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Welcome S Friends!

June 19th, 2009 · 2 Comments

MyFlyerTrains.org welcomes a number of new “S Friends”, who have migrated their photo albums from s-scale.org. Paul Yorke, who has generously hosted train photos there for many years, has decided to close down his photo albums. If you are currently hosting your photos at s-scale.org, you have only to email me and request that your albums be transferred here. I will transfer your photos, and email you a password to your new site. It is that easy!

I would also like to point out that the photo hosting services of MyFlyerTrains.org are always free, and there are no limits to the size and quantity of train related photos that may be uploaded. Also you can rest easy, as I back up the photo albums on a regular basis.

I invite reader of this site to click on “Albums” in the above menu bar, and explore the many new albums of train photos.

Chuck

Tags: Main Line

2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 TedCanFly // Jun 27, 2009 at 12:01 am

    Hi,
    New guy here. Out of necessity I found this group and have thoroughly enjoyed reading all the archives and viewing all of the great pictures of Gilbert’s All Aboard panel sets.
    Now for my question…I have my Champion set set up and have taken off the pikemaster track and I have tried to apply S-Helper flex track to the panels. Help. The curve puts alot of stress on the flex track and the track seems impossible to secure to the panel. What would be the best way to do this job. Thanks before hand from all and any help I can get. Ted in Canada

  • 2 sanetsa // Jan 23, 2010 at 6:10 am

    Thanks for an excellent site on the internet.Living in South Africa on a farm and miles away from a large town and no contact with other collectors,you cannot imagine how much I enjoy it.My A.F.trains run on 220/250 volts so all my transformers are american flyer 220/250 volts.The most common transformers in our country are the no. 8B but I also use 3 no. 16B-EX transformers on my layout.Regards Tom Wiersma.

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