What’s here?

“What’s here” – this page is a chronological listing of currently available pages and posts with a clickable link to open each page or topic on another page/screen in another browser window.

Please contact us if you find the clickable link does not work, or connects you to a different topic or post.

Couplers – Maine Two Foot prototype and models. Click here to view on another page

We are four, ……… with 4000 revisions!  The 4th Anniversary posting. Click here to view on another page.

Maine Industries in the Two Foot Era (1880 – 1940) – some resources by Tom Hoermann. Click here to view on another page.

the password is drink – a message for our followers. Click here to view on another page.

Maine On2 layouts – Peter Barney’s SR&RL. Click here to view on another page.

Top Posts for 2016. Click here to view on another page.

Track standards – parallel track spacing for Maine On2. Click here to view on another page.

Herman Mitchell and Mitchell Scale Models. Click here to view on another page.

Robert Sloan, Decals and Etchings, 1973 -1985. Click here to view on another page.

LeeTown Model Service, Inc., an early supplier. Click here to view on another page.

Scale Railway Equipment Company – an early supplier from the 1960’s. Click here to view on another page.

Photo setup 1 – a simple plain background. Click here to view on another page.

The Redington Pond Van – a temporary post. Click here to view on another page.

Narrow Gauge Specialties, an early supplier, 1971 – 1974?. Click here to view on another page.

Maine On2 layouts – Ric Collin’s Phillips and Rangeley, circa 1914 – 1918. Click here to view on another page.

Ric’s Etchings – an early supplier, 1972-1982. Click here to view on another page.

Slim Gauge Productions – an early kit manufacturer, 1970-1978. Click here to view on another page.

Custom Brass- SR&RL Boxcar #67 kit. Click here to view on another page.

Custom Brass- SR&RL Turntable kit. Click here to view on another page.

Track Gauges – On2. Click here to view on another page.

The Beeches Light Railway Carrabasset Parlor car.  Click here to view on another page.

On2 Mounted Wheel Standards. Click here to view on another page.

Yikes! …..we are three!, third anniversary post, click here to view on another page.

Maine On2 layouts – Bob Harper’s Franklin module. Click here to view on another page.

The Bridgton News available to view online.  Click here to view on another page.

Maine On2 layouts – Bob Harper’s Megantic module. Click here to view on another page.

Madruga Models. Click here to view on another page.

Library of Congress – Vintage Aerial views. Click here to view on another page.

Top Posts for 2015. Click here to view on another page.

2016 National Narrow Gauge Convention. Click here to view on another page.

Dwight Smith’s 1940 visit to Bridgton. Click here to view on another page.

50 Years of the Gazette? – on disc. Click here to view on another page.

Town Models – Click here to view on another page

Colorized Maine Two Foot Postcards – a link to another blog displaying these colour postcards. Click here to view on another page.

Precision Scale Flex track. A new post showing details and dimensions of this track. Click here to view on another page.

……. reaching a major milestone, 50000 viewings. Click here to view on another page

Track Schematics – the Wiscasset line; click here to view on another page

Track Schematics – the Bridgton line; click here to view on another page

Track Schematics – The Kennebec Central; click here to view on another page

Track Schematics – the Monson; click here to view on another page

Tin roofs and colour schemes; click here to view on another page

We are two!; click here to view on another page

Structure Colours – “modern” examples; click here to view on another page

A new blog worth a visit…or two …or more; click here to view on another page

Editorial note 08-02-2015, “Password Protected”; click here to view on another page

Maine On2 layouts – Scenery Extra – Bill Kerr and the Calgary Monday night crew do scenery; click here to view on another page

Top posts for 2014; click here to view on another page

The Forney Co. F&M #1 locomotive; click here to view on another page

Portland Products – SR#1 locomotive; click here to view on another page

Chuck Collins Prototype locomotive information; click here to view on another page

Prototype Information: the SR&RL locomotives; click here to view on another page

Prototype Information: the Eustis locomotives; click here to view on another page

Prototype Information: the P&R locomotives; click here to view on another page

Prototype Information: the SR locomotives; click here to view on another page

Prototype Information: the F&M locomotives; click here to view on another page

Prototype Information: the B&B locomotives; click here to view on another page

Prototype Information: the Monson locomotives; click here to view on another page

Prototype Information: the Monson locomotives; click here to view on another page

Prototype Information: the Kennebec Central locomotives; click here to view on another page

Prototype Information: the Bridgton locomotives; click here to view on another page

Prototype Information: the Wiscasset locomotives; click here to view on another page

Maine Two foot layout plans on Marty McGuirk’s blog; click here to view on another page

Trevor’s full size Maine Water Crane; click here to view on another page

SRCS O scale kits list – a Work In Progress; click here to view on another page

Ron King’s SR&RL Layout; click here to view on another page

We are one!; click here to view on another page

Want bigger pictures?; click here to view on another page

“…with a little Yankee Ingenuity…” or Portland Products Parts; click here to view on another page

Top posts for 2013; click here to view on another page

Couplers: On2 models.; click here to view on another page

Passenger car models; painting and lettering; click here to view on another page

Passenger car models availability by prototype roadnames;- SR&RL; click here to view on another page

Passenger car models availability by prototype roadnames;- P&R; click here to view on another page

Passenger car models availability by prototype roadnames;- F&M; click here to view on another page

Passenger car models availability by prototype roadnames;- SRRR; click here to view on another page

Passenger car models availability by prototype roadnames;- B&B; click here to view on another page

Passenger car models availability by prototype roadnames;- W&Q and WW&FR; click here to view on another page

Passenger car models availability by prototype roadnames;- Monson; click here to view on another page

Passenger car models availability by prototype roadnames;- Kennebec Central; click here to view on another page

Passenger car models availability by prototype roadnames;- B&SR/B&HR; click here to view on another page

More interesting websites – locomotive suspension and performance; click here to view on another page

Brakes; click here to view on another page

Two Foot Gauge Hinkley Locomotive data; click here to view on another page

Railcar and railbus models available; click here to view on another page

Locomotive models available by prototype roadname; Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington; click here to view on another page

Locomotive models available by prototype roadname; Wiscasset & Quebec; click here to view on another page

Locomotive models available by prototype roadname; Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes; click here to view on another page

Locomotive models available by prototype roadname; Sandy River Rail Road; click here to view on another page

Locomotive models available by prototype roadname; P&R; click here to view on another page

Locomotive models available by prototype roadname; Monson; click here to view on another page

Locomotive models available by prototype roadname; Kennebec Central; click here to view on another page

Locomotive models available by prototype roadname; F&M; click here to view on another page

Locomotive models available by prototype roadname; Eustis; click here to view on another page

Locomotive models available by prototype roadname; B&SR/B&HR; click here to view on another page

Locomotive models available by prototype roadname; B&B; click here to view on another page

Locomotive painting; click here to view on another page

SR&RL locomotive re-numberings; click here to view on another page

SRRR; Historic list of plans; click here to view on another page

P&R; Historic list of plans; click here to view on another page

F&M; Historic list of plans; click here to view on another page

B&B; Historic list of plans; click here to view on another page

WW&FR; Historic list of plans; click here to view on another page

SR&RL; Historic list of plans; click here to view on another page

Monson; Historic list of plans; click here to view on another page

Kennebec Central; Historic list of plans; click here to view on another page

B&SR/B&HR; Historic list of plans; click here to view on another page

About these FAQ’s; click here to view on another page

Some additional resources; click here to view on another page

The Maine Two Footers – how big? (or small); click here to view on another page

Coupler offsets and angular mis-alignments on curves; click here to view on another page

Minimum radius and big Forneys – On30 version; click here to view on another page

Minimum radius, big Forneys and tight gauges, – some numbers!; click here to view on another page

Locomotive model minimum radius; click here to view on another page

What’s new?; click here to view on another page

Yahoo! groups and Neo; click here to view on another page

The Book list – Part 9 – Miscellaneous; click here to view on another page

The Book list – Part 8 – The Compendia; click here to view on another page

The Book list – Part 7 – The W&Q/WW&FR; click here to view on another page

The Book list – Part 6 – The SR&RL; click here to view on another page

The Book list – Part 5 – The Monson; click here to view on another page

The Book list – Part 4 – The Kennebec Central; click here to view on another page

The Book list – Part 3 – Edaville; click here to view on another page

The Book list – Part 2 – The B&SR/B&H; click here to view on another page

The Book list – Part 1- The B&B; click here to view on another page

A Maine Two Foot Treasure Trove; click here to view on another page

Prototype Structure – Kennebec Central Retaining Wall; click here to view on another page

Prototype buildings – flag stop station interiors; click here to view on another page

Prototype colour schemes – Buildings, WW&FR; click here to view on another page

Prototype colour schemes – SR&RL Buildings after 1911 ; click here to view on another page

Prototype lineside detail – Strong Semaphore ; click here to view on another page

Prototype lineside detail – Strong ball signal ; click here to view on another page

What is “On2″?; click here to view on another page

What are “the Maine Two Footers”? ; click here to view on another page

Model trackwork, grades…..!; click here to view on another page

Bridgton Tank Cars; click here to view on another page

Custom Brass – SR&RL Passenger Cars, Baggage #8; click here to view on another page

Portland Products – the second domestic manufacturer; click here to view on another page

The Car Works – the second Importer; click here to view on another page

Fast Tracks jig built turnouts etc.; click here to view on another page

Putnam & Stowe – the first domestic manufacturer; click here to view on another page

Custom Brass – the first Importer; click here to view on another page

Custom Brass – SR&RL Caboose #551; click here to view on another page

Right of Way, trackwork, rail; click here to view on another page

Right of Way, trackwork, ties and ballast; click here to view on another page

Right of Way, prototype, switches; click here to view on another page

Custom Brass – SR&RL Caboose #556; click here to view on another page

Maine On2 layouts – Trevor Marshall’s Somerset & Piscataquis Counties RR; click here to view on another page

Doug MacLeod’s LR&HS “James Wyman”; click here to view on another page

What’s your ***** loco? – part 5; click here to view on another page

What’s your ***** loco? – part 4; click here to view on another page

What’s your ***** loco? – part 3; click here to view on another page

What’s your ***** loco? – part 2; click here to view on another page

What’s your ***** loco? – part 1; click here to view on another page

Maine On2 layouts – Al Churella’s Bridgton, Me.; click here to view on another page

Comparison of boxcars, On2 cf On30; click here to view on another page

Tom Werb’s SR&RL models; click here to view on another page

Chester Louis’s Hinkley re-build; click here to view on another page

Maine On2 Layouts – Bob Brown’s Wiscasset dock; click here to view on another page

Maine On2 layouts – Bill Kerr’s SR&RL; click here to view on another page

Custom Brass – SR&RL locomotives #20, #21 & #22; click here to view on another page

The Car Works – SR&RL Railbus #5; click here to view on another page

The Car Works – SR&RL Railbus #4 (late); click here to view on another page

David Provan – SR&RL Railbus #4 (early); click here to view on another page

Train & Trooper – SR&RL Railcar #2; click here to view on another page

The Car Works – SR&RL locomotive #9; click here to view on another page

The Car Works – SR&RL locomotive #8; click here to view on another page

Neil Sayer – SR&RL locomotive #19; click here to view on another page

Custom Brass – SR&RL Passenger Cars, Coach 19/20; click here to view on another page

Putnam & Stowe – Sandy River locomotive #1; click here to view on another page

Putnam & Stowe – Sandy River locomotive #2; click here to view on another page

Portland Products – F&M locomotive #1; click here to view on another page

Custom Brass – SR&RL Passenger Cars, Combine  15; click here to view on another page

The Car Works – SR&RL Passenger Cars, Parlor Car 9; click here to view on another page

The Car Works – SR&RL Passenger Cars, Coach 21/22; click here to view on another page

The Car Works – SR&RL Passenger Cars, Coach 17/18; click here to view on another page

The Car Works – SR&RL locomotive #23; click here to view on another page

Custom Brass – SR&RL locomotive #24; click here to view on another page

Custom Brass – SR&RL locomotive #18; click here to view on another page

Custom Brass – SR&RL locomotive #16 ; click here to view on another page

The Car Works – SR&RL locomotive #10; click here to view on another page

Custom Brass – SR&RL locomotive #6; click here to view on another page

The Car Works – WW&FR locomotive #7; click here to view on another page

The Car Works – BS&R locomotive #6; click here to view on another page

The Car Works – BS&R locomotive #8; click here to view on another page

The Car Works – BS&R locomotive #7; click here to view on another page

The Car Works – B&SR passenger equipment; click here to view on another page

First time here?; click here to view on another page

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