Found a really cool paper model trains web

Elliott

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Most, if not all, models are of Japanese oeverhead wire system. Simple box trains and cars with build up sleds on top, also a few buildings and such; nothing hard enough to require instructions. If you get stuck on a particular model a quick Google should provide more than enough info to answer any questions. Enough models here to keep you going for a long time!
 

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link doesn't work; even the ISP appears to be gone. Anyone know the the site is somewhere else?

have fun SwampDaddy
 

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link doesn't work; even the ISP appears to be gone. Anyone know the the site is somewhere else?

have fun SwampDaddy
This is a very old thread. So it is understandable that the website is dead as well.
I am going to close this thread.
 

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FYI: I have checked the Wayback machine. Unfortunately only the text of the pages was saved but not the plans. They are gone, folks! :(

P.S.: If anyone re-locates them please start a new thread to alert us. Thank you! :)
 

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I have the Disney Mono-Rail, in the "Resource" section I thought would be neat to motorize. It should still be there? :)