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    Hello Dave... welcome. I'm new as well. Great bunch of folks on this site. Really been enjoying my time here. Hoping you will as well :-)

    Cheers!

    -Greg

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    @rip

    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)

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    @Ig1007 @rip

    Welcome to the forums and to N Scale. Once you get used to the size difference between HO and N, N seems the norm and, lets face it, it IS!
    Cheers Tony

    "Knowing what to do is one thing ... being able to do it is another"
    "It is easy to criticize ... a lot harder when you have to justify it"

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    Welcome all the newcomers
    at 73 with age related macular degeneration and shaky hands I find that I rely on a re-railer and lots of bright light!
    Yours,

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    Hello everyone, I am 51, from MD, just starting with model railroading. I am interested in learning and building small 2x4 or 3x5 layout.

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    @ragermac

    Welcome aboard!
    Yours,

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    Hello all newcomers, veterans of the hobby, and everyone in between!

    I just wanted to introduce myself to the community and share my first proper attempts at model railroading.

    I'm 32 and within the last few years my interest in the hobby has been rekindled for the first time since childhood.
    Besides the Life-Like Little Joe set that I received many years ago as a child, I dabbled mostly in HO.

    I live in a small apartment with no dedicated space for any kind of permanent layout so my current focus is
    on micro and small modular layouts. I love the compact and highly portable nature of N and the dramatic
    improvements in quality and detail that the scale has received in recent decades.

    I currently have two projects: a 16.5" x 11.7" micro layout, and a fold-up 4.4 ft modular switching layout

    So far I've only been sharing my experiences on youtube:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKF4Co_gWZE&t=3s
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCA_9FUBptg

    Thank you and Happy Railroading!



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    Welcome aboard Marlin
    As long as I can model in N-scale, I know I'm not old

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    http://www.janbouli.com

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    Welcome, Dave! When you have a few posts under your belt, photos would be most appreciated. Great group here, with many answers to one's questions Some answers might even be helpful, while others will be amusing. Ignore all others.

    As for me, I'm a retired Air Force Brat, proud and glad of it!
    Cheers!
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    And welcome to @ragermac and @Marlin! What I said to Dave applies to you two as well. Hope you have loads of fun here!
    Cheers!
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    Welcome aboard Ragermac and Marlin.

    -Greg

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    Welcome @Marlin
    Yours,

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    Can't remember who I have welcomed and who I haven't sooooo ... WELCOME to ALL new comers to the Forums and, as applicable, to the Hobby
    Cheers Tony

    "Knowing what to do is one thing ... being able to do it is another"
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    I'm not sure I did introduce myself or not. If I did, my apologies. Back into the hobby after a 30+ year hiatus. Protofreelancing the NS D&H South line & NYSW Utica Line. My twin 5 yr old boys are into trains also. Planning a shelf layout, awaiting the physical space to build. Pass the time by using EZ track. I've received great help from the forum. Welcome to all new members.
    Having fun in my own little world!

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    @ NSNYSWFAN74 Marlin Hello you both. I'm glad you've come onboard and hope you'll find this a happy place to hang out
    Thanks, Tom

    Expect nothing except the opposite of what you expect, and then expect it to be something other than that ! Then that's about what it will be

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcook View Post
    @NSNYSWFAN74 Marlin Hello you both. I'm glad you've come onboard and hope you'll find this a happy place to hang out
    Dittos from me!
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