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    1. Japanese FRISCO railfan
      Japanese FRISCO railfan
      HI gjslsffan

      thank you for your reply.
      Thank you for your cooperation.
      I'm sorry for the sudden question.
      got it.
      I'm glad to receive a lot of information from other members of Frisco.org.

      Thank you

      Nobutaka
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    2. Japanese FRISCO railfan
      Japanese FRISCO railfan
      Thank you for watching.
      Nice to meet you.
      I like FRISCO painting the most among EMD E7E8.
      I'm sorry, but the gold molding and the red paint on the tip of the cab are especially nice.
      I love FRISCO and MKT's Texas special trains.
      I'm amazed at how quickly the E7 was remodeled into a red-colored E8 type by removing the stainless steel corrugated body three years after it was manufactured from EMD.
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      2. gjslsffan
        gjslsffan
        Hi.
        I am sorry but know very little about E7 or E8.
        Mar 25, 2022
    3. Gabriel G.
      Gabriel G.
      I really like your models Tom. Your YouTube channel was part of what inspired me to create an account on Frisco.org.
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      2. gjslsffan
        gjslsffan
        Thanks Gabriel, I am glad you like them. I appreciate your comments.
        Sep 18, 2020
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    4. Bob
      Bob
      Hello there: Do you know anyone around the Denver area that paints HO scale models? I can't draw a straight line let alone paint one.
      1. gjslsffan
        gjslsffan
        Hi Bob I dont really know any modelers in Denver that paint locos.
        But I am sure there are a few that do. I would go to Caboose Hobbies and ask around if it were me.
        Mar 2, 2019
    5. yardmaster
      yardmaster
      Have a swell birthday, Tom Holley!

      Best Regards,
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    6. Sirfoldalot
      Sirfoldalot
      HI tOM The $52.00 includes shipping - rather have a money order or check - no pay pal please.
      I can get it in tomorrow's mail if you want it?
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    7. wpmoreland719
      wpmoreland719
      Hey Tom, do you have any no. 4 turnouts on your layout? If so, I was wondering if you've had any problems with your SD45 traveling over them with the rails aligned for a straight pass. I have one left hand no. 4 on my mainline (it's gotta go sooner or later), and sometimes when the SD45 reaches it, it wants to travel off to the left, even when it's aligned straight. It think the problem is more with the turnout than the locomotive, but it's the only unit that does it. Even the old blue-box SD40-2 passes over it smoothly.

      Thanks,

      Pat
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    8. wpmoreland719
      wpmoreland719
      Did you receive the check? I think I mailed it Tuesday. That would be pretty quick USPS!
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    9. Soo2408
      Soo2408
      Wow! That is some great looking power. Really like the QA&P Geep and the SD40. Nice work.
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    10. friscobob
      friscobob
      Glad to see someone else has an RS2M in their roster. I also have black & yellow GP7s, just no QAP Geeps.

      Nice work!
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    11. gjslsffan
      gjslsffan
      Thanks Bob they were a blast to build
      Tom
    12. bob_wintle
      bob_wintle
      Tom:
      Thanks for posting the pictures of your locomotives. There is only one thing wrong with them. That is that they are not on my layout. Wow they are nice. Thanks again.
      Bob Wintle MMR
      Parsons, Ks.
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    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Grand Junction, Colorado USA
    Occupation:
    Retired Locomotive Engineer
    First Name:
    Tom
    Last Name:
    Holley
    Era:
    70's - Present
    Area of Interest:
    Mostly western USA
    Layout Description and Progress:
    HO scale 50X30 in metal bldg
    Special Interests:
    Quanah Acme & Pacific, Frisco
    Why are you joining this site?:
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    SLSF QA&P and Rio Grande/SP

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    Tom Holley

    My YouTube MRR videos
    https://www.youtube.com/user/gjslsffan/videos
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