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 Posted: Tue Jun 26th, 2018 11:32 pm
   
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Daniel Osvaldo Caso
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Lee:
Thank you for your kind words.
Bagette, Camembert, Paturain, Bujolais Nuveau!!!  :boogie:
(That is all my French. The French names for my layouts were given to me  by French friends! Sorry!!!)

And about Dutch: well it's my daily language but I am Argentine so my native language must be -probably- Spanish ...

But I manage to understand your French words clearly and of course also your perfect Dutch.

I came to the Netherlands as a refugee almost forty years ago.
My kids grew up here and here I studied and worked.
My grandchildren were born here too so my roots have learnt to be where I am.   :old dude:

Daniel




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 Posted: Wed Jun 27th, 2018 07:40 am
   
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What a wonderful layout !

Congrats.





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 Posted: Wed Jun 27th, 2018 07:49 am
   
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Thank you, Chris.

Nice to know you enjoy it.


:-)


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 Posted: Wed Jun 27th, 2018 08:00 am
   
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Daniel Osvaldo Caso
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I see now you are in France.

Modeling and in France makes you probably familiar with Delcampe's website where I have been finding most of the historical information for creating my own scene.

But in case you don't know it or others have any interest, Delcampe offers an amazing stock of old postcards from all over the world and they allow the images to be shared.

Just in case, here the link:

https://www.delcampe.net/fr/collections/search?slug=cartes-postales/france/colombes&categories%5B0%5D=713

I would be very pleased to see some of your work.

Daniel




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 Posted: Wed Jun 27th, 2018 10:14 am
   
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Hello Daniel,

Thanks for the link.
Very interesting.

In model railroading we don't play in the same league.
You're a real model railroader...not me.
I'm just playin' with my trains and nothing else.




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 Posted: Wed Jun 27th, 2018 11:56 am
   
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(Pst! Chris: don't tell the others but I am not a model railroader.

My interest on trains is merely aesthetic and I use them as an excuse to do what I like the most which I would call "3D lying"
-yes, no typing error- .':us:' .

That explains why in a 10' X 2'8"layout there is only one track and one turnout.
But if I manage to get the RC stuff installed in my locos that may change a little bit. L: )




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 Posted: Wed Jun 27th, 2018 01:00 pm
   
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 Posted: Wed Jun 27th, 2018 01:18 pm
   
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The building at the pier is a bike repair shop survivor from "PONDÉZAR" and won't be in that place.
I just wanted to see how a building would look in that place.





































































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