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Re: Regional & Short Line Rail

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  • Jürg Rüedi
    Hi John Thanks for the good Link. I always appreciate the Coffee Break Section on your website. The one with the Regional and Short Line Rail is very helpful
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 31, 2007
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      Hi John

      Thanks for the good Link. I always appreciate the "Coffee Break"
      Section on your website. The one with the Regional and Short Line
      Rail is very helpful to see that many small Railoras owned just a few
      miles of Track. :-)

      best Regards
      Jürg

      http://www.rosetown.ch


      --- In z_scale@yahoogroups.com, "John Cubbin" <john_ztrains@...>
      wrote:
      >
      > Hi,
      >
      > As many of you may know I have a weekly feature on my website titled
      > "Coffee Break" where each week I highlight a product or website that
      > may be of interest to Z scalers. I normally don't make an
      announcement
      > for an individual topic, but this week's feature is so interesting I
      > wanted to make sure this one gets bookmarked!
      >
      > This week we link to a clickable map of North American and Mexican
      > regional and short line railroads. GP35s, GP7s and GP9s are a
      popular
      > choice for these Class II (regional) and Class III (short line)
      > railroads and with these 3 locos now being produced in Z, this
      > clickable map is a great reference for DIY paint and decal work.
      >
      > Many of these smaller railroads include a history as well as a photo
      > section on their websites.
      >
      > Visit Ztrains and check out this, as well as our archived, Coffee
      > Break links.
      >
      > Thanks!
      >
      > John Cubbin
      > Ztrains.com
      > http://www.ztrains.com
      >
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