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Thanks to Bob Roegge I'm a recent convert to Gn15. Already have 2 chassis for locos, bachmann On30 industrial engine and bachmann On30 trolly. Bob set up a display in the Ames Iowa area over the weekend and had several people interested in what he is doing. I'm truly looking forward to a model railroad where I can just have fun and not worry about rivet counting. I plan on participating on the forum a lot in the future.
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We don't give out badges for rivet counting on here!!!!
Welcome - and remember to have fun.
The Steamy Pudding (in progress)
West of Worcester (in progress)
Waikikamukau Sawmilling (planned)
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- Location: Market Drayton, Shropshire, UK
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Gn15 - the perfect antidote to elections (
) and rivets.
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Stan wrote: Ames Iowa area
I was over that way last month (Boone, actually). Iowa is quite a nice area. Welcome to the nut house.
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Welcome Stan, I'm pretty sure you'll find us a friendly bunch. As to rivet counting.........there's some that are trying to farm them!
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Welcome to the wonderful world of fun modeling. You can build in a scale manner or silly manner as you saw at the Boone trainshow. I had a wonderful time and glad I influenced you.
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Iowa? Heck that's pretty well next door to me in central Minnesota
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Hello and welcome. I have a personal fascination with Iowa, Tractors and grain elevators, so feel free to post as many pics as you want!
I am a rivet counter I am afraid, only I end up loosing half the darn things on the carpet once I've made them. Ho-hum.
In Rust, I Trust.
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