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    Default Wot! - another toy train set?

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    That's awesome Phil. Is it posted yet? I have to go look now. Thanks for all you do. I love your routes.
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    Very nice. Great sounds.
    Interested in all Train-Sims

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    The DLS is down again, maybe it is updating? Goes down a lot anymore.
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    You have way to much time on your hands.

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    Haha right, but for people like me, this is really a very serious hobby, I mean I have lots of toy train sets and I keep buying new ones every month, Majority of my friends think that trains are only for boys and not for men, but the monthly budget that I spend on buying these RC trains, is not the job of just kids lol. However, the perception that toy RC trains are a "boy's hobby" only is not true.

    So I love these train sets and I do not think that for next few years Iím going to stop buying these

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    Phil did you release this route?
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    Bob --

    Nope. But "in due course" N3V will (I hope) release it as part of a package of other model railroad layouts.

    Until then you will just have to make do with my tabletop toy train layouts. Which, by the way, I find incredible fun to construct and operate. And they can be completed in one lifetime instead of several. The latest is the "Hoofhearted and Smelz".

    Phil

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    I grabbed Hoofhearted the other day, nice stuff as usual from you. Glad you are getting some compensation for your routes, they are worth whatever they cost.
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