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Dear MRF team, just a few words to say how delighted I am to be a member of such a fantastic team of experts.

Since joining a couple of days ago, I have asked a few questions and have had loads of brilliant answers and offers of help. I really appreciate this as I am returning to the hobby after a lapse of about 40+ years.
Each and every member who replied was friendly, courteous, pleasant, offered to send images of scenery or layouts to help me or just said hi and welcome, and they all went out of there way to offer help and/or guidance.
MRF have a fantastic website and a lot of ingenious and helpful members. I am glad that I joined and wish the team and members a lot of good luck for the future and I know with people like you, the forum can only go from strength to strength.
I know that as from membership date, if ever I have a problem I can come to you for a fast and dependable efficient service. Thanking you one and all.

Regards ........ from a very happy member in Northern Ireland.
 

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Hi Brian,

Welcome to the forum, I felt exactlly the same as you when I first joined and still do today.

Also I see you are from Coleraine. I'm not that far away from you as I live in Templepatrick. Small world!

Rob
 

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Hi Brian - I'm glad that you like the site and have had a good response to your queries.

I think that the general ethos of the site is one of friendly support and appreciation amongst members who share a common hobby.
 

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Hi Brian,from one fellow 'old toy shop'fan to another. Frame in sunny Padstow.
 

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Welcome, Brian. We need to give the bouquets to Doug - it ain't easy running a forum such as this and slot forum, so credit where its due!


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You are very welcome Brian after all that is what the forum is all about in my opinion.

Happy modelling

Kind regards
Paul
 

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QUOTE (Doug @ 6 Mar 2009, 08:16) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I think that the general ethos of the site is one of friendly support and appreciation amongst members who share a common hobby.

Even if we do every now and then indulge in a little thread hi-jacking!

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QUOTE Even if we do every now and then indulge in a little thread hi-jacking!

The warning signs are mentions of "steeple cabs", rabbits and penguins.....

Enjoy

David
 

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QUOTE (dwb @ 6 Mar 2009, 22:56) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>The warning signs are mentions of "steeple cabs", rabbits and penguins.....

I don't what you mean, we haven't had a thread on rabbits at all this year - yet!

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If you want to discuss rabits, please be quick.

I have one hidden on my layout (for the amusement of the grandchildren) but there is also a fox stalking it and no burrow (yet ?)
 

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QUOTE (BobB @ 9 Mar 2009, 10:04) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>If you want to discuss rabits, please be quick.

I have one hidden on my layout (for the amusement of the grandchildren) but there is also a fox stalking it and no burrow (yet ?)

Sounds a bit like the penguins on a certain Belgian layout!

And I didn't even mention Alastairs favourite type of loco.......

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QUOTE (60134 @ 10 Mar 2009, 13:50) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>.... not to mention the lovers in action on one of the Fleischmann show layouts!


.....and a certain Belgian layout

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QUOTE (alastairq @ 10 Mar 2009, 19:30) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>talking of steeplecabs....

Who - us? Never!!

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