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Title: Acela Trains Website Moving
Post by: D.Harrison on February 07, 2007, 10:56:19 AM
The ACELA HOMEPAGE has moved and the new site is under construction.  Use this URL to keep in touch with the new ACELA EXPRESS, The Need For Speed
http://web.mac.com/msibnsf/iWeb/Acela_Express_The_Need_For_Speed (http://web.mac.com/msibnsf/iWeb/Acela_Express_The_Need_For_Speed)
David Harrison


Title: Re: Acela Trains Website Moving
Post by: Hoople on February 07, 2007, 11:48:29 AM
I can't for the new site. I like your acela layout.


Title: Re: Acela Trains Website Moving
Post by: the Bach-man on February 07, 2007, 10:57:48 PM
Hey, Dave!
Hurry up, willya?
Heh, heh, heh...
Great to see you and Kyle at Springfield!
When are you going to stop at the Bach-cave on your way home?
the Bach-man


Title: Re: Acela Trains Website Moving
Post by: D.Harrison on February 08, 2007, 11:05:53 AM
Hurry-up...I'm peddlin' as fast as my tricycle can go...

Can you update my links URL??  Use this newest one

http://web.mac.com/msibnsf/iWeb/Acela_Express_The_Need_For_Speed

Long, isn't it!  I've already updated the general and HO posts.

This last trip to West Springfield came the closest...I dropped Kyle off in White Plaines, which is how far away from the BatCave, LOL.  Philly called and explained about our missing brochures.  I'll use them at the National in Detroit.

Dave


Title: Re: Acela Trains Website Moving
Post by: Hoople on February 08, 2007, 11:41:20 AM
How do you carry the layout on a tricicle...


Title: Re: Acela Trains Website Moving
Post by: D.Harrison on February 08, 2007, 04:24:08 PM
It was written......"How do you carry the layout on a tricicle..."

Easy, the layout is already in a triangular shape, so adding three sets of training wheels was a piece of cake...actually three slices of cake.  Then pull the whole assembly with the tricycle.

Actually it travels in its own 14 ft ex-Penske yellow truck which also is the storage in the back yard.  Trains don't want to run after sitting out all week in zero below temperatures.  When I did displays in Amtrak stations...the layout travelled in its flight cases aboard baggage cars.


David Harrison
http://web.mac.com/msibnsf/iWeb/Acela_Express_The_Need_For_Speed (http://web.mac.com/msibnsf/iWeb/Acela_Express_The_Need_For_Speed)


Title: Re: Acela Trains Website Moving
Post by: Hoople on February 09, 2007, 12:45:29 AM
It was written......"How do you carry the layout on a tricicle..."

Easy, the layout is already in a triangular shape, so adding three sets of training wheels was a piece of cake...actually three slices of cake.  Then pull the whole assembly with the tricycle.

Actually it travels in its own 14 ft ex-Penske yellow truck which also is the storage in the back yard.  Trains don't want to run after sitting out all week in zero below temperatures.  When I did displays in Amtrak stations...the layout travelled in its flight cases aboard baggage cars.


David Harrison
http://web.mac.com/msibnsf/iWeb/Acela_Express_The_Need_For_Speed (http://web.mac.com/msibnsf/iWeb/Acela_Express_The_Need_For_Speed)

Nice.