New member, sort of....
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Hello everyone. My name is Glen. I'm from Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada.
I was a member of the zealot forum many moons ago but I drifted away for a bit.
I have a smaller layout at home, measuring about 16 x 6 feet. I'll post pictures soon.
I have interests in craftsman kits, kitbashing and scratchbuilding both structures and rolling stock.
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#2
Welcome to Big Blue, Glenn. Welcome

Mark
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#3
Welcome Glenn Smile
Reinhard
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#4
Welcome (back) Glenn! Welcome

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#5
Welcome back to "The-Gauge" Glen, and a warm welcome to "Big Blue".... Welcome Welcome
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Weren't you the one who had the layout with the small HOn3 branch? Welcome back!
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Welcome back, Glen Cheers Big Grin Big Grin

I have this "feeling" that you have some "catching up" to do. Hope you'll find "Big Blue" a comfortable place to share your hobby at. Big Grin
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#8
Thanks Guys. I spent a few hours last night looking through some of the threads and it feels like putting on a pair of comfortable slippers again.

Quote:Weren't you the one who had the layout with the small HOn3 branch?


Yes that's me. I still have the same layout, just added a bit to it.
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#9
Welcome back Glen, nice meeting you.
Charlie
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#10
Welcome Glen.

I'm not familiar with your modeling, but judging by that first picture it's going to be fun to see what you do (and above all, how you do it :-) )

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#11
big is beutifull (show off Goldth )

whatever the size welcome , Alan
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