I've been working on a couple of freight cars -- steam era, mind you
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-- a building and some vehicles.
And I have reached the conclusion that I am truly mediocre.
But I'm still having fun.
I do aspire to do models like Bill Welch, Brian Banna, Mal Houck, Neil
Schofield and so many others, but I'm a long way off.
Muddling along in West Hartford, Connecticut
On Wed, Oct 24, 2018 at 4:42 PM naptownprr <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Bravo! I have always assumed that we do model trains for fun! And I agree that not every model has to be a museum piece. If I approached it that way, I'd never get around to building my layout.
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Subject: [RealSTMFC] In defense of the blue box
Some light reading... and yet I hope it strikes a good chord. I still assemble
blue box kits and I get a kick out of it. :-) Not every model needs to be a museum