The BP Holiday Issue

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The BP Holiday Issue

Postby GonzoBass » Tue Nov 28, 2017 8:46 am

...with Sheryl Crow on the cover.
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At least they still have the John Goldsby and Ed Friedland columns.

Have to admit though,
I am thinking of switching over to Model Railroader when this sub runs out.
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Re: The BP Holiday Issue

Postby hoytbasses » Wed Nov 29, 2017 9:36 am

GonzoBass wrote:...with Sheryl Crow on the cover.
[smilie=coz.gif]

At least they still have the John Goldsby and Ed Friedland columns.

Have to admit though,
I am thinking of switching over to Model Railroader when this sub runs out.


Lol: but then you have all the flame wars of which gauge track is best, historical significance of various engines.......whether to wear an engineer's cap while using the trains.... it sounds exhausting ;-)
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Re: The BP Holiday Issue

Postby Flash » Thu Nov 30, 2017 1:59 pm

From what I've seen Sheryl Crow has been playing bass when she tours for a while now. Granted she's not exactly known as a bass player and is definitely not the best choice for BP but whatever.
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Re: The BP Holiday Issue

Postby Eejif » Thu Nov 30, 2017 7:05 pm

hoytbasses wrote:Lol: but then you have all the flame wars of which gauge track is best, historical significance of various engines.......whether to wear an engineer's cap while using the trains.... it sounds exhausting ;-)


Is it HO gauge or H0 gauge? The people demand an answer!
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