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4:38 PM on September 29, 2020
Thank you very much for the invitation :). Best wishes.
PS: How are you? I am from France
7:05 AM on September 29, 2020
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6:04 AM on October 9, 2019
I came across your layout on youtube. The layout felt just right for a logger. I hope to attain the same feeling on my logging layout. Thank you for posting on youtube. Hope to see more.
4:13 PM on September 9, 2019
Great layout. Really inspiring. I'm doing a freelance Colorado Narrow Guage line with some logging thrown in so your layout has given me quite a few ideas.
2:59 PM on July 8, 2015
Great job; I enjoyed it.
3:45 PM on March 6, 2015
I just retired at age 70. Modeling railroading has been on my bucket list for years. This layout has given me renewed inspiration and a lot of great ideas.
8:46 PM on June 24, 2014
Great layout I'm looking for ideas and yours has been very helpful. Thanks
9:47 AM on March 21, 2014
Great layout very jealous, I am limited to 16' x 8' you have given me a boost thanks
1:48 AM on March 3, 2014
I stumbled across your layout while looking for ideas for me and my 8 yr old son to start our own. Imagine my surprise- We live in Arcadia!! Have always wanted to do a representation of the local line- including the train pier that ran out into Lake Michigan to load/unload the ships. Would love to model the dunes! Sad to see that the railroad was sold and moved to the northwest- though what a great layout you have created.
8:05 PM on September 21, 2013
I know you are having fun, Layout looks great. Currently I do not have a layout but I am looking for ideas for a certain era.. I like the late 40's to the mid 50's. When I decide I will get into the rough work. I had N gauge last time and I have a lot of HO stuff and as you get older the trains need to get bigger at least for me.
Keep up the good work