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    Just see if anybody wants this stuff before I take it out of the crawl space.....1960's to 2000 Model Railroader, Trains, R&LP and other RR publications. 4 apple boxes full of stuff. I'll probably never read em again. They are not all years or all full years except maybe the 1980's. I'll deliver within a 100 mile radius of Omaha when it warms up outside. Tom
    Tom Zorko
    "She was a tall girl, could hunt geese with a rake"...Sheldon's mom

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    I would love to have them. I can come and pick them up or you could bring them up to Logan or Missouri Valley on your next photo shoot1

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    Cool! I shall gather them from the attic crawl space and then you and I will talk.
    Tom Zorko
    "She was a tall girl, could hunt geese with a rake"...Sheldon's mom

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    Quote Originally Posted by CGW101c View Post
    Cool! I shall gather them from the attic crawl space and then you and I will talk.
    Awesome! Thanks!!

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    Woe, that's quite a collection. Every once in a while I think about getting rid of mine, but have hung on to them for now. I barely finish new issues let alone go back and read the old issues.

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    I gave away all of my Model Railroading magazines a few years ago. While they used to be worth something, the internet has pretty much ruined any value. I ended up giving them away, and in fact it cost me money for the plastic bins I put them in so the the fellow could haul them off.

    I still hold on to the prototype ones, but to be honest I rarely ever go look at them any more.
    Bob Harbison
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob View Post
    While they used to be worth something, the internet has pretty much ruined any value.
    Or when Kalmbach Publishing put all 60+ years on to one disk...

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