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If anyone's interested, I've completely redone the website for our small line. We added a fair amount of track and we're re-doing--my wife is redoing--the buildings.

http://chnm.gmu.edu/courses/magic/westover/

Thanks for looking! I could not have gotten this done without the help of this forum
 

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Lownote - your website is a charm. You've done a great job keeping it simple and to the point. That's a nice and neat little railroad there and the theme is solid all the way through. Looking forward to seeing more pictures as you modify and upgrade.... ;)

Actually you have also given me some inspiration for some changes to mine...

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Thanks for letting me drop by. It's a very nice site and worth the visit.

BTW: This coming from a CNR fan - the air tank, the feedwater heater and the centered headlight make that plane old Aristo look just like a 'real' steam engine should. :D

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I enjoyed your website. Nice railroad and good site. I like how your Thomas the Tank Engine came out. Is it track powered? What range do you get on the basic Train Engineer? It would be more convient to add a return to Home Page button at the bottom of each separate section. I liked the images that gave me a big picture when I clicked on it.

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Thank you all very much! I really could never have gotten this modest railway built without the generous help of people here.

Terl, Thomas is track powered, but the range on the Train Engineer Basic is just terrible--maybe five feet. I tried a bunch of things to improve it, including chokes and capacitors on the motor leads, but no go.

I'll add a "home" button, that's a good idea
 
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