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    #16
    Originally posted by eric View Post
    With 11,000 posts, you seem to be holding your own.... i merged the count from your PORU account btw...

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    I was wondering why it jumped up so high, was going to say, there is absolutely no way I've posted that much with this account. Thank you!
    -Shawn K-
    Derby Rail Shops

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      #17
      Born and raised in South Louisiana, (south/southwest of New Orleans)...Got to Texas as fast as I could after 11 years in USAF. English spoken here...with a Texan twang.....

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        #18
        Ok can't Edit My Last Post to Merge,*. Born in The Old Bartow General Hospital( No Longer Standing ) in Bartow,FL. Winter Haven,FL's My Home-Town. I've lived in several different places throughout FL & Polk County during My Youth. One Alot may know of is Mulberry,FL due to Its Rich Phosphate-Railroad History. But to cut down on Town names till Attalla,AL recently,..I was able to Move to Gadsden,Al for a bit before going back to South GA for awhile. Then in '16, went back to Gadsden for a few years. Tried Montgomery,AL, but didn't work out. Last after Gadsden, it's been Attalla,AL here.

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          #19
          Yorkville IL about 45 miles outside of Chicago. Grew up in a western suburb of Wheaton IL about milepost 26 on the former CNW now Uncle Pete. Wheaton was also the hub of a interurban railroad the Chicago Aurora and Elgin. More trains and railroading in this region then you can shake a stick at!
          Kevin Kelleher

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            #20
            Also the Chicago area. Grew up within bike ride distance of Deval Junction. Now living a little further outside that but still along the CNW Harvard subdivision.

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              #21
              Okay,

              this is not what I intended, I just wanted members to fill in their profile but since
              so many have shared I guess I could also....

              I was born in South Africa, moved to Zambia (then called Northern Rhodesia) when I was
              three, I loved Zambia but my parents moved the Family to New Zealand when I was twelve,
              I was not a fan after the joys of Zambia so moved to Australia when I finished High School.

              I love Australia and am truely at home, politics aside...

              Cheers

              Daniel
              Daniel - Sydney (Glad I'm not in Townsville)
              It used to be my favourite place in the world.

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                #22
                I had Qantas and Virgin Australia as clients when I was in sales. I could totally see myself living in Oz. Patchett's Pies and Brekky Creek Hotel for lunch... Yum.

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                  #23
                  Born in the California Bay area. Been living in North Las Vegas since 91. English
                  Will
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                  "Old age and treachery will overcome youth and skill!!"

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                    #24
                    French Speaking but very comfortable with my English. Living near Montreal, CANADA and am 65 now. I always liked trains and still do today. I am still working route templates for the Activity Generator (AG) software. Traveled on the Canadian under CP in June 1978 on a coach for 3 days, 4 months before VIA Rail's takeover of its operations in late October 1978. At that time the Canadian departed from Montreal and Toronto, both trains merging at Sudbury for the trip to Vancouver. Loved it!

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                    Denis

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                      #25
                      French Canadian. My english speaking is ok.Living west of Montréal.And the REM,still under construction,will start in 2024.From Montréal to Deux Montagnes.New coaches and no ENGiNEER to drive it. Can't wait to see that!!!!

                      Cheers.

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                        #26
                        "Brekky Creek Hotel" a great pub..
                        Daniel - Sydney (Glad I'm not in Townsville)
                        It used to be my favourite place in the world.

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