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Old 10-13-2019, 06:45 PM   #7661
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Hello everyone. My name is Tom Frazier and I live south of Miami Florida.

All my life I've had a dream of having a nice N or HO scale layout.

My RR interest is in modern German railroads (more about that in a minute) but also narrow gauge logging RR in HO, S or O scale.

I grew up in Germany in the 60's, 70's to 1981 and took many rides on german trains. about 15 years ago I purchased some locos rolling stock and track thinking that I would build a layout. Unfortunately it never happened. I ended up selling some of my things a few years ago but held on to a couple of my German Electric Locomotives hoping that one day I will buld a layout.

Fast forward to today. Unfortunately I have some recent health issues and no medical insurance and I have to sell my two locomotives. I am also a very active in the RC Aircraft community and go by the same TommyT in RCGroups where I have also started selling some of my things.

I don't want to deal with Ebay because of the exorbitant fees but also the scam buyers. If you are interested have a look in the N scale for sale forum where I will post shortly.

I hope to still get into Narrow gauge at some point in my life but at this point I have to get my medical bills paid.

Thanks and kind regards.
Tom Frazier


TommyT;

We have a member, "MichaelE" who models modern German railways. You might want to send him a private message. and/or look up his posts. He has DB electrics operating on his layout.

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Old 10-22-2019, 12:46 PM   #7662
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Hi guys, my name is Kole from HustleDude Model Trains. I been a long time lurker here under the username "pumasheed". We recently took the plunge and opened our own brick and mortar shop, which seems to be a dying breed anymore. Ive pick up a lot of tips, tricks and how to's from you guys here. I used to model only O, but switched over to HO about a year ago. I personally model modern era HO. I look forward to being a contributing member here.
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Old Yesterday, 03:53 PM   #7663
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Hi,
Hearl Condon here, joined the club because there are no train clubs anywhere near me in Florida, guess every body here is water bugs. Retired now, moved from Maryland to Florida, time to build another train layout.
My trains are "O" gauge Lionel, MTH, Wialliams, and one Weaver.
Western Maryland is my road name for two reasons, one is i belonged to the WM Historical Society when i lived in Maryland, second is, i had relatives that worked on the WM.
Had to sell a lot of trains and accessory's some years back because of moving for work, company's don`t care where they send you.
So i am buying some new accessory`s that from what i read sometimes don`t work, i am going to need some help with that.
Maybe some here is from Mid-Florida close to Lake Placid.
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Old Yesterday, 09:31 PM   #7664
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Welcome to the forum and congratulations on your retirement.
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