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    @Sumner

    Welcome Aboard!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Schmidt View Post
    .... What he neglected to mention is that he likes pictures -- lots of 'em -- with the threat of a Moose Stampede when his visual demands are not met.. ...
    Thanks for the welcome. I don't think I have enough posts to be able to post pictures and not much I could post as all I have at this time are the items from the distant past. Big difference in what rolling stock sells for now compared to the prices on the boxes I have from then. I do have thousands of pictures on my web site but they are car, boat, construction, motorcycle, other but no N scale to this point . I do like to document things I build so once I'm in that stage I'll have pictures for Moose . When I can add my signature line to my posts one could look through the other areas also if they were interested.

    Looks like a great bunch of guys and I'd assume some gals here...

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    Hi... I’m new to the site, and looking forward to participating.

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    Welcome to the group. There is a wealth on knowledge here.

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    Welcome to all the new members . One rule to remember , we like pics . So post up lots of pics

    Steve

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    Hello Rick, Welcome. Now you will have to let us know a little about what you are modeling/planning to model ? Era, road, We are talking steam here, aren't we ???

    Have fun. And, remember those pics or........... I'll let someone explain the consequences
    Thanks, Tom

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    @PharmacistRick

    Moose bid you hearty welcome to the greatest wee n scale forum on the interweb!

    A few rules:

    1. Post photos and post often
    2. It's your railroad, so in the end, regardless of what anyone else says, go for it
    3. Photos or it didn't happen
    4. Beware the Reach Police, they're everywhere
    5. Photos are your friends, the nSn'ers here are your friends, why not introduce them to each other
    6. Steam rules, disease'els drool
    7. Post photos, or moose stampede, you decide
    8. Tom Cook hasn't posted anything about his mallet lately, you might want to ask him about that
    9. There should be a "Thanks" button at the bottom left corner of others' posts, so if you like someone's post, why don't yeah let them know by hitting that ole Thanks button, particularly if they've posted photos of steam locomotives... Sadly, there's no No Thanks button for posting photos of disease'els
    10. If you want to get someone's attention to your post, just type in their screen name preceded by an "@", like this @tomcook @epumph

    Have ya posted photos yet? Oh, you might not be able to post photos directly into your posts until you've posted ,Moose thinks, 10 posts. Moose no recall for sure...
    ~ Moose (Co-founder of the Mt. Tahoma & Pacific Railroad, located some where in the Pacific Northwest)

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    Welcome, @PharmacistRick! There are no dumb questions here. That being said, occasionally some of the answers you get might be a bit dodgy -- but we mean well.

    I see you've already been introduced to the Prime Directive: post photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose2013 View Post
    8. Tom Cook hasn't posted anything about his mallet lately, you might want to ask him about that
    Ouch, now the pressure is on and I've just encountered a setback with the Mallet, so no photos. Talk about up the creek as I'm all out of fairy dust to hold back any stampings
    Thanks, Tom

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    Welcome, Rick! It is a friendly, helpful site, with great camaraderie, a bit of humor and a fine place to share and learn. No matter how extensive a person's experience, we are all still learning here. And a moose stampede is a terrible thing to experience!
    Cheers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by el Gato Gordo View Post
    . And a moose stampede is a terrible thing to experience!
    Although purty flowers have been known to soothe the savage beast!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Schmidt View Post
    Although purty flowers have been known to soothe the savage beast!
    Moose no know what you're talking about... :MooseAngry:
    ~ Moose (Co-founder of the Mt. Tahoma & Pacific Railroad, located some where in the Pacific Northwest)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcook View Post
    Ouch, now the pressure is on and I've just encountered a setback with the Mallet, so no photos. Talk about up the creek as I'm all out of fairy dust to hold back any stampings
    Just post a picture or link to a nice steam train on Hattons, Moose will get sidetracked and it helps the economy of the UK when Moose buys said stream train from Hattons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jpgale View Post
    Just post a picture or link to a nice steam train on Hattons, Moose will get sidetracked and it helps the economy of the UK when Moose buys said stream train from Hattons.
    Whaaa?! Well Moose never heard of such a -- Oh, The Model Centre in the U.K. is now doing renaming services. Yippee!
    ~ Moose (Co-founder of the Mt. Tahoma & Pacific Railroad, located some where in the Pacific Northwest)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jpgale View Post
    it helps the economy of the UK
    That's no help to me as I live in France !! Still, anything bought from Hattons by 'The Moose' is a visual treat for us here even if it means a posable stamping for him when Mrs. Moose gets home
    Thanks, Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcook View Post
    That's no help to me as I live in France !! Still, anything bought from Hattons by 'The Moose' is a visual treat for us here even if it means a posable stamping for him when Mrs. Moose gets home
    Oh, good point Mr. Tom. Moose better move Moose's shame from the kitchen counter to the train room! Ya'know, Moose really needs to find a less expensive hobby then buying trains...
    ~ Moose (Co-founder of the Mt. Tahoma & Pacific Railroad, located some where in the Pacific Northwest)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose2013 View Post
    Ya'know, Moose really needs to find a less expensive hobby then buying trains...
    Rutting season only happens once a year?

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    Alright I think it's time to say "Hello" to the community.

    My name's Torsten, 39 years old from Coblenz/Germany

    What do I do here? I had a model railroad as a kid (HO Scale) and just wanted to have one again. Now I got some space but not too much so N-Scale fits better.
    Why an north america forum? I want to model a US (or Canadian?) railroad.

    At the moment I'm searching for inspiration, ideas, layouts and so on. Absolute beginner.
    Space available 2,20m x 1,10m maybe if it makes sense I can fit a small L Layout with an aditional 1,00m x 40 cm
    Era 1950's/early 1960s

    Must have: a small ballpark maybe just a sandlot scene... Why? Although I'm German I love Baseball, play it myself and want to have it in the small world too

    Yeah that's it.

    Cheers, Torsten

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    Quote Originally Posted by TorstenB View Post
    Alright I think it's time to say "Hello" to the community.

    My name's Torsten, 39 years old from Coblenz/Germany

    What do I do here? I had a model railroad as a kid (HO Scale) and just wanted to have one again. Now I got some space but not too much so N-Scale fits better.
    Why an north america forum? I want to model a US (or Canadian?) railroad.

    At the moment I'm searching for inspiration, ideas, layouts and so on. Absolute beginner.
    Space available 2,20m x 1,10m maybe if it makes sense I can fit a small L Layout with an aditional 1,00m x 40 cm
    Era 1950's/early 1960s

    Must have: a small ballpark maybe just a sandlot scene... Why? Although I'm German I love Baseball, play it myself and want to have it in the small world too

    Yeah that's it.

    Cheers, Torsten
    welcome aboard!

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    @TorstenB

    Moose bid you hearty welcome to the greatest wee n scale forum on the interweb!
    ~ Moose (Co-founder of the Mt. Tahoma & Pacific Railroad, located some where in the Pacific Northwest)

    "Beware the Train of Thought that Carries no Freight..."

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