights for a period of time when I was remodeling pizza franchises in strip malls.  I never liked turning my days and nights around.  As Bear stated, I was glad when it was over.  The new lease improvements, build-to-suit could be done during the day which was much better.

 

My dad who lived in Wisconsin had a VW Bug he picked us up in for our weekend visits.  I remember I liked the sound of that thing.  I was always good at sound effects and could imitate it pretty well.  My older brother and I always fought over shotgunLaugh 

My first car in high school was a big bomb, I guess my mother wanted me safe. 

A 1972 455 Buick Centurion that looked very similar to this.

My first motorcycle was a popular mini bike.

Remember these? Stick out tongue  A 1970 Honda Trail 70 like this, they were quite popular, almost every kid had one.

 

Make it a great day everybodyWink

 

 

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Posted by Tinplate Toddler on Friday, July 10, 2020 7:37 AM

Good Afternoon!

What a summer! We have the heater going full speed - without it, it would be just too damp and cold inside!

During my stay as an exchange student on Bainbridge Island, I bought a old ex-Army HD flathead, bike, which required some work to it, before I got it going. It needed all new rubber things, including the tires, for which I spent more money than the bike itself.nI worked on it for quite some time, but coud enjoy riding it ony for a few weeks, as I had to return to my home country. I left it up for grabs. One of my old high school pals took it and rode it for a while. BAck in Germany, I only rode a bike once, about 42 years ago. Never been on a bike since, motor bike that is.

TF - that bike was called Honda Dax in Germany, but it wasn´t really popular. As a 16 year old, you were limited to 50cc engines, for any "bigger" bike, you needed to be 18 and have a full motorcycle license. For a short period of time, Honda marketed a 50cc version limited to 40kph, but it was quite expensive compared to the more sought after brands of Kreidler, Zündapp or Herkules.

Happy times!

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Posted by Heartland Division CB&Q on Friday, July 10, 2020 8:22 AM

Good morning, Diners .... I'll have a donut and coffee, please. 

Kevin .... I'm glad you posted pictures of KY Ry Museum. It has been several years since I have been there. We were making plans to go there this year, but delayed doing that becasue of the virus and social distancing. In past years, we rode on their excursion trains. One time, Thomas the Tank Engine was visiting and we rode with grandkids who are now in their upper teens. The CF7 was on the other end of the train doing the work. 

Here is my photo of the BL2. I, too, do not think it is ugly.  

This C&O Berkshire was moved last year to another location where it is to be rebuilt for excursion service. 

This L&N business car looked nice to me. 

 

 

I did not get a photo of L&N 770 which is an EMD E6. It was in horrible condition when I saw it. They said it was going to be repaired and repainted for static display. 

I recall during the train ride with granddaughters from Cincinnati when they were 4 and 6 years old. We passed a string of rusted old railroad equipemnt including the E6. One granddaughter said "Grandpa needs to fix those trains." Laughable comment. 

GARRY

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Posted by York1 on Friday, July 10, 2020 8:39 AM

Good morning.

I'm taking a break -- I've been cutting wood since 6:00 a.m.  Of course, I'll quit by noon and take a nap.

I've got the worst of the cuts made.  One of the pine trees was 16" in diameter, and that was the worst for me.  I finally cut it into one foot sections so I could pick them up and get them into the truck.

The chainsaw is working better than I am. It's 8:30, hot and humid, and I'm already worn out.  I want to get this finished so I don't have to listen to someone I live with tell me I should hire it done.  I just keep telling her it's good for me.

I've never had a motorcycle, and I've ridden one only once when I was about 17.  I'm not sure why, but I've never had the desire to ride one.  I'd probably have loved it if I had.

We get to Bowling Green, Kentucky, every few years to visit relatives.  The next time I'm going to make sure to get to that museum.

Have a good day, everyone.  It's time to get going again and take a load of wood to the landfill.  It gives the chainsaw time to cool down.

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Posted by SeeYou190 on Friday, July 10, 2020 9:47 AM

Heartland Division CB&Q
I did not get a photo of L&N 770 which is an EMD E6. It was in horrible condition when I saw it. They said it was going to be repaired and repainted for static display. 

The E-6 was beind the same row of debris and junk that made it impossible to get a full photo of the BL-2. Thank you for sharing your picture.

They have a few inspection holes cut into the carbody, and the diagonal supports are completely rusted away. This is going to need a lot of work just to become am enduring static display.

They also have this crane which is stitting outside and needs some serious attention. Again, sorry for the poor photo. I never have my 300mm lens when I need it.

This baggage car looked wonderful to me for some reason. The aged patina is perfect.

I did not see the L&N Business Car there. It is handsome.

-Kevin

 

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Posted by CNCharlie on Friday, July 10, 2020 11:50 AM

Good Morning,

A nice sunny day here with a high of about 80F and not humid.

Kevin, you got some great photos on your recent trip. It must have been strange being virtually alone at those museums.

Things are slowly picking up here. Restaurants are at 50% and there's a lot more traffic on the streets. Stores seem fairly busy but not much sign of people wearing masks. Mind you  we haven't had any new cases in our province for the past 9 days and there are only 5 active cases now. Our population is only 1.4 million of which half live in Winnipeg with the rest mostly spread out within 100 miles of the U.S. border.

We got Robbie groomed this week  so he looks a lot less shaggy and I'm sure he is a lot cooler.

I put together a beach train on the layout which is a Pacific with a baggage car and a couple of coaches. It runs around as many times as I want it and then stops at the harbour where there is a small platform. The beach must be around the corner from the lighthouse. I'm only guessing as I can't see it.

As we are in the U.K. I think I'll have a cup of tea and a couple of shortbreads. The shortbread must be from Scotland as they make the best. Walkers is a good brand but there is a store here that has a private label version that is even better.

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Posted by SeeYou190 on Friday, July 10, 2020 12:06 PM

CNCharlie
Kevin, you got some great photos on your recent trip. It must have been strange being virtually alone at those museums.

 

Thank you. I have a lot more to share. I will post a little each day.

I loved this building in Michigan. Unfortunately it was surrounded by ugly buildngs, so I had to crop the photo a bit more than I would have liked.

It was strange to see Christmas Trees growing in front yards in Michigan.

-Kevin

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Posted by gmpullman on Friday, July 10, 2020 12:13 PM

Speaking of museums, how'd you like to wander round this collection?

I love the British phraseology you get from these films,

"Piston-packing, infernal machine" — "Whirling rags look like Christmas trees on the roundabout" — " "It leaves that trench clean as a guard's whistle".

Lots of neat stuff in this little episode. Enjoy!

 

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Posted by York1 on Friday, July 10, 2020 2:57 PM

SeeYou190
It was strange to see Christmas Trees growing in front yards in Michigan.

 

That's funny!   We get so used to spruce trees that we don't notice them.

When my daughter worked at the Omaha College World Series, she had to laugh when fans from LSU asked why there were Christmas trees past parts of the outfield fence.

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Posted by Lastspikemike on Friday, July 10, 2020 2:59 PM

Even stranger in oil country....

 

(for those unfamiliar with the industry jargon: 

 https://alchetron.com/Christmas-tree-(oil-well)

 

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Posted by BigDaddy on Friday, July 10, 2020 5:55 PM

I always wanted one of these

My first bike was a Honda 360.  All my pics are packed away.  I regret I did not have a dirt bike nor do off road riding.

First car was a VW Squareback, the first SUV and VW should have marketed it as such.

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Posted by cudaken on Friday, July 10, 2020 6:12 PM

 Eveing Dinners

 Flo, thanks for unlocking the door for me and letting me in! Give the gang and I a Beer please and Dirk a dog treat.

 Locked Out. Read the comment's about what you folks did to get in the dinner, and it worked!

 Dirk Pip is doing fine again, no more limping. I think it was Charlie that asked.

 Brent I had a 1977 CB 750 and it was a good bike. I all so had a seat orament, but I would get band if I posted the photo. She thought it would be a good idea to ride in, well lets just say Birthday Suite? Whistling Oh to be young and dumb again! Big Smile

 Train Front I had not ran a train for 6 days, I must be sick. Well, I was having problems with the B line with the Mighty B&O F7's. One of the engine was stalling on the rear section of the layout. It is a A B A consit and dragging 35 cars. I finally got all the cars back through the team track and cleaned the wheels of the F7's.

 This was the first time this year I had to clean wheels! I swear by using ATF on the rails!

 Weather is giving us a break so Sue, Dirk and I will sit outside.

 Later, Ken and Dirk says Woof, Woof!

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Posted by York1 on Friday, July 10, 2020 6:43 PM

Ken, glad Dirk is better.  I thought of you today.  Our dog Daisy has been chewing her foot.  I looked online and read several reasons.  One was nervousness, and one was a sore of some kind.  I can't see any obvious sore.  We'll watch her.

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Posted by gmpullman on Friday, July 10, 2020 7:03 PM

Glad you're back, Ken and also glad to hear Mr. Pipp is doing better Yes

I ran trains for the first time in over a month today. Finally, some rain is passing through and I had a young visitor named Matt see the layout for the first time. He had a good time and four hours blew by in a matter of moments!

Here is another one of my favorite LM&S films:

Take a look at Smitty at 4:50! He's happy swinging that sledge all day — and those guys counterbalancing the hot steel (5:35) Is their job title "dead weight"?

"Here's to you number 6207! Good luck and good running"!

Cheers, Ed

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Posted by SeeYou190 on Friday, July 10, 2020 7:24 PM

An overdue update on the garage work:

This is the corner where the hot water heater mounts. The green pipe is the vent for the paint booth. The silver vent line is for the dryer, and the bright green hose is for air tools.

I made this manifold to connect the air compressor to everywhere compressed air is needed. The capped line pointing up will evetually go into the train room.

Here the hot water heater has been installed, and the antique workbench is in its assigned location.

This is the finished picture of that corner. It ended up very cramped, but everything fit and is functional. My paint booth is finally in its permanent loaction.

The new sink is installed. I did not have a sink in the garage before, and this is a nice addition. I really could have used it when I was building the layout test segment.

With all this updating I went to cleaning the toolbox. It has not been cleaned in over ten years. The paint is oxidizing badly, and I took the ink off of al lot of the stickers, but it is still looking much better.

This is the wall with most of everything where it goes. The new garage door opener is on the workbench. That is going to be interesting to install.

This is a good view of half of the garage. Hard to believe I used to have a Red Convertable Mustang and an eight foot long layout segment in this space.

My wife and I are very happy to finally have a washer and dryer in the house again. No more trips to the laundromat!

 

The other side is done also, but all the lumber for the interior work is stacked up there now.

-Kevin

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Posted by gmpullman on Friday, July 10, 2020 8:13 PM

SeeYou190
The new sink is installed. I did not have a sink in the garage before, and this is a nice addition.

I see it is an E. L. Mustee from Cleveland, Ohio YesSmile

I've had a double one like it for years. Sure beats the old 400 lb. concrete ones!

Regards, Ed

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Posted by herrinchoker on Friday, July 10, 2020 10:37 PM

The Devel Sixteen, a custom built vehicle, has a 5,007 HP. engine, and will do just over 300 MPH. A woman in Italy was caught going through a photo traffic light at a speed of 437 MPH, in a Ford Focus----always knew Fords were strong runners, but damn.!

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Posted by SeeYou190 on Friday, July 10, 2020 11:09 PM

gmpullman
I see it is an E. L. Mustee from Cleveland, Ohio 

Just to make it better... I bought it at Menard's in Ohio and brought it back with me!

I spent over $1,500.00 in Menard's a few days ago.

The garage door opener is installed and works perfectly.

-Kevin

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Posted by Tinplate Toddler on Saturday, July 11, 2020 12:57 AM

Good Morning!

Sunday - the day I have my (cyber) breakfast of eggs, bacon, pancakes, buttered toast, jams, OJ and plenty of coffee! Actually I have been reducing my food intake by about a third each meal for a week now and I lost two pounds this way. Petra makes sure I still get all what I need in terms of nutrients and vitamins. I shall continue with this non-diet untill I have lost 25 lbs.

The day started out with all 4 seasons in just one hour. Now it´s back to being sunny, but rather cool again.

I found some all footage on the Fort William to Mallaig line for you to enjoy.

Railway Roundabout was a series in the 1950s produced for the then young British television, which was very well received my the trainspotter generation, which, armed with the trainspotter´s guide, populated the stations platform and overpasses.  Long gone are these days!

Happy times!

Ulrich (aka The Tin Man)

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Posted by hon30critter on Saturday, July 11, 2020 2:11 AM

SeeYou190
They have a few inspection holes cut into the carbody, and the diagonal supports are completely rusted away.

I had an MGB like that once. I managed to get 10 years out of it, but my repair methods would have been frowned upon by any decent repair shop!!Smile, Wink & GrinLaughLaughCowboy

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Posted by Track fiddler on Saturday, July 11, 2020 6:57 AM

Good morning

Cloudy and storms today, a good day for modeling.

Ulrich,  I never knew why Honda made a 50 in option to a 70.  Now I know.  I do believe they made a 100 in later years.  I can't remember if that was the bike though.  My grandfather got my 70 for me when I was 11.

Henry,  Sorry you never got yours.  It's never too late though.  I have a mountain bike these days and still enjoy riding the trails.  I bought a really nice one a few years back that has adjustable front and rear suspension.  I don't get as Rad as I used to because of my knee but I still really enjoy it.

Kevin,  The man cave looks great.  It looks like you did a really good job on the tile and the plumbing.  By the look of the tool cabinets it looks like you have enough tools to do anything you need to doYes

 

Went to visit my buddy Erv all day yesterday.  Sprucing up the work truck this year.  Last time I was out there I cut the rust out around the rear wheels and installed the new metal wheel lips on the quarter panels.

I developed my own truck auto body system.  I rivet in metal on the rocker panel holes and schmooze over OSI urethane.  The same day after it skins over you can put the Rhino liner on.  Last time I did this it lasted about four years and it only takes 3-4 hours to do.  It's just a work truck but I don't like to look like Sanford and Son coming up to the job.

Yesterday we removed the old bumper and put the new one on.  I am never driving in uptown again.  The traffic is thick and crazy there.  Last fall this lady cut me short and slammed on her brakes to make a right turn.  She must have been drinking or did not have any insurance because she wasn't really worried about the damage.  She was very nervous and just wanted to get the heck out of there.

We got the engine running and mounted and the seat put on the go-kart.  I would guess that thing does at least 40 miles an hour.  We don't have the brakes on yet and it's a little crazy using the curb to slow down on our test runsWhistling

One test run a piece was plenty,  I'm not doing another one till we get the brakes on.

 

Have a great day everyone

 

 

TF

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