RRs of Madison County

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Someone said to me, "So, you have a couple of small web sites. Big deal." Good point IF they were just small web sites. My counts are not hits, they are visits where a user is only counted once in a 24 hour period no matter how many pages they request. But they can and will be counted again tomorrow as another visit if they return.

That said, in 2001, the CID site had 4,252 visits or an average of 354 visits per month. The ECI pages actually had about 25 percent more at 442 per month. My Railroads of Madison County (this site) averages over 600 visits a month. To show you the difference between visits and hits, the NMRA web site had 52,264 visits in January 2002 with 938,548 page hits (pages requested). Those numbers are not typos. The NMRA site averages well over 40,000 visits per month and is growing steadily. So, with that in mind, here are the sites that I am responsible for.


Webmaster for:


Benchridge Benchworks - http://www.benchridge.com/

The Central Indiana Division, MWR, NMRA - http://cid.railfan.net/

Railroads of Madison County - http://madisonrails.railfan.net/

The HO scale ECI Railroad - http://cid.railfan.net/eci_new.html

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La Belle Woodworking - http://www.labellemodels.com/

NMRA Standards and RPs - http://www.nmra.org/standards/

NMRA Beginner's Pages - http://www.nmra.org/beginner/

For Help with NMRA Gage letter definitions see:
Standard S-7 Clearances and the NMRA Gage


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