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  • Welcome to our newest members.

    Please welcome the 2 members who joined Railroad-Line on Monday

    INRAIL who is Tom Johnson and who is from Kewanna, Indiana

    Tom wrote the following in his profile.

    I have been an art teacher for the last 32 years and can retire next year. I have also been a model railroader since high school. My wife of 32 years is an elementary teacher and my daughter is a junior at Indiana State U. I grew up along the Nickel Plate and Pennsylvania railroads in Plymouth, Indiana. My railroad is The Indiana Northern Rail Corporation or INRAIL for short.


    rfmicro who is Trent Mulkern

    Welcome to the forum and I hope you enjoy the time you spend here at Railroad-Line.
    <img src="" alt="" /><br /><br>John Bagley<br /><br>Modeling the Alaska Railroad in HO in Wildwood Georgia.

  • #2
    Welcome Tom and Trent to the forum...a great meeting place of the model railroad minds!

    Hey Tom, I'm an elementary school teacher and I've created railroads with the children in my class...a novel way to introduce all kinds of knowledge and skills across the curriculum! [:-apple]
    Mike Hamer

    Ottawa, Ontario, Canada


    • #3
      Hello and welcome! Glad to have you onboard.



      • #4
        Hey, Guys, Welcome to RR-Line!


        • #5
          Welcome to the RR-L Forums, guys.

          Tom, you know that I'm a fan of both your modeling and your photography. I'm glad that you've joined the crew.


          • #6
            Welcome Tom and Trent to the Crew!!!!!! Kevin


            • #7
              Welcome to RR-L, folks. Thanks for signing on with us.


              • #8
                Welcome, Tom and Trent and enjoy the Forum!


                • #9
                  Welcome aboard Tom and Trent!


                  • #10
                    Welcome to the RR-L, Trent and Tom!

                    D&B Lumber Co.

                    "The Best Wood You Ever Saw!"


                    • #11
                      WELCOME ABOARD TOMid="blue"> & TRENTid="blue">!id="maroon">id="size5">id="Comic Sans MS"> I hope our forum will assist in peaking your interests in modeling. Thanks for signing on.


                      Originally posted by Bbags

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                      • #12
                        Well, you guys are in for a treat now. I got to know Tom a little on another board I used to post at. I left that becuase of the overwheming lack of content an some real chuckleheads. Also, because I found this great site. Tom was one of the bright spots. His weathering of covered hoppers and his layout are fantastic. Tom, you are going to have to share your fabulous techniques with us. One of our members LV4142003 has burned out his printer printing out your covered hopper pics. Welcome aboard.

                        Trent...Welcome too!!


                        • #13
                          Thanks guys for the welcome. I really appreciate it. I have heard so much about this great forum and its outstanding model railroaders. I don't know what took me so long to get on board but I finally got it done. Thanks again. Tom Johnson


                          • #14
                            Hey Mike, my wife and I have given away tons of old Model Railroader and Railroad Model Craftsman magazines to our students over the years. I have taught a few mini courses on model railroading to elementary and jr. high students over the years. Many of these students had no idea what model railroading was all about until they looked at the pictures in the magazines. It really opened their eyes. Tom Johnson


                            • #15
                              Welcome aboard Tom and Trent