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    Happy 3rd Birthday, RMR!

    This past weekend marked the third anniversary of RMR's official launch. It's been a very good three years. Allen and I believe this forum is living up to the expectations we had. That's because of all of you who are members making this a great place to talk and share things about the hobby, without the drama found elsewhere.
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    Happy third anniversary RMR! This place has been a w0nderful place to hang out at. Thanks guys for providing this forum.



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      Aspire to inspire before I expire

      Common sense, is so rare it should be a Marvel "superpower".


      • michael13j
        michael13j commented
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        no other forum has the quality PEOPLE as we do at RMR. I'm blessed.

      • Paul S.
        Paul S. commented
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        The cake 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

        I totally agree about the people, Michael.

      Happy Anniversary!!! This forum has been a very inspirational place for me. Everyone on here has been very helpful with all my questions and post's. Thanks!!!
      The Silver Flash Mining Co. Hon30


        Glad to be a part.

        Should we start creating affiliate Amazon links for this forum now? 🙄
        Follow along on Facebook as well.


          When the day came that I could no longer stand some of the snide and condescending remarks on the "big' model railroading site (and the person running it defended them and not me) I thought for sure that my forum days were over. Then by either luck or divine guidance I found RMR. I can't begin to tell you how happy I am to be here. And not just for the respect everyone shows to each other. But also, I firmly believe that this forum attracts some of the best of the best in the hobby.

          Loren Clarke - Fort Worth, Texas
          Modeling the Pittsburg & Shawmut railroad.

          "Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above". James 1:17


            Thanks to all the members! You ALL have made this forum an enjoyable place to hang out!
            The Little Rock Line Blog

            Rule #1 of model railroading.
            It's probably responsible for the greatest number of shoddy layouts because no one feels compelled to improve themselves. Meh, good enough...


              It's been a fun 3 years and as Allen said it's because of the membership, a first class bunch of guys!!
              But the biggest thanks go to Paul and Allen and moderators for their vigilance and guidance.