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 Posted: Tue Jun 14th, 2011 09:54 am
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Joined: Sat Dec 16th, 2006
Location: Paris, France
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Last week-end, a model railroad exhibition took place in a mining museum in the center of France.
It was the first one entirely devoted to American trains, most of them narrow gauge.
A bunch of talented fans brought their layouts, dioramas, models... from France, Belgium... and even Sweden, as we had the pleasure to see the talented painter Troels Kirk.
You will see all the pictures of this meeting here:

This "Forum US" is in French, but there are plenty of pictures, and if you want some explanations, don't hesitate to ask for it.

There is a lot of jokes from the talented but facetious modeller Alexandre Zelkine (alias Alexander Zelkin), builder of the famous "Degulbeef and Cradding RR". I am sorry you are not able to understand them.

Jean-Pierre "Tyrphon" Dumont
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