Just let us know you stopped by
(02-13-2024, 11:50 AM)nachoman Wrote: Just stopping by to say hi.  I've lost most of my hobby time the past few years to having young twins, but now I have a 7-year-old who is quite interested in trains and I have made a train shelf around his ceiling. 

As for personal modeling - I do enough to keep active and have gotten into making things using 3d printing.  Most of what I have accomplished I share to Facebook groups - as that is much quicker and easier to share using a smart phone.  But those groups don't allow for the discussion that you see here, and your photo or post quickly gets lost in the feed.

So as I can, i will be back posting here more of my projects...stay tuned.

Good to see you Kevin, I was just thinking about you the other day since we haven't seen you around lately.
Don (ezdays) Day
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Welcome back, Kevin!

Tom
Life is simple - Eat, Drink, Play with trains

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Glad you are back Kevin 
Charlie
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good morning all.
touching base here.
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All is well here. A little wet outside but that will change later tonight to snow.
Matt
I can smell a steam post ten blocks away and when I do clear the tracks because the steam express will be hi ballin through
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Warm weather (50s) all week here. Nothing else new.

Tom
Life is simple - Eat, Drink, Play with trains

Occupation: Professional Old Guy (The government pays me to be old.)
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Above normal temps all month here
Charlie
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All is good here. Just raining that's all.
Matt
I can smell a steam post ten blocks away and when I do clear the tracks because the steam express will be hi ballin through
http://cambriaindiana.weebly.com/
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Had my teeth professionally cleaned this morning. I don't dare eat anything ...
David
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Esquesing & Chinguacousy Radial Railway
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