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NameG.W.D.
Date03-24-16
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MessageGreat work...very inspiring.


NameWilliam Morrison
Date03-19-16
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MessageYour cars look very realistic! I enjoyed looking at Michael Morrison's work - very nice!!


NameRICH LOVIN
Date03-13-16
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MessageFinally found this site. I am ready to learn.


NameTommy Scanlon
Date02-21-16
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Messagelooking forward to this


NameJim Hohn
Date12-08-15
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MessageInteresting


NameRobert Potter
Date11-30-15
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MessageSo fortunate to have stumbled onto this site in my quest for ALGEIR locomotives in HO scale. While working as the Plant Engineer & Maintenance Manager for Ingersoll Rand in Phillipsburg, NJ circa in and around 1976, one of the IR original ALGEIR locos was used on a daily basis on the considerable plant railroad. I caused it to be painted for the Centennial and we maintained it in working condition. Now I would like an operating painted model. I am back into model railroad after a 4 decade dropout. What a great site and outstanding model work. I'm so glad to have found it. Bob


NameJames Ramos
Date11-28-15
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MessageJust started to weather my rolling stock a few years ago, but after seeing what you guys are doing I still have a lot to learn. I'm always looking for new ways to do weathering. Thanks for the inspiration and keep up the nice work. smilie smilie


NameDave Riffle
Date11-22-15
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MessageLooking forward to the inspiration.


NameJim Brandenburg
Date11-03-15
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MessageJust saw the photos and article in November MRH. As the owner of KMJ Model Trains, I can honestly say after many years in model railroading (70+), and several in the business, I have never seen such fine modeling and weathering ever. Keep up the excellent work and continue to let everyone know "How it is done". I truly look forward to exploring your site.

Jim---Spring, TX


NameBruce Baasch
Date09-20-15
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MessageWonderful site and very useful information.


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