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texon30

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thank you

A little abut myself.I have been an armchair model rail for most of my life,I am 55.But when Bachmann came out with the On30 Shay that was the straw that got me into really modelling.I asked on the net a simple question ie Who in the DFW area has one?Well that caused me to fall into a group of really great guys and outstanding modelers!Not only do I have help close at hand we are of the same mind set ie having fun with model trains.So we formed the lose knit group called the Texas OutLaws [ocmodsTexas@yahoo groups].We build our modules out of 2" blue foam.Very little wood[way to heavy].the only rule we have is the NO RULES one.Monthly meetings are Show n tell NOT a buisness meeting !Saturday is one of those so I'll have some pics to post after the meeting.
Model trains can be fun if you make it that way,and we have !

Craig
DFW,Tejas
 

kenw

5th Generation Texian
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Craig, I applaude your club rules......someone finally gets it!

welcome aboard, I'm looking forward to those pics.
 



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