The forum can handle the following: pdf, png, jpg & gif. Jpg is by far the most common file we get though, correct.Hi All
JPEG is the standard for posting pix - right? What about the physical size? Do you want 1024x768 -or- is there a max size to hit?
"as simple as select and post." That is exactly our intent. Make it very easy for everyone. Select and post, drag and drop or even copy and paste. You used to have to resize them, then select the files, and then click upload. Not any more, it does all that for you. though if you have a slow connection you may have to wait a moment for the upload to finish before you can post. But it initiates the upload automatically.I believe the forum software will handle the sizing of any photos you post. The older software had you resize photos if they were too big. Now, everything seems to be as simple as select and post. I'm by no means what you would call computer literate and I have managed to get by.
You are correct. After years of studies and public comments and Corps of Engineers review and approval, the bridge has finally been given final approval. Construction on the approaches stated last fall, and work on the actual bridge structure started last month.Went by long bridge in Sandpoint day before yesterday and spied barges sitting on the East side which makes me think that we will have double-track across the lake too. We are currently seeing 50ish trains a day now through Libby. Time will tell.
You never know who you will meet along Sunset Ave. above MP 18. I have run into railfans from all over the world and one member from Florida.Bill: met you years ago down at MP18!
Have you tried to upload any more photos? Wondering if you just got busy or if you're still seeing the issue?Working on those pix. Found that I needed to setup the shop portion of the train cave as I do not want to move stuff down for building RR; except for one chop saw. There is a mess as we piled everything on the floor upstairs making room downstairs. Now I need to clear floor space. Currently building tables with shelves for the various power equipment: Chop, Scroll, Band and table saws; routers and such. Fun Fun!
I also was in Wallace when they moved the station. Unfortunately, no camera in hand when that happened! Quite the move. At that time I was living in Spokane and Wallace was one of our party spots! Ya, well back when I was young and dumb.
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