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Featured Again on the "A Modelers Life" Podcast!

Written by Conductor

I recently had a second opportunity to be interviewed on the "A Modeler's Life" podcast - this time along with fellow modeler Mike Deverell.  The focus of this interview was specifically around the concepts, thoughts and planning processes involved with constructing a large layout inside a separate building constructed specifically as layout space.  As many visitors to this site are aware, I'm presently constructing a large Reading layout in a 20x36 pole building that I built in 2012 at my home in Robesonia, PA.

As I've mentioned before, the "A Modeler's Life" podcast is well worth a listen.  Check out their webpage here, and look for the podcast on iTunes!  You can also visit their Facebook page here!


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Did You Know?

July, 1947
The new Lebanon Valley Branch bridge over the Schuylkill River at Reading, PA is completed, featuring the large "READING LINES" letting.


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Operations Paperwork

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