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I was born within earshot of the Monon railroad in southern Indiana back in '54. I was lucky enough to be able to ride on the Monon's passenger train before their passenger service was dicontinued in 1967.
I think you should go back and edit the title on that subject thread "Thoughts". I almost missed it.
What do you suggest, Brian?

There seems to be some interest in a tool forum section , There is an active thread on the subject you may want to read it and see if it is something there worthwhile .
I agree. I'll see what it is to mail it all to that zip code. If that price is reasonable then you can have the lot for that. Once you've gone through them if you feel like anything more is in order then you can share that but I'm mostly trying to not have them go to waste
My thought, exactly. I would hate to see it go to waste.
Hi Bob, I no longer have access to the site, Lloyd
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Should be fixed now (I hope). I changed permissions so you can edit the attachments, but something went wrong when I did.
I have a problem. I used to get forum updates on my phone with emails. Since your last update, I haven't received a single one. What happened?
Hello Bob, I'm with the Clovis Area Train Society in Clovis, NM. As I was checking to see where all I need to update our website address, I came upon our listing on which needs to be updated. I found an email address in the FAQ for you, however it bounced back. So I'm hoping we can make contact this way. Our website has changed and it now located at
Circa 1957; residing Lower Hudson Valley, NY, US; modeling N scale steam 4x6 foot layout; budget very low!
Hi everybody I'm new here and I was hoping maybe I can get a little help I started a N scale layout it's 4 by 9 it's based on the Kato Salt Lake City route I just got the nce power pack and I don't believe it's enough power does anybody have any suggestions for me I ran a bus line and a terminal block and I tried hooking all my feeders to the terminal block nothing works
I have a question for you all. I was wondering if this would be a place where someone would be able to sell model train stuff. If not, I would appreciate any suggestions as to where. My first husband, who was a hobbyist, passed away 10 years ago. He left several N scale items, including locomotives. Some of them I know what he paid in the 80s or 90s, but I am having trouble finding out their current value. Thx.
Hi George hope all is well with you. I have been gone for a while now back in the swing of things here. I bought a house just outside of Fort Edward near Argyle NY. Settled in and now working on new layout this fall/winter. A small one for now. Anyhow hope to hear from you again! Peace, James
Sherrel, I posted something in Great Divide's thread on his John Allen's Gore and Daphetid re-build. I feel what I said was miss-interpreted! I was only pointing out the differences between how John built his layout and what a modern day build of the layout would be like. Obviously nobody else saw my point of view
and all sided with Great Divide! I will not bother Great Divide again with any posts to his thread
I live in Cairns, Queensland, Australia.

Member of Cairns Model Railway Club, FNQMRC and Life Member of the Cairns Men's Shed where I was President for four years.

I'm morfe interested in Miniature Railways, but also love model making which I do for HO gauge railways.
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After watching a documentary on iron ore trains in the Pilbara, I checked into modeling one. Geeze, those ore cars are expensive here! A train with over 200 cars would be impressive, though!

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