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I just posted my intro to the HO group and found this group. I should have been more diligent.

I model HOn30 as well as standard gauge. I got bitten by the narrow gauge bug when I found out about the Maine twofooter's. The B&SR/B&H became my favorite. I'm sort-of modeling that rr but moved it geography to New Hampshire near Crawford Notch. It replaces the East Branch which was a logging rr way back.

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Howdy Gordon, I am sure that B&O will contact you, he is knee deep in HOn30! I built HOn30 many years back and still do an occasional loco/cars for friends in HOn30...but it is way too tiny for me now. Welcome to Freerails, I know you will love it here.
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Thanks Woodie. Glad to be here. B&O is in the HOn30 Yahoo group I'm in also. Already sent him a note. He's the one that suggested this forum so here I am.

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Hi BOOMER I think you will find a lot interesting material here Not a lot of HOn30 but tons of ideas in other scales that can be used by us small scalers And I hope to change the lack of HOn30

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G'day Boomer

Welcome.

Hope you enjoy the site, we try to keep it a little informal.

Don


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