What do you think? Don’t hesitate to comment.
This blog was launched a few weeks ago now, and I am glad to have more and more visitors. I hope Digital Train World is a welcome drop in an ocean of interesting hobby blogs!
A funny thing I noticed: about half of you read the French version. Having a bilingual blog has proven to be a good decision – despite the additional work. But somehow no one dares to comment in French. So, dear French readers, n’ayez pas peur: use the comments function as well!
The new design is a bit “heavier” than the old one, but presents more posts on the front page. I like it & I hope you will!
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