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Discussion in 'HO Scale Model Trains' started by TCH, May 1, 2007.

  1. TCH

    TCH Member

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    g`day all
    i went to the introductions forum and the last message seems to be in 2005 :( so i`ve come here
    my name is trevor and i live in australia
    i have a double deck ho layout in a single garage [and a bit] which has been gradually growing over the last few years
    glad to join you all
    trevor
  2. jawharp1992

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    Welcome to the Gauge! Can I still call this the Gauge? Oh well. Glad to see your back. You live in Australia, huh? Cool!

    -JH-
  3. stripes

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    Welcome Trevor! I hope you will post some pictures of your layout.

    David
  4. Ralph

    Ralph Remember...it's for fun!

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    Trevor,

    Glad you could join us! Layouts do have a tendency to grow as I found out in my basement. :)

    Ralph
  5. phoneguy

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    Welcome to the Gauge. We love pictures.
  6. erikstoll

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    welcome to the madness, glad to have you, and pictures as always would be great
  7. Kanawha

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    Welcome to The Gauge!
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    welcome from roger :)
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    Welcome to the Gauge, TCH.:wave: As mentioned, we all like to see pictures, so feel free to share.

    Wayne
  10. TCH

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    thanks to you all for the warm welcome :mrgreen:
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    Welcome!

    Do you model Australian railroads, or American, or British, or....?
  12. Jim Krause

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    Hello Trevor: Welcome. Do you model an Australian prototype?
  13. TCH

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    I freelance using american equipment which I prefer the look of over other countries railways. I am trying to keep to the 1960`s to 1970`s era but know very little about the prototype so please myself about what equipment I use [I guess we all do that]
    I started building a switching layout about 15 years ago in a wardrobe. It was transferred to a single garage about 5 years ago and has been increasing in size since. To my shame it is still in a state of undress with not much scenery, buildings etc and the only person on the layout is the invisible man.
    I operate using the railop software program which I think is terrific. There is a yahoo support group for anyone interested.

    trevor