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  • Hi, I was just reading through some posts and noticed that you're from New Mexico. I live in Santa Fe and I was wondering if you could recommend a decent hobby shop either here (although I've never seen one) or in Abq? Thanks in advance!
    Pete, I would like to make peace with you. I see no reason to continue the rancor!

    Mark DeSchane, NP2625
    I have finally found time in my life to build a reasonable sized layout in HO. It's about 24 x 18 feet. I do DCC, have minimal sound on board . I have a great love of the DRGW and the Santa Fe but I now find myself living in New Hampshire so an occasional Bangor and Aroostook yard engine drifts by frequently.

    I am a glassblower of 42 years, have two kids both grown, married, dogs cats horses, a big lumber tree farm and a sweetie of 37 years. Happy to be here, not many train people in upstate NH.
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