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Bbags
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Posted - 12/29/2003 :  4:12:06 PM  Show Profile
Hi Rick
Great looking family you have there.
Also thanks for taking the time to fill out this little biography and thank you for the very informative posts you have made to this group.



John Bagley
Modeling the Alaska Railroad in HO in Wildwood Georgia.

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TomPM
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Posted - 12/29/2003 :  4:37:22 PM  Show Profile  Visit TomPM's Homepage  Send TomPM a Yahoo! Message
Rick

Nice looking family you have got there. It looks like we are getting quite few Mid Atlantic folk on here now. You are just up I-95 from me. I am in Drexel Hill, just west of Philadelphia.


Tom
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TomPM
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Rick

Nice looking family you have got there. It looks like we are getting quite few Mid Atlantic folk on here now. You are just up I-95 from me. I am in Drexel Hill, just west of Philadelphia.


Tom
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MikeC
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Posted - 12/29/2003 :  5:16:45 PM  Show Profile
Thanks for taking to the time to post to this thread, Rick, and thanks for the photo. I remember when my girls were that young.



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MikeC
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Posted - 12/29/2003 :  5:16:45 PM  Show Profile
Thanks for taking to the time to post to this thread, Rick, and thanks for the photo. I remember when my girls were that young.



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wvrr
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Posted - 12/29/2003 :  5:19:13 PM  Show Profile  Visit wvrr's Homepage
Great picture of the family, Rick!

Chuck



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wvrr
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Posted - 12/29/2003 :  5:19:13 PM  Show Profile  Visit wvrr's Homepage
Great picture of the family, Rick!

Chuck



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bpate
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Posted - 12/29/2003 :  5:21:01 PM  Show Profile
Hi Rick, It's great to see your photo. I was only the other day thinking perhaps this thread should be revived again to get photos of newer forum members.


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bpate
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Posted - 12/29/2003 :  5:21:01 PM  Show Profile
Hi Rick, It's great to see your photo. I was only the other day thinking perhaps this thread should be revived again to get photos of newer forum members.


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Dutchman
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Posted - 12/29/2003 :  8:37:09 PM  Show Profile
Rick,

That is a great picture. Now it is time for some of the other members to take the "picture plunge"!

Bruce



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Dutchman
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Posted - 12/29/2003 :  8:37:09 PM  Show Profile
Rick,

That is a great picture. Now it is time for some of the other members to take the "picture plunge"!

Bruce



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Fiveinarow
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Posted - 01/04/2004 :  05:53:02 AM  Show Profile
Greetings to all. My name is Steve Lambert and this seems like as good a place as any for my first post on this forum...

1) What State or Country and nearest City we live in

About 8 months each year are spent in Lee's Summit, Missouri- a Kansas City suburb. The other 4 months are spent at our lake home in Ludington, Michigan.

2) How long modeling and how we got started

Started with a 4'X 8' Lionel layout in the mid 50's as a boy. Since then I've gone through off-and-on seasons and every scale from N thru Fn3 at one time or another.

3) What lines we model

Freelance lumber/mining narrow gauge mostly- but a little D&RGW as well. Over the years I've also done Rock Island, UP and more.

4) years we model

1930's thru 1960's

5) how large is your layout and what scale do you model.

At the moment I am building an around-the-corner shelf layout about 2' X 16' in On30 and I'm trying to decide whether to go outdoor or indoor with some Fn3/G scale acquisitions.

6) if we use DC, DCC or other

Both. I have a new Digitrax Zephyr system I haven't even attempted to hook up yet in addition to DC.

7) anything else you want to add?

Happily married for nearly 33 years to my high school sweetheart. We have two grown, married daughters and two delightful grandchildren. My wife and I work together as authors and owners of a publishing company which produces a line of children's educational curriculum used primarily in the homeschool market.

8) post your picture if you dare

Always a scary proposition - but here is a pohto of my wife and I.





I never met a train I didn't like.

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Fiveinarow
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Posted - 01/04/2004 :  05:53:02 AM  Show Profile
Greetings to all. My name is Steve Lambert and this seems like as good a place as any for my first post on this forum...

1) What State or Country and nearest City we live in

About 8 months each year are spent in Lee's Summit, Missouri- a Kansas City suburb. The other 4 months are spent at our lake home in Ludington, Michigan.

2) How long modeling and how we got started

Started with a 4'X 8' Lionel layout in the mid 50's as a boy. Since then I've gone through off-and-on seasons and every scale from N thru Fn3 at one time or another.

3) What lines we model

Freelance lumber/mining narrow gauge mostly- but a little D&RGW as well. Over the years I've also done Rock Island, UP and more.

4) years we model

1930's thru 1960's

5) how large is your layout and what scale do you model.

At the moment I am building an around-the-corner shelf layout about 2' X 16' in On30 and I'm trying to decide whether to go outdoor or indoor with some Fn3/G scale acquisitions.

6) if we use DC, DCC or other

Both. I have a new Digitrax Zephyr system I haven't even attempted to hook up yet in addition to DC.

7) anything else you want to add?

Happily married for nearly 33 years to my high school sweetheart. We have two grown, married daughters and two delightful grandchildren. My wife and I work together as authors and owners of a publishing company which produces a line of children's educational curriculum used primarily in the homeschool market.

8) post your picture if you dare

Always a scary proposition - but here is a pohto of my wife and I.





I never met a train I didn't like.

Edited by - Fiveinarow on 01/05/2004 11:29:51 AM

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MikeC
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Posted - 01/04/2004 :  10:54:54 AM  Show Profile
Welcome to RR-L, Steve!

Glad to have another guy from the K.C. area on the forum. I divide my time between a home in Liberty and one at "the Lake," so I drive back and forth through Lee's Summit (291) all the time.

Feel free to jump into the discussions here on the forum. We've got at least a couple of guys who are currently building in On30 and several others who are thinking about switching to it. Walt (aka "Rusty") has been working at producing an On30 logging disconnect kit. I have a set of the disconnects, and they're very nicely done.

Thanks for taking the time to fill out our little "interview" and posting a photo. Again, welcome to the forum.



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MikeC
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Posted - 01/04/2004 :  10:54:54 AM  Show Profile
Welcome to RR-L, Steve!

Glad to have another guy from the K.C. area on the forum. I divide my time between a home in Liberty and one at "the Lake," so I drive back and forth through Lee's Summit (291) all the time.

Feel free to jump into the discussions here on the forum. We've got at least a couple of guys who are currently building in On30 and several others who are thinking about switching to it. Walt (aka "Rusty") has been working at producing an On30 logging disconnect kit. I have a set of the disconnects, and they're very nicely done.

Thanks for taking the time to fill out our little "interview" and posting a photo. Again, welcome to the forum.



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