GUEST BOOK entries from 2002

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Jim GriffinWhat a great site! It loads so fast and has so much information! Many thanks - I will visit this in the future. Super job.January 14, 2002

Walter E. Pfefferlegreat job on the site, spent about 1/2 hour and only got about 1/4 through it. too much info for 1 visit.January 14, 2002

Jim McCandlessGreat Idea. I spent the whole day on your site. January 16, 2002

Ian ChandlerI loved it all!!! Spent the day here!!January 23, 2002

Jim MancusoYour site is getting even better all the time. Keep up the great work. One thing I would like to see is printable maps and schematics. I am doing book research and updating what I have previously done on CN and CP. February 25, 2002

Jeffrey BilgerJust thought we'd drop you a note to say, Thanks for all your efforts on this website. It's great and it is appreciated!May 10, 2002

Long ShotYou have a beautiful site! It's so comprehensive and fun to view. Thanks a million.June 10, 2002

Alf GoodallGreat site. Found it very interesting because of the historical material (I model "old stuff") but also enjoyed all the current material. Best wishes in your continued enjoyment doing this as it must be a work of "love". June 11, 2002

Charles S.Sultana Jr.Lots of great info, and photographs. I freelance for Canadian Railway Station News, and Vol 2 will soon be released.August 4, 2002

Blackie BlackmooreI like it !September 24, 2002

Steve GriffithsLots of good information. I am surprised my internet searches did not show it. I was given url via TH&B forum. Keep up the good work.October 18, 2002

Pierre FournierVery good so far. I'll need some more time to see it all. There is so much to see.October 20, 2002

Frank BihariThis is an excellent and comprehensive website. It obviously represents countless hours of work and dedication. The information it contains will undoubtedly be of great use to me in my modelling efforts in the months and even years to come. Keep up the outstanding work!October 25, 2002

Jack Van BuekenhoutAlways of interest to an armchair modeller. As a Westerner, it is always interesting to see what is happening in the more populated part of the country, i.e. no wide-open spaces.December 11, 2002