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Name Travis
Date 2010-07-17 16:59:34
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Message Just amazing. Only really really close observation gives away the model from the real thing. Impressive!!


Name Stewart Tinturin
Date 2010-11-23 20:26:19
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Message Absolutely amazing work!


Name bob hunt
Date 2010-12-29 17:32:49
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Message THIS STUFF IS GREATER THAN A POCKET IN A SHIRT!

GREAT JOB FELLAS AND GALS




Name Cliff Mathewson
Date 2011-01-22 08:39:11
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Message 'WOW'!!!What a great forum on weathering.I've just started weathering myself what a creative challenge.But I love it!!!I hope to get good enough to post some pictures here.


Name Bill Cialini
Date 2011-01-28 19:53:33
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Message What great work. I am a fan of weathering and believe nothing should go on the layout without some degree of it. Thanks for the site.

Bill


Name John Nymon
Date 2011-01-29 21:46:20
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Message Good to see all of the talent! I've been wanting to know how does one get to show their items on here? Thanks for the great efforts!


Name Dan Wisch
Date 2011-02-03 08:25:38
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Message You guys have some great looking trains here. Keep up the great work!


Name ballast thrower
Date 2011-02-21 19:42:46
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Message You guys have set a very high standard. It will
be tough to catch up


Name Manfred
Date 2011-05-08 14:11:34
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Message Very nice Paint Job !! I will came back to see more.

Regard s over the Pond Manni


Name Superderailed
Date 2011-06-12 08:23:40
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Message (Well) be glad for al Mayo. If not for the drama at trainlife, I would have never found this sight... I guess it's good to get involved with a few housewives of trainlife


Name TheCITYEDGE
Date 2011-08-09 15:07:04
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Message The 2011 RPM meet in collinsville was a Fantastic show! and many thanks to the men who made this show happen. I really enjoyed seeing for the first time the guys at the Weathering shop. I could not belive the artistic, creative weathering that the guys at the Weathering shop applied to their models...Wow!!! I want to Thank all for showing up to visit my layout and running their superbly detailed weathered rolling stock and locomotives around the layout!. Picasso himself would envy the Artwork you guys have created!.


Name Harry E. Dinsen
Date 2011-11-20 07:58:13
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Message `Morning,
Wish I'd known about this site sooner. Tripped on it through Trainlife. Most of what I have done with my equipment is either quess work or what I've picked up from model railraod magazine articles. Got you folks bookmarked for sure... # # #


Name rbwhalen
Date 2012-07-14 13:29:50
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Message sugestions on completing a silver streak wood caboose kit, use laquer paint on wood? old floquil paint and Ditzler automotive thinner? air brush or 4 in. house paint brush? talk to me. -rbw-


Name IC Fan
Date 2012-07-30 11:04:10
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Message Good to meet you guys at the St Louis show in Collinsville, Ill. Hope to start creating some work of my own with your inspiratation. Appreciate your help, advice and openess to promote the hobby. All of you do very impressive work.

Al


Name t8afao
Date 2013-02-05 22:30:02
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Message WOW, like this site, Thanks Sirt for pointing me to this place. Nick


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