Posted By Spule 4 on 05/21/2008 9:06 PM
Posted By carpenter matt on 05/21/2008 7:39 PM
Vic, I'm guessing he sold the buisness not the physical building. he had his"store" in a building next to his home. He had a rather large garden railroad and 7 1/2" gauge ride on around his property.
I checked it out once, but to far to be practical for regular shopping. /DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/mls/emoticons/sad.gif" border=0>" border=0>
Maybe someone in Columbus bought him out
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Wow, did not notice the garden or LS railways when we were there last winter.
I see nothing has changed since moving from that area over 15 years ago. People in Columbus/Franklin county consider anything outside I-270 to be the sticks and Licking county to be a trek to the middle of nowhere. But for all of us in Licking county, Columbus was our regular 30-45 minute commute.....
Spule, I live west of Franklin county in Madison County. To be honest he's north east of franklin and in the "sticks" I say that because I turned off the paved road to get there, litterally. If he carried Fn3 stuff I might deal with him, I did buy ALOT of detail parts from him for future projects. Very nice man! just doesn't sell what I need. Also I drive enough during the week! And right now I'm spending $150.00 on gas as it is to keep my work van on the road/DesktopModules/NTForums/themes/mls/emoticons/sick.gif.