Friday, August 9, 2013

The 100th Post, and the Sheriff of Bloggingham Rides Again..

Hey!  I've reached post number 100!  Another milestone!  And what better way to celebrate than to clean up some of the dead/inactive blogs on my blog roll. ;)

First let me tell you the first time I announced I was doing this a few people took umbrage with me.  Like I actually have the ability to wipe blogs of the face of the world wide web!  My one buddy even went so far as to call me the Sheriff of Bloggingham.  LOL  Of course I have the ability to close down inactive blogs on the net.  And Al Gore is the father of the internet.  And I have a bridge for sale in Brooklyn...  What I can do though is not to promote them on my blog page.  So, without further ado...

Two blogs have gone beyond the 4 month mark so I will drop them in favor of some blogs that are pretty active, and that I've been enjoying reading lately.  

The Georgetown Branch seemed to die again with nothing posted in 7 months and The W & A Civil War Blog hit 5 months so.. Buh Bye..

You'll now find the following entertaining blogs:

Gene's P48 Blog- An interesting Proto 48 blog.

Trackside Scenery- Dave Frary's fun blog where you'll read mostly about trains and scenery, but sometimes Lobster Fishing and occasionally BBQ.  Always entertaining though.

Dan D. Sparks-  Dan D. Sparks has a fun and well laid out blog on his traction layout based on the San Diego Electric Railway in H.O. Scale.  If you've ever wondered what a Grand Union is or how one is built, check out Dan's Blog.

JLandT Railroad-  The last blog on my recommended list is the JL and T Railroad blog.  It's a neat layout based on one of my other favorite northeastern RR's, The Reading.

There you go!  Lost 2 but I added 4!  :p

Update: For those of you who have been following along for awhile:  Jim Lincoln's blog still proclaims he hasn't died, though that was posted over 1 1/2 years ago.  I'm happy to report I saw Jim a week ago at an op session, and he's very much alive. ;)

Oh and Commodore.. Three months and counting..

Can you say embargo?  :p


  1. Have you visited Art Kuperstein's blog
    Dick Bradley

  2. Hi Dick,

    Took a look at Art's blog. Very nice! Looks like he's doing the southern end of the RR. I can't to see his progress. :) I'm adding his blog to the blog roll.