Just thought I'd let you all know that the trains.com MR forum is back up and running like a well oiled Atlas!
Steve B said:I thinks i'll visit both forums, both have there place with me, i got an e-mail from Bergie at MR but it was very short and sweet, not what i would expect but maybe they will post something better
TWhite said:I think, like most of the other threads I've read, that I'll definitely stay on this forum. For one, it's a lot quicker than the MR forum, and seems a lot more diversified. Oh, I'll still use the MR forum, but even though I've only been here since Saturday, I really LIKE this place. And as someone else said, it's got a lot more bells and whistles, LOL!
CSX_road_slug said:...and it seems MUCH friendlier!
RexHea said:Tom/Ken, I agree with you guys. This is a very nicely layed out forum with what seems to be a friendlier bunch. Although I will visit MR mag's forum some, I plan on hanging here for awhile...that is if the members are open to that. I just hope none of the that mess has followed any of us over here.
Rex, I don't think that's as big of a worry here as it is on the Kalmbach forum. There are more moderators here, and they appear to be "part of the gang" - not isolated in a tower somewhere.RexHea said:... Although I will visit MR mag's forum some, I plan on hanging here for awhile... I just hope none of that mess has followed any of us over here.
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