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 Posted: Mon Jan 18th, 2016 08:08 pm
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looking good



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Hi Gilbert,
That is some very nice carpentry and some exquisitely executed curves on your fascia. :bow: :bow:
Well done. :glad: :glad: I'm looking forward to watching the scenery grow towards the fascia. :2t:



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 Posted: Fri Jan 29th, 2016 09:42 pm
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Some news from my layout
My two old Mack




A train arrives in Brasow


When two hunters meet a poacher


Two walker





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Will have to look to see if that firefighting vehicle is earlier featured in its own photo: it is a pretty cool creation.



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love those old Macs



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Great modeling Gilbert. I think the little people look great too and make the scene come alive. NICE WORK!



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" love those old Macs "

Yeah ... Much better than the new iPads !

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Hi Gilbert.

Fantastic pix. !

Your characters are so lifelike, brilliant.

Just curious, can you translate the ferry-name 'Aigle' to English ?

All the best.

Cheers.

Si.

:moose:



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 Posted: Sat Jan 30th, 2016 10:12 am
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Si. wrote: " love those old Macs "

Yeah ... Much better than the new iPads !

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Hi Gilbert.

Fantastic pix. !

Your characters are so lifelike, brilliant.

Just curious, can you translate the ferry-name 'Aigle' to English ?

All the best.

Cheers.

Si.

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Tan You all
We can not translate, its  the name of a very nice small town in Switzerland
Un Aigle an eagle
Gilbert



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The old, chain drive Macs were one heck of a truck!
They would run forever, only needing periodic chain replacement.

Great work Gilbert! Please keep sharing photos with us.

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Some aerial views of my layout
There is still much work
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