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Jack Martin
jemarl@msn.com
Thursday May 11, 2006

Thanks for the inspiration. I have 2 grandsons, 9 and 18 months. I hope to have a backyard, 1" scale, riding railroad for them to enjoy next summer - okay, it's for me too!


bien and jenn valdez
tibstabs at yahoo.com
Wednesday February 22, 2006

Bien, my husband and I got the chance to visit your site.. We too are Valdez from the Philippines!


Ernest Head
ehead at alltrl.net
Thursday December 22, 2005

Just getting started in G-Scale--and you have already flung a craveing on me for a "ride on model"---Ernest


Frans Muchael Rambing
fransmr at plasa.com
Friday December 16, 2005

Hi James Valdez Very nice to visit your family photos on your website, Tx


Daniel ke
dan_ke2005 at yahoo.com
Tuesday November 15, 2005

nice to meet you


Tim McCulloch
tmcculloch @ yahoo.com
Sunday October 16, 2005

Jaime, nice looking website! Anything new since 9-1-2004 update? Go railroading!!!


Julian Cavazos
jules65_97 at yahoo.com
Friday October 14, 2005

enjoyed your site. I am thinking of doing this on my property. Something different for people and kids to see and enjoy in our small town of 5000. Thanks again for sharing your dreams and family photos.


kathryn
notpublic
Friday September 16, 2005

hi. nicely put together website! visit my page at phatfamilyof8.tripod.com .


Bob Estler
bob.estler at castrol.com
Wednesday September 14, 2005

Take the spaces out on either side of the @ (to foil automatic spammers). Thanks for showing what you can do with minimal equipment and $. Your tips will be most helpful if I get to 1" scale. I saw and rode RidingRail Kits demo at the July 05 Garden Railway show in IL. I would have plunked down the $4600 for the detailed / sound equipped kit, except for the fact that my central A/C died that morning and gobbled up $4600! The recent price increase may have put the kabosh on building a line.


Phil Bean
pbeanbsa at aol.com
Saturday August 13, 2005

Really enjoyed the pictures of your layouts especially the little one running all over the yard.


Jim D Eagle
JimDarkEagle at msn.com
Saturday May 21, 2005

Thank you for sharing your site. J D


Jim Fawson
jfawson at amos-andrews.com
Friday April 08, 2005

Nice layouts. Great tips also on the 1" scale. Thanks


john cuchinski
johnjcuchinski at yahoo.com
Thursday March 31, 2005

Hi Jaime, I am getting into 1" scale now. Already have N gauge, HO gauge, O gauge, G gauge. Now, the next step. Keep up the good work.


Robert Todd
rktsnellga at juno.com
Wednesday February 16, 2005

Veri nice site, I enjoy all things trains. Myself, currently, 4'x8' HO, 3'x5' N, and almost 13'x30' (app.) oval in basement of (G) Large Scale.


Dennis Andews
dandrew8 at tampabay.rr.com
Tuesday February 08, 2005

Swell site. Really enjoyed seeing your layout. I am interested in starting a layout, I have a one-acre lot to work with (with house, pool and shed) and would also like to use it for a Christmas display. I now own two G-scale trains which I set-up around our Christmas trees and a small N-scale which is on top of our counter between the kitchen and family room, with a small christmas tree inside to circle. This would be a dream come true to have a layout similiar to yours. Good Luck as you continue. I will be checking back to see how it is coming. Dennis Andrews, Spring Hill, FL.


Dennis Andews
dandrew8 at tampabay.rr.com
Tuesday February 08, 2005

Swell site. Really enjoyed seeing your layout. I am interested in starting a layout, I have a one-acre lot to work with (with house, pool and shed) and would also like to use it for a Christmas display. I now own two G-scale trains which I set-up around our Christmas trees and a small N-scale which is on top of our counter between the kitchen and family room, with a small christmas tree inside to circle. This would be a dream come true to have a layout similiar to yours. Good Luck as you continue. I will be checling back to see how it is coming. Dennis Andrews, Spring Hill, FL.


Larry Vitagliano
lvitagliano at pyramidhotels.com
Thursday December 30, 2004

Mr. Valdez, What a great wed site. I'm getting interested in model railkits and you have provided me with a lot to absorb. You generosity of knowledge is much apreciated. Should I take the next step and actually purchase a railkit I would like to contact you for advise. Thank you 12.29.04


namemarcus vincent
marcusvincent at sbcg;pba;.net
Saturday November 20, 2004

Jaime, Thanks for the great site! I don't have much time for trains, but enjoy viewing others' work via the web. Keep up the good work! Sincerely Marcus Vincent


Richard P. Allen
rparail3985 at earthlink.net
Tuesday November 16, 2004

Hello Jaime V. Thanks for all your help and support out at MCLB, Barstow, 11/16/2004. This is a great hobby project that you have going. The RR Route around your property and the riding train is really nice! I would love to see you get to the point of running steam someday. If you ever want to see some of our railroad photography, our web address is www.eastwestrails.com! I have the Western side of things! Take Care! Richard


Dan Sebulsky
masterscale76 at yahoo.com
Monday November 08, 2004

Hello from nothern Idaho and Montana state line area;Close to the Great Northern R.R. Route. I am into Gn3 and some 1:32 scale the past 8 years. There is a club, I was a member couple years ago. Inland Northwest Garden Railroad Society; Which is 100 miles south of my location,Where I have my outdoor layout!..I am into Shays,Climax`s and Porter`s,etc.My new thing is Gn15 scale, mining and light industrial branch lines to my ore mine.So much about me? .. Drop me an e-mail sometime. Thanks for your web-site.Bye for now, Dan


David Cobb
cobb at aol.com
Friday October 22, 2004

Been retired for four years-hope this can help beat the boredom! Have just over an acre which has a pond on it at the bottom of the hill Want to do A riding train & a "G" TRAIN on same route! Thanks for sharing your web pages-they're GREAT! David