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anbhurst
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USA
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Posted - 10/19/2005 :  03:43:25 AM  Show Profile
Please join me in Welcoming to our Forum ( jovekos ) from (?) and Jim (jet ) from East Wenatchee, Washington. Thanks Jim for helping us to hold up the West on our forum.


Allen
Modeling the East in the West on the Northeastern Pacific RIM, Oregon, that is!

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Posted - 10/19/2005 :  04:12:52 AM  Show Profile
At 13 years old he has to be the youngest Metalurgist I've ever heard of!

Welcome.

Marc

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Posted - 10/19/2005 :  04:12:52 AM  Show Profile
At 13 years old he has to be the youngest Metalurgist I've ever heard of!

Welcome.

Marc

Edited by - n/a on 10/19/2005 04:13:26 AM
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Cigarguy
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USA
3894 Posts

Posted - 10/19/2005 :  06:45:44 AM  Show Profile
Welcome to the forums fellas. Glad your here!

Mike
D&B Lumber Co.
"The Best Wood You Ever Saw!"
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Cigarguy
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USA
3894 Posts

Posted - 10/19/2005 :  06:45:44 AM  Show Profile
Welcome to the forums fellas. Glad your here!

Mike
D&B Lumber Co.
"The Best Wood You Ever Saw!"
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jaynjay
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USA
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Posted - 10/19/2005 :  06:55:00 AM  Show Profile  Visit jaynjay's Homepage
Welcome aboard guys.

John

John
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jaynjay
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Posted - 10/19/2005 :  06:55:00 AM  Show Profile  Visit jaynjay's Homepage
Welcome aboard guys.

John

John
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Dutchman
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USA
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Posted - 10/19/2005 :  07:36:11 AM  Show Profile
Welcome to the forum. I hope that you enjoy your time here.
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Dutchman
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USA
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Welcome to the forum. I hope that you enjoy your time here.
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Rick
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Posted - 10/19/2005 :  08:08:48 AM  Show Profile
Welcome to the RR_Line forums.

As you think, so will you be.
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Rick
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Posted - 10/19/2005 :  08:08:48 AM  Show Profile
Welcome to the RR_Line forums.

As you think, so will you be.
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ANo10
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Posted - 10/19/2005 :  09:24:43 AM  Show Profile
Welcome to RR-L guys. Have fun and jump in and participate.
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ANo10
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Posted - 10/19/2005 :  09:24:43 AM  Show Profile
Welcome to RR-L guys. Have fun and jump in and participate.
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jet
Section Hand

USA
74 Posts

Posted - 10/19/2005 :  12:30:31 PM  Show Profile
Hi all:

I think that should say 54, not 13! I found this forum through a post somewhere else and I am really impressed with the quality of the posts and the tone of the conversation.

My business life has not allowed me to build a layout over the years, but that has not stopped me from collecting the "stuff" that I would put into it. I enjoy the craftsman level building kits and over time I have most of the SRMW kits, as well as some FSM kits.

Currently I am building a dimond scale products turntable to go along with the SRMW brick roundhouse (yet unbuilt). I have substituted styrene and ABS shapes for all of the wood components for ease of construction and accuracy. I am attempting to make rivets on all of the plates right now -- tedious and frustrating to say the least. I haven't decided if the riveted plates look good yet. I'm using the NWSL rivet press, too. Any advice would be appreciated.

I model the PRR, having grown up in that area and like the railroad and its history. However, this is only from an equipment standpoint, my eventual layout will not try to duplicate some speciific area.

Lastly, I am very impressed with pictures of various models shown in the craftsman section. WOW!

Best Regards to all,
Jim Trunzo
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jet
Section Hand

USA
74 Posts

Posted - 10/19/2005 :  12:30:31 PM  Show Profile
Hi all:

I think that should say 54, not 13! I found this forum through a post somewhere else and I am really impressed with the quality of the posts and the tone of the conversation.

My business life has not allowed me to build a layout over the years, but that has not stopped me from collecting the "stuff" that I would put into it. I enjoy the craftsman level building kits and over time I have most of the SRMW kits, as well as some FSM kits.

Currently I am building a dimond scale products turntable to go along with the SRMW brick roundhouse (yet unbuilt). I have substituted styrene and ABS shapes for all of the wood components for ease of construction and accuracy. I am attempting to make rivets on all of the plates right now -- tedious and frustrating to say the least. I haven't decided if the riveted plates look good yet. I'm using the NWSL rivet press, too. Any advice would be appreciated.

I model the PRR, having grown up in that area and like the railroad and its history. However, this is only from an equipment standpoint, my eventual layout will not try to duplicate some speciific area.

Lastly, I am very impressed with pictures of various models shown in the craftsman section. WOW!

Best Regards to all,
Jim Trunzo
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anbhurst
Moderator

USA
7259 Posts

Posted - 10/19/2005 :  1:54:35 PM  Show Profile
Jim,

Thanks for your good response. By the way, the link below allows you to see where some of our members are located. Feel free to add yourself.

http://www.risingconcepts.com/frapper/railroadlineforums

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Originally posted by jet

Hi all:

I think that should say 54, not 13! . .I am very impressed with pictures of various models shown in the craftsman section. WOW! . .


Lessee, guess I've got you by 8 years here; you are soooooo young!

Allen
Modeling the East in the West on the Northeastern Pacific RIM, Oregon, that is!
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