Jan 14, 2016
Really nice layout with lots of details. Do you have more?
that can be, but nevertheless I have to protect children and hope the best. Believe me, we all had much fun and to little time.
Thanks for the captions and additional photos , they are nicely taken! Sorta looks like the family is having a good time.
It does look like everyone is having a great time with the trains. Sadly for me all my grandkids are more into the girly hobbies, and tend to give my trains the once over, then run back to their crafts. They had me pinned down at the table while decorating Christmas cookies for over an hour, and I didn't get to run my trains at all:
The real question is-how were the cookies, cause they look delicious!
As pretty as they were, yuck, piled 1" high of frosting and sprinkles. Even the girls did not eat them, instead leaving them all over the table. It was more of a craft thing.
My brother built this nice little portable N scale layout. Shows a North-Prussian pre-WW I - branchline.
You can learn more here (in German): https://www.stummiforum.de/t196047f64-Sonnenwalde-zur-Kaiserzeit-in-N-2.html
That would be a really nice layout to do in Z scale.
Well, you can do it with all of the Märklin stuff - fitting in your pocket
THAT’s how to make the boring ‘roundy-round’ disappear. Just might make one myself
I just got confirmation to be part of Altenbeken in May 2022!
So I have to prepare some things...
See you there!
Oh my, didn't exercise my English speaking...
Sorry in advance...
I'll be there too.
I need to check my basic german language book to recall some expressions...
Hope to see you both. I also plan to be in Altenbeken. Harbour diorama is going to be displayed.
Almost a trainboard meeting Hope to see you guys and these beautiful layouts / dioramas!
Hi Matt, I am with you, hopefully not a sudden cancellation...
Very nice ! I guess the narrow gauge industrial track is dummy ?
right, I think it is made by Modellbahn Union / dm-toys.