Mon, 27 March 2017
Wayne Mollohan wondered if we were ever gonna release his Kelly Questions… We just did !! It’s been almost a year since he went under the microscope of the ”Questions” and we were sure they’d gone bad but when we opened the box they’d gotten even better !!
A Rhode Island resident and a great supporter of his local club the Providence Northern you can find them here: http://www.providencenorthern.com/
Thanks Wayne for being a good sport… Enjoy !!
Mon, 20 March 2017
Ever wonder what it’s like to be a great saxophone player, a movie house projectionist and a signal engineer with the Union Switch & Signal Company?
We did too, so after searching high and low we found just the guy living on Long Island in Wading River, New York.
Dave’s career in signaling began after correctly identifying a crescent wrench, and several years of working for the New York Transit Authority lead to his present career designing signal systems.
He models the Long Island Railroad, loves volleyball and some day hopes for world peace. There’s lots to take in so listen carefully as Dave takes on an epic journey of his life. Enjoy!!
Tue, 14 March 2017
A quick preview of whats available over in the Patreon site which requires a minimum of $2 bucks to listen.
Mon, 13 March 2017
So you’ve just realized you can’t say the letter “P” without separating your lips… And you embarrassed because you just tried it.
Convinced fish are just aliens from outer space. Wish you hadn’t used your CA glue to keep your hair in place on date night??
Well fear not chaps and chapettes, ViewerMail is here once again to make all those problems seem like a blessing after wasting your time listening to three of the most confusing people on the planet.
So sit back with a big bowl road salt, a greasy class of warm bacon fat and enjoy !!
Mon, 6 March 2017
We here at the ole’ AML Network are huge fans of todays millennial railfans and model railroaders like Nick Ozorak. He has a great podcast called the “the Roundhouse” and was gracious enough to spend some time with us.
Being raised on a steady diet of Canadian railroad equipment, O-scale trains and the weekends spent visiting tourist railroads with his father made him the railfan he is today.
Nick’s podcast is full of adventures from across the railroad community, presented in the most entertaining and professional manner possible.
Thu, 2 March 2017
RSS… Really Simple Syndication… I didn’t know that !!
So who do you call when you need to know stuff?? Apparently Chris Atkins, the star of Episode 23. Chris is here to help us understand life and other stuff.
He’ll also gives us an update on his layout, traveling around the country to different operating sessions and everything you need to know about moving a helix.
Turns out there’s no angry way to say bubbles.