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 Posted: Sun Mar 15th, 2015 08:00 am
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George W
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I just wanted to say a few quick words ...

I've been one kind of hobbiest or another for a long time, but I just recently got re interested in trains.

And Free Rails has been awesome, I read it all the time, the new stuff, the old stuff, all the pictures, it's all so great.

And the PEOPLE, well lots of people have been encouraging, helpful and massively inspiring.

So, from a newbie ... thanks everyone.



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 Posted: Mon Mar 16th, 2015 01:19 am
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Herb Kephart
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George

We are glad to have any member that has an active interest in scale model railroading.

All of us old guys had someone that helped us in the past--now it's payback time.

Sometimes forums get off topic with a little banter--but I let it go (hell, I usually join right in)--not running a prison camp here.

So, both from the standpoint of your membership, and for your thank you,

YOU"RE WELCOME, GEORGE


ps--like your ''tag line''



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 Posted: Mon Mar 16th, 2015 07:18 am
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My tag line came straight from the first few attempts at mocking up my layout. Though I have been saying it for many years of trial and error on most of my projects.



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 Posted: Mon Mar 16th, 2015 08:42 pm
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Hi George.

Nice sediments.


Yer ahead of me dude...

...yer got a train running !


A sunglass-stapled Californian...

...talking to a ceeegar smoking Pennsylvanian dog !

I'm stickin' around to see what's next !!!


All the best.

Cheers.

Si.



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 Posted: Tue Mar 17th, 2015 02:56 am
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Howdy George...I agree, this is THE place! There's a little town not far from Dallas (Milford) which has a cool sign that sort of belongs here..."Welcome to Milford-home of 345 nice folks and 2 or 3 old grouches!"... Thanks for the nice words, stick around and have some fun.

Woodie



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 Posted: Tue Mar 17th, 2015 10:25 pm
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Yep George, this is "where it's at" when it comes to all kinds of trains! I've had a LOT of different hobbies and interests as well, and always come back to trains.

I've "played with trains" in every scale and gauge and started when I was about four years old. There must be something about it that keeps drawing me back...

Stumpy in Ahia USA:old dude:

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