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 Posted: Wed Nov 23rd, 2016 04:18 am
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Welcome Phil,no strangers here,just friendly modellers:2t:.Ask any questions,you get intelligent answers(well most times)........cheers Peter.



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 Posted: Wed Nov 23rd, 2016 04:34 am
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If you have an odd gauge in mind and an odder sense of humor, you'll love it here, I'd bet.
Of the numerous model train forums I've been on, this is my favorite. Not a lot of trolls hanging around here that I've noticed.
And a LOT of excellent modeling work being shown, too.



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 Posted: Wed Nov 23rd, 2016 05:54 am
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Hi Phil :wave:

Watch out for the :moose: on the loose !!
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WELCOME :bg: !

:moose:

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 Posted: Wed Nov 23rd, 2016 06:35 am
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Ian Holmes is a name I know too!  Got the chance to see his St. Cloud switching layout (built in a week, if I remember).  Everyone was watching the train do it's work on the little layout, probably because it was different from all the roundy-roundy show layouts people were used to.  Wonder what he's up to these days, lost track of his blogs.

--James



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 Posted: Wed Nov 23rd, 2016 06:51 pm
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jtrain wrote:
Ian Holmes is a name I know too!  Got the chance to see his St. Cloud switching layout (built in a week, if I remember).  Everyone was watching the train do it's work on the little layout, probably because it was different from all the roundy-roundy show layouts people were used to.  Wonder what he's up to these days, lost track of his blogs.

--James

Ians website is still up last time I looked. I see his name on The Gnatterbox for Gn15 modellers and RMweb, both 🇬🇧 based I believe. Think I've seen his byline here too but I read so many forums it's hard to keep track!



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