Posts are coming back! Eventually… I’ve been a bit busy recently, and unfortunately I haven’t had much time to work on Tumblr. When I do, my time has been split between three of my pages instead of just this one.
As for this page, aryburn-trains, the next set of posts should be trains from Midwestern cities like Chicago, Kansas City, and St. Louis to Western cities like Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Afterwards, I’m working on a poll that will help decide which trains come after that, focusing on locations such as Minneapolis & St. Paul, Detroit, and Kentucky & Tennessee.
My other focus has been the main reason I first started posting to Tumblr on my other page, aryburn-kc. I drifted away from posting there after it seemed like there wasn’t much interest in Kansas City. Since then, the follower count has somehow drastically gone up. I feel it is right to all of those new followers that I return to provide new content. Thus, if anyone here is interested in the history of Kansas City and the surrounding area (or just more trains), feel free to take a look at it and maybe consider following.
The third is a page that is still being planned out, but when I finally get it up and running, it should be a sort of spinoff of this page, focusing mainly on passenger train consist information for N scale trains with the occasional HO scale train as well. I will post an update here when it is finally up and running.
And the last thing I want to say is thank you. Thank you to all of you, whether you follow this account, like the posts, reblog them, and especially to those of you who message me. When I spun this account off of my main in 2016, I questioned how long it was going to take to build back up to the 30+ followers I had on there, if ever. Here I am, two years later, at 15,000 posts and 2,700 followers. Seriously, it means so much that so many of you have taken the same interest as me, and I hope that I can continue to bring that same level of content to you two years from now. I may not have the largest following on Tumblr, or get the most likes and reblogs, but that’s 2,700 more people than I thought I’d ever have interested in what I post. So again, thank you for sticking with me, and I hope that you enjoy the content to come.