Still here after all these years

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Still here after all these years

Postby HJM » Sat Jun 13, 2020 4:54 pm

Starting date was way back in 2004 on this date at 21:05.

Are we still having fun???
Cheers

HJ

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Re: Still here after all these years

Postby Paul S » Sat Jun 13, 2020 10:59 pm

Oh yes :) The amount of info shared here has always been my best source of info and corruption ;)
Thanks HJ and everyone else too!

I wouldn’t have found out about the heritage service without the news on here
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Re: Still here after all these years

Postby Jim F » Sat Jun 13, 2020 11:52 pm

We should have a virtual cake to celebrate, I may be a late comer to the party but it has been a real gold mine of information, support and assistance - effort made to keep it all chugging along much appreciated.
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Re: Still here after all these years

Postby Paul S » Sun Jun 14, 2020 1:39 am

Jim F wrote:We should have a virtual cake to celebrate, .

Virtual?!? :D Real one each! =))
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Re: Still here after all these years

Postby Keith Yundt » Sun Jun 14, 2020 7:36 am

HJM wrote:Starting date was way back in 2004 on this date at 21:05.

Are we still having fun???


I sure am—and can thank all of you guys for keeping me on the straight and “narrow”. :ymhug:
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who spent all his time pounding gravel.
It took a long time-he was well past his prime,
but without him the trains couldn't travel.
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Re: Still here after all these years

Postby Mike Thomas » Sun Jun 14, 2020 7:41 am

Still here, still having fun, still learning. :-BD

2004 was by coincidence the first year The Present Mrs T and myself went to Switzerland. Here's a rough and ready snapshot. Happy Days !!

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Re: Still here after all these years

Postby ritter - John N » Sat Jul 18, 2020 9:58 pm

I've learned so much here, and made some great friends, all over the world. Thanks so much for this and keeping it going.
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Re: Still here after all these years

Postby HJM » Sun Jul 19, 2020 7:11 am

About ll that reading I mentioned elsewhere, my friend Turi was cleaning out "clutter" e.g. getting rid of a large stack of old "LOKI" mags. I took them all and slowly but surely I'm reading my way through them. Lots of interesting layouts, quite a few on the RhB theme. Always interesting to see how people interpret the RhB or any of the NG lines. From Nm to 5 and 7+ inch scale.
So far there have been 3 issues that I'll keep — stuff that I wasn't aware of from "back then".
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Re: Still here after all these years

Postby Richard J » Sun Jul 19, 2020 9:04 am

The Forum is much appreciated HJ, I started RhB trips in 2002 and the Forum has been a constant source a wealth of information since it started.

It has also allow Brian Nixon and myself to start our RhB Stations Website and thanx to your Forum HJ it has now received 5225 hits since last October.

Long may the Forum continue, thanks HJ.

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