Originally posted on the Old DasBlog – Monday, April 15, 2013
Every now and then I run across some sites that I find really interesting, for one reason or another.
This week I found the following sites that might be of interest to you too:
- Ever wondered what moved the stuff your railcars delivered?
- Take a look at the following site for more information:http://www.ktron.com/industries_served/Food/index.cfm
- There are videos, and lots of information on how stuff moves about and to what. Lots of information for the modeller to apply
- With an English bent here is another site I found with lots of descriptions of industries on the UK’s side of the pond:
On the modelling side of the house:
- I found a new product called “ELECTRIC AVENUE”. Touted as “THE WORLD’S FINEST STREET TRACK SYSTEM FOR MODEL TROLLEYS AND TRAMS”. Their CAPS not mine, but in looking at the webpage it does look really nice and maybe something for a future small exhibition layout that I am looking at, for 2014 with some street running
There is one last link I want to share:
The Columbia Industrial park, in Vancouver WA, USA. Take a look around there is a lot of cool stuff in here. CHeck for the Centre cab and the Plymouth that you’ll find on Bing.
- Either search for: 45.614381 N 122.630261 W on bing.com/maps, or
- Go here: http://www.bing.com/maps/default.aspx?q=45.614381+N+122.630261+W&mkt=en&FORM=HDRSC4 and take a look around.
Well, that’s about it for today.
Hope you enjoy the links