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Discussion in 'The Caboose' started by MP3CNLettalierSub, Oct 9, 2007.

  1. MP3CNLettalierSub

    MP3CNLettalierSub Existing!

    Thought I'd introduce myself on the forum here, kinda stumbled upon it while looking for railroad forums, seems like a great place.

    I currently do not do any physical modeling, so far in the apartment I'm confined to simulators. Hopefully in the future when I finally get a house I can get started on modeling as I have wanted to do for many a year.

    I live in Winnipeg Manitoba Canada, my main interest if you haven't already guessed is Railroads, have been pretty much obsessed since I was a wee lad in the 80s.

    Recently I have found an interest in Railroad photography, on a professional level my pictures aren't very good, but they make me happy, so in the end that's all that matters :mrgreen:

    Well that's about it for now, any questions let me know!

  2. Nomad

    Nomad Active Member

    Hey MP, welcome aboard:wave:. Photographer, The magic word. We love pictures here. Please post some when you can.

  3. rlundy90

    rlundy90 Member

    Hi good to have another Manitoban aboard. I live 30 miles east near Anola, Manitoba. I am modelling the GWWD that has its yard in St. Boniface.Hope to see some of your pictures soon. Ron
  4. nachoman

    nachoman Guest

    Don't let being in an apartment stop you from trying modeling. Modeling and weathering rolling stock, dioramas, or small shelf layouts can be quite portable :) My current layout is 3x6 feet and has survived several moves!

  5. Gary S.

    Gary S. Senior Member

    I second Kevin's motion. A small switching layout on a shelf is exactly the solution. There are some good sites on the web with info and track plans for smaller layouts. And a smaller shelf layout could be incorporated into a larger layout once you get the space.

    Welcome to The Gauge.
  6. MP3CNLettalierSub

    MP3CNLettalierSub Existing!

    Thanks for the welcomes!!!!!

    I forgot to mention the other thing stopping me....the girlfriend said nosign1 Although I get to when we get a house :thumb::cool:
  7. nachoman

    nachoman Guest

    well then, I think that means you are entitled to say "no" to one of her requests :)

  8. MP3CNLettalierSub

    MP3CNLettalierSub Existing!

  9. MP3CNLettalierSub

    MP3CNLettalierSub Existing!

    I think I just decided to start purchasing rolling stock & locomotives, maybe start working on modeling buildings and such as well, something to keep me occupied until I can actually get the layout.

    The only problem I have now is...N or HO!
  10. CNWman

    CNWman CNW Fan

    Welcome to the Gauge!:wave: Ah yes, the age old question. Whichever you choose is related to a number of things. HO is for people who wan more space than O, plus is the cheapest of all the scales I think. N scale is if you want the longest possible trains and more track in less space, but the engines and cars for N aren't cheap.
  11. rlundy90

    rlundy90 Member

    I agree with CNWman about HO being the cheapest. Also it has by far the biggest selection of everything. Locos,rolling stock, structures, you name it.Ron
  12. MP3CNLettalierSub

    MP3CNLettalierSub Existing!

    Hmmmmm I think I may be leaning towards HO now, cheapest always sounds good to me lol.
  13. Ralph

    Ralph Remember...it's for fun!

    Welcome! Go buy that house and build a layout! :) Just kidding. Glad you found us.
  14. MadHatter

    MadHatter Charging at full tilt.

    Welcome, I've also started by just stockpiling everything. I'm now finishing off a portable layout.

    Enjoy your stay.....

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