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    Hello from Queensland, Australia!!

    Hi There!! My name is Cory and I have finally joined after some nagging from my partner in crime (Mitch AKA SunsetLimited) I am an avid train lover, and collect & model N Scale based around the mid to late 1950's midwest America. My railroads include AT&SF, N&W, UP, CB&Q & SP I currently am...
  2. Breor47

    Salutations from Maine

    Hello all. I'm a modeler of N and HO scales with just a couple years of experience. Being that I'm quite young, especially as model railroaders go, I suspect that I'll be learning rather than teaching on these forums. The reason I joined is that I may have an opportunity to start anew with my...
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    Hello from Tindomerel

    I just want to introduce myself. I live in the Bronx, a borough of New York City. I am a retired lady who has plenty of time on her hands and likes creative projects. I don't work at model railroads but I do need to do some scenery work for future projects such as a dinosaur diorama and a...
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    Hi from Flagstaff, AZ

    Just joined the forum. I have N scale equip (5 locos with decoders and 5 cars). And can use up to 3' on two walls of a bedroom and the closet. Want to come up with a track plan using Kato Unitrack. Want to learn about Operations and How to build up a modern pool of cars like the ones that...
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    Hello from RDG-LV-CNJ in Chicagoland

    Just joined this group. Hi folks! I have lots of HO/DC, some O-scale/DCC and a few O-gauge/3-rl locomotives and rolling stock from many of the Eastern lines. I used to be a member of ARHS and RT&HS. I so want to visit Hamburg, PA x-Reading RR shops but plans to purchase a new house in 2011 delay...



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