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hedge
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Congratulations Doug!

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Thank you so much for taking up the baton from David!

I hope the new forum is just as successful and friendly as the old one. Best of luck!

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I must echo these congrats! Great to see the forum back up and running...hopefully back to its former glory soon!

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Yay for the new forum :)

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Thank you Doug. Wish you success. :D

jesse6669
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Back in Black, as the song says ;)

Good to see most of the "regulars" starting to assemble again.

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Thanks guys.....but I'm only going to accept praise for setting up the necessary platform to allow the T gauge community to interact!

Like everyone else, I was shocked when the original forum closed down....and missed the community spirit that the forum had. I knew I had the knowledge and the resources to start up a forum.....so I thought "Why not!"

Its now over to all of you to get this new forum up to the high standard that existed on the old forum. All I ask is everyone treats the forum as a valuable resource...and I'll keep it going...... :D
Doug Kightley
Webmaster here and volunteer at the National Tramway Museum http://www.tramway.co.uk

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I totally agree with your comments and also wish you the best of luck.

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me too with the thanks and good wishes...!

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Best of luck with the forum. Have been busy moving house and although not much room got authority to build a 4ft by 2ft layout, just got to come up with a plan!!!

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I'm another exile from the old site, although an irregular visitor following password issues in recent times.

Hopefully this will spur me on to finally producing a T gauge layout after having the stuff for about four or five years!
J-Trains fiend in T, N & H0

DiTape
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Thanks for getting things going again .I hope every thing gets back to normal soon and all the old forum members join up.

Di

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ooooo thank you sooo much...i was lost and knew nothing of what had transpired at the old site, hopefully everybody finds this forum...I still got lots to learn, but the monorail project will go on! lol :mrgreen:

Will

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Thanks for picking up the torch from David, Doug!

My t-gauging has slowed to a crawl, mainly due to financial reasons (costs almost tripled in the last couple years O_o), but I still hope to do a North American layout sooner than later.

Glad to be back amongst fellow t-gaugers

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Thanks Doug for allowing us to have a forum again.

I was waiting for David to fix the old site and then received an email. Too bad. We had a lot of great ideas and images on that site.

By now your 3D printer finished a complete Santa Claus sleigh and all the reindeer in T.
It's alright to be itty bitty, runnin' itty bitty trains around an itty bitty city.

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Many thanks for all the congrats, everyone.

Lets hope 2014 is going to be a good year for everyone, particularly anyone involved in T gauge ;) ....and I wish you all a happy, prosporous and safe new year.
Doug Kightley
Webmaster here and volunteer at the National Tramway Museum http://www.tramway.co.uk

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