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Name :   Charlie Vlk
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Name :   Kirk Reddie
Email or URL :   NScalerailroadN@aol.com
Comments/Questions :   Excellent!
Name :   Daryl Kruse
Email or URL :   home.attbi.com/~dpkruse
Comments/Questions :   Looks good... When's the next operating session?
Name :   Patrick Bentz
Email or URL :   phbentz@aptalaska.net
Comments/Questions :   I enjoyed looking at the photos of your railroad. You've done a nice job so far. Keep up the good work!
Name :   Alan Curtis
Email or URL :   alan@alancurtismodels.com
Comments/Questions :   Looking good so far. Nice to see a lesser-modelled road!
Name :   Andy Sperandeo
Email or URL :   asperandeo@mrmag.com
Comments/Questions :   Very nice looking layout. Are you having operating sessions? So long, Andy
Name :   gary roe
Email or URL :   wabashrr@swbell.net
Comments/Questions :   When do we get to see the BlueBird? Great job so far. Will be checking back regularly.
Name :   Mike
Email or URL :   emdgp30@yahoo.com
Comments/Questions :   Looks like a nice layout,I am a fellow CGW N Scale modeler myself. What do you guys use to keep your track clean?. Have you gone to metal wheel sets like intermountain or do you use micro trains low profile. I have not found a good way to clean the plasti
Name :   Daniel A. Napoliello
Email or URL :   napolidsaz@aol.com
Comments/Questions :   Remember the CGW in Omaha, 1960-1965. Passed passenger power on way to school every morning.
Name :   John Rus
Email or URL :   jkrus@attglobal.net
Comments/Questions :   Good looking layout guys! I'm a fellow CGW modeler in K.C., MO. I am currently filling my 22' x 50' basement with the Chicago Transfer to Oelwein line in H.O. I'll be checking back to view your progress.
Name :   Ken Willaman
Email or URL :   willaman@evcom.net
Comments/Questions :   Great layout. Best website I have ever seen for a train layout.
Name :   Brian Chapman
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Comments/Questions :   Love it! Love IT! LOVE IT! I'm about to lay N scale track in the Portage area . . . may have to ask you some questions as I go. Brian Chapman
Name :   Craig Calandrerlli
Email or URL :   cscalandrelli@wi.rr.com
Comments/Questions :   I am also building an N-Scale model train layout. It is not historically correct, but I would like to give it a CGW theme. Having trouble finding CGW rolling stock.
Name :   Jim O'Donnell
Email or URL :   jim.o'donnell@getronics.com
Comments/Questions :   Mike and Marshall, Nice site!
Name :   John McCarthy
Email or URL :   jmccarthy1989@mindspring.com
Comments/Questions :   Truly a great web site for a great layout!
Name :   Mike Cassidy
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Comments/Questions :   Great Layout......thanks for sharing with us (me). Mike Santa Clarita, Ca
Name :   Dale Andreas
Email or URL :   aMrDetour@aol.com
Comments/Questions :   very nice, very, very nice. After seeing what you have accomplished in "N" im going to make the switch.
Name :   Donald Zitzewitz
Email or URL :   djzitzewitz@aaahawk.com
Comments/Questions :   I've seen this! Nice. Brighten the blue printing on the left of the screen. I have windows behind me and it is almost impossible to read--others may have the same trouble. Nice site.
Name :   Mike Cassidy
Link to your site or post your email addy :   Nscalemike@aol.com
Comments/Questions :   Great layout guys! Thanks for sharing...excellant pics. Mike Santa Clarita, CA
Name :   Dennis Dart
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Comments/Questions :   A very splendid site, much better than a poke in the eye with a frozen kipper!
Name :   Dave
Link to your site or post your email addy :   http://members.aol.com:/mtldrmcwby/mindovermetal003.html
Comments/Questions :   Stumbled across your sight and great I been lookin for fallen flag sites and CGW has been a fav since i from chicago....
Name :   Helge Kristoffersson
Link to your site or post your email addy :   http://medlem.spray.se/kri1938/
Comments/Questions :   Very nice looking layout and also the way you have shown the trackplan together with photos for each part of it. Really good. /Helge
Name :   John Whitby
Link to your site or post your email addy :   http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/john.whitby/
Comments/Questions :   Great work guys. Really enjoyed visiting your site. The scenic modelling is excellent.
Name :   Bill Denton
Link to your site or post your email addy :   Wdenton101@aol.com
Comments/Questions :   Great website and layout. Almost as good on the web as it is in person. I like the photos under Equipment Roster. Especially the details of the work you did on the models.
Name :   Neal Briest
Link to your site or post your email addy :   nealb@mnse.us
Comments/Questions :   I model the NP and the GN in Washington. I live in Minneapolis, Mn and am a friend of Jon Bratt from NP Modellers.
Name :   jeff jacobs
Link to your site or post your email addy :   jplfans@aol.com
Comments/Questions :   I like the operation possibilities and the open spaces.just sent an e mail to b.denton,I'm also buildind a city,but it would sure be nice to have the room to open her up!Good work .
Name :   Dave Fiore
Link to your site or post your email addy :   df514@aol.com
Comments/Questions :   Wonderful job of modeling CGW - enjoyed photos of Ovaltine plant - I wrote an article on CGW service at Ovaltine published in North Western Lines - I live just a couple of miles away from plant (now loft apartments) - I am starting HO CGW layout on Easter
Name :   charles werner
Link to your site or post your email addy :   cgwrr116a@yahoo.com
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Name :   Ken Johnson
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Comments/Questions :   Mike and Marshall: Saw the first shot of your CGW in MR Trackside Photos this month. Looking forward to seeing the full feature in GMR.--ken
Name :   Larry Rinehart
Link to your site or post your email addy :   lrinehart@hotmail.com
Comments/Questions :   Nice layout and I do have some CGW N scale stock. My best rework item is a wooden caboose #221. You can see some of our clubs items at ww.drgw.net/~desmointrak. Larry
Name :   Brion Oakley
Link to your site or post your email addy :   bjolco@aol.com
Comments/Questions :   Great work, wonderful layout! I enjoyed "visiting" your layout through your site.
Name :   Robert Weber
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Comments/Questions :   Mike/Marshall, I live in Crystal Lake Illinos and saw your names associated with Northwest N-Trak, as mentioned by Charlie Vlk on BRHS and others on CGW. I travel much, but would like to meet you at a N-Trak meeting one of these days. I need to get
Name :   Frank B. Musil
Link to your site or post your email addy :   fbmusil@ilap.com
Comments/Questions :   Nice work. I got your site address from MRs 2003 model layouts spec.issue. Q: Did the CGW RS-2 have painted numbers on the body, if so, what colour (I'm Cdn., eh?), and where is it on the body. Your photo of same come out very dark on screen, and I cou
Name :   Don Zitzewitz
Link to your site or post your email addy :   djzitzewitz@aaahawk.com
Comments/Questions :   Almost as good in the virtual version as the real, but not quite!
Name :   Terry Hughes
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Comments/Questions :   Just read your article in Great Model Railroads... you've done an outstanding job - great trackplan, industries and cornfields. The shot in the magazine just east of Ingalton does a better job of evoking the rural midwest than anything I've seen. I've sav
Name :   Nathan
Link to your site or post your email addy :   riverroute@hotmail.com
Comments/Questions :   Hey there! I saw your layout featured in GMR and was amazed to see a fellow model railroader who is also into Shelby Dodges! Just thought I'd drop on by and check your website out. I'm from WI and now that winter is almost here I'll be getting back full s
Name :   L. C. Casinger
Link to your site or post your email addy :   cashhtenn@msn.com
Comments/Questions :   Viewed your layout in the new GMR 2003 from KALMBACH. Very precise, very believable. Thank you both. LCC.
Name :   JT COLSON
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Comments/Questions :   Is this the MARSHALL SKIBBE that went to St Andrews Luth in Park Ridge class of '68? If so, HI! Glad to see you're still modeling! Saw the article in the Great ModelRR 2003 Mag... LOOKS GREAT! I stuck with O-Scale traction. (Terrell Colson) vw53bug@myexce
Name :   Shawn Trudeau
Link to your site or post your email addy :   srtrudeau@hotmail.com
Comments/Questions :   Excellent work Marshall and Mike, your layout deserves to be recognized (I just picked up GMR 2003). I would love to see some layout construction photos, if you have any and can find the time to post them. Thanks.
Name :   Paul Plovick
Link to your site or post your email addy :   paulplovick@surfbest.net
Comments/Questions :   I'm truly envious not only at the great work but also to see the Editor of Model Railroader magazine signed your guestbook. If he's impressed that's great since he's published nothing but the best!
Name :   Jason Merrill
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Comments/Questions :   Great Layout. Saw it in Great model Railroads 2003.
Name :   Bryan Monek
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Comments/Questions :   Love those SD 40's!
Name :   Daniel Booher
Link to your site or post your email addy :   daniel_booher@tones.com
Comments/Questions :   Just wanted to say I like your sight. It's nice to see CGW in any scale these days. I'm an HO'er but my brother is the N scale guy. We both model The CGW, CNW, and M&STL. I live in Marshalltown, IA and have a Father that is a 30 year railroader now so I g
Name :   Robert Gilmore
Link to your site or post your email addy :   robert3985@aol.com
Comments/Questions :   Nice little layout. I enjoyed the article in MR's Great Model Railroads. I'm a firm believer in modeling prototype scenes and the best layouts at least make an attempt at it.
Name :   Rick Hall
Link to your site or post your email addy :   rabidbikerboy@hotmail.com
Comments/Questions :   Nice work guys, looking forward to GMR's. Was in Oelewin this summer & visited the tower &"museum" they had there. Have been hangin with Mike Hurlburt of late, but have done more bycle related activities with him (he is pres. of local bike club & working
  
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