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ANo10
Fireman



Posted - 01/06/2004 :  2:05:40 PM  Show Profile
If anyone has a source for modeling manufactures of mining or logging equipment, details, etc. would you please share your information?

Off the top of my head, I know that Walthers and Keystone offer some items.

Thanks,

Jim


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ANo10
Fireman



Posted - 01/06/2004 :  3:56:38 PM  Show Profile
Here's a few manufactures I found on the web. Will continue to search and post here.

Cache Creek Scale Models:http://www.loggingcars.com/ Old time free-lance logging and mining cars (R-T-R)

Canyon Creek Scenics: http://www.canyoncreekscenics.com/Models of various forest trees; single & double trunk, insect damaged trees, dead trees, burned trees, (mainly western style conifers).

JR Scale Models:http://www.muskoka.com/busmall/shards/jrmodels.html Current designs of modeler, John Rendall, Specializes in wooden backwoods buildings for Logging and Mining.

Musket Miniatures/Rustic Rails: http://www.muskoka.com/busmall/shards/jrmodels.html 1860ís to 1900ís Castings of people, animals and
details.

Western Scale Models: http://www.westernscalemodels.com/ Manufacture specializing in kits related to mining, machinery, and logging.




Edited by - ANo10 on 01/06/2004 4:08:42 PM

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ANo10
Fireman



Posted - 01/06/2004 :  3:56:38 PM  Show Profile
Here's a few manufactures I found on the web. Will continue to search and post here.

Cache Creek Scale Models:http://www.loggingcars.com/ Old time free-lance logging and mining cars (R-T-R)

Canyon Creek Scenics: http://www.canyoncreekscenics.com/Models of various forest trees; single & double trunk, insect damaged trees, dead trees, burned trees, (mainly western style conifers).

JR Scale Models:http://www.muskoka.com/busmall/shards/jrmodels.html Current designs of modeler, John Rendall, Specializes in wooden backwoods buildings for Logging and Mining.

Musket Miniatures/Rustic Rails: http://www.muskoka.com/busmall/shards/jrmodels.html 1860ís to 1900ís Castings of people, animals and
details.

Western Scale Models: http://www.westernscalemodels.com/ Manufacture specializing in kits related to mining, machinery, and logging.




Edited by - ANo10 on 01/06/2004 4:08:42 PM

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PaulD
Crew Chief



Posted - 06/05/2005 :  8:37:53 PM  Show Profile
Hey Jim,
It's been a while since you posted the URL for
Canyon Creek under Logging & Mining, I was wondering has anyone tried there Paints? They have a colour that sounds interesting
Canyon Creek Paint: Deadwood Gray - 1/2 fl. oz. bottle
could this be the new (should I say it) Driftwood??



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PaulD
Crew Chief



Posted - 06/05/2005 :  8:37:53 PM  Show Profile
Hey Jim,
It's been a while since you posted the URL for
Canyon Creek under Logging & Mining, I was wondering has anyone tried there Paints? They have a colour that sounds interesting
Canyon Creek Paint: Deadwood Gray - 1/2 fl. oz. bottle
could this be the new (should I say it) Driftwood??



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PAUL USED THE "D" WORD!!!!!!!!!!


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PAUL USED THE "D" WORD!!!!!!!!!!


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ANo10
Fireman



Posted - 06/05/2005 :  10:22:46 PM  Show Profile
Paul,

I just checked the website and noticed they are now advertising a "secure" site, and have a 2004 copyright. I have not ordered or tried any of their paints. If you order the Deadwood gray,let us know how it works.

Marc, maybe we should get Joe to put the "D" word on the "no-no" word list.

Jim



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ANo10
Fireman



Posted - 06/05/2005 :  10:22:46 PM  Show Profile
Paul,

I just checked the website and noticed they are now advertising a "secure" site, and have a 2004 copyright. I have not ordered or tried any of their paints. If you order the Deadwood gray,let us know how it works.

Marc, maybe we should get Joe to put the "D" word on the "no-no" word list.

Jim



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Stephen A.
New Hire

Posted - 06/23/2005 :  02:13:06 AM  Show Profile
I found a nice site the other day;
www.riograndemodels.com



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Stephen A.
New Hire

Posted - 06/23/2005 :  02:13:06 AM  Show Profile
I found a nice site the other day;
www.riograndemodels.com



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ANo10
Fireman



Posted - 06/23/2005 :  10:12:57 AM  Show Profile
Steven,

Thanks for the great website. Lots of unique items for HO, if only there was more On3 and On30 selections.

Jim



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ANo10
Fireman



Posted - 06/23/2005 :  10:12:57 AM  Show Profile
Steven,

Thanks for the great website. Lots of unique items for HO, if only there was more On3 and On30 selections.

Jim



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ANo10
Fireman



Posted - 06/25/2005 :  11:38:55 AM  Show Profile
I found another interesting logging site while searching for Big Wheels.

http://www.comstockcarshops.com/logging%20supply.htm

Jim



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ANo10
Fireman



Posted - 06/25/2005 :  11:38:55 AM  Show Profile
I found another interesting logging site while searching for Big Wheels.

http://www.comstockcarshops.com/logging%20supply.htm

Jim



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