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+ Breen, Quentin – Founder of Train Mountain — 3 Comments

  1. I attended High School with Quinentin. He told me about this at a Class Reunion in Eugene. He was very proud of his train.
    I was sorry to hear of his passing.
    I now live in Costa Rica and have sent this to all of my friends in the Southern and Eastern area of the State of Oregon.
    May God be with his family,
    Ione Fretwell French

  2. I had the pleasure to meet and work with Quentin in one his business ventures. He was a class act and my mentor in many ways. I remember his words one day after I had made a mistake he said: Ariel tommorrow will be another day. Make sure to make a different mistake. Rest in Peace, my friend and my most sincere condolences to his family.

  3. So sorry to hear of your loss. I’m not new to the hobby of trains I’ve worked my way up through the ranks from N scale through G into inch and a half. I have visited Train Mountain several times and was inspired to build cars and rolling stock in 1/ 1/2 scale some have been published in Live steam. Your father was my mentor and was a mentor to many whether they realized it or not. He showed me a portion of T/M when I visited with my mother, and through his kindness and caring he made this vistt very enjoyable as mother passed away shortly there after. I will miss him and wish you and the family peace in the coming months
    Leo Younglowe

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