A group from Indiana University's PBS Station drove up to Atlanta, Indiana and filmed this story about us - and what we are doing to promote the hobby to families here in Indiana. I thought you folks might enjoy it.
Very nice video and story! Makes me wish I lived up near the Yankee Atlanta! 😉
Great work Steve! I wish I didn’t live so far away (New England).
Steve, that was really nice to watch. You deserve a nod of the hat for what it appears that you've done for your town of Atlanta. Whether it was all an insightful vision of yours and your wife, and/or a matter of timing, where things just came together, it's still impressive and something to be proud of.
Sometimes a new business will open that hurts a town in some way: Your business appears to be a real blessing. Some folks get real nervous when in front of a video camera, but you came across as very personable in the interview portions. Again, congratulations.
Plus, I'd always wondered where the name "Mr. Muffin" came from: Now I know.
Very nice video, Steve. You two have done a great job with your adventure. When I drove down to see you a couple years ago as a side trip from attending a bridge tournament in West Lafayette, I was beginning to think I must have gotten lost before I got there. It is rather amazing that you have been able to make Atlanta, IN a destination for a 3-rail O gauge hobby shop. It reminds of the field of dreams "Build it and they will come."
In any event, congratulations on your success and for sharing your new video.
Congrats on the TV coverage! I enjoyed watching the segment!
Awesome Steve Liz camera shy?
Very nice video, Steve. Thanks for sharing the info and sharing your layout with the public.
Very nice video Steve and a neat insight into the town of Atlanta. Coming from a small railroad town it is a wonderful to see what Atlanta has to offer. Brings back many good memories.
Great video with an even better lesson for everyone! Very impressive.
Hi Steve ,
I really enjoyed that video , congrats on developing Atlanta. Someday we all have to pay you guys a visit.
Thoroughly enjoyed the video. As a Boilermaker, a little hard to click on a video made by IU's PBS station, but I soon got past that! I think its fantastic what you have done for Atlanta. I have yet to visit (Texas is not around the corner), but sometime over the next couple of years I'm to be back for a game and will make a point to stop by.
Thank you all very much..... yeah, MrsMuffin only gets in on our TV and videos when I arrange to surprise it with it.....
Steve, that was a great segment. I appreciate the small towns of America that endeavor to maintain their intrinsic flavor and atmosphere - it's not easy and takes people who care in many ways such as you and your family. Thank you for sharing this.
Leave it to PBS to educate me yet again! Here I was under the impression Mr. Muffins Trains moved from Carmel, IN to Atlanta, GA this past year or two! What a dunderhead I am!
Great achievements and great story. Congratulations on what you and your family have accomplished.