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 Posted: Wed Jul 25th, 2018 11:56 am
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I have the honor to be published in the NGIRMR issue 115 and in VOIE LIBRE issue 94
















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Franck

Feels great when you have articles published, I have only one so far, plus a few mentions in books.



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Great work!

Ironically, my wife and I spent several days in various places in France in May,
and I went into several bookstores, never finding any model (or full size) train magazines anywhere.
I even found copies of the US magazine Model Railroader in the small stores in the Paris Nord station, but nothing French.
Heck, the Monoprix location near our hotel in Paris had all kinds of interesting magazines I never knew existed
(some really good military history ones, and I bought them all) but nothing for trains.
I was starting to think there weren't any French model train magazines!




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 Posted: Wed Jul 25th, 2018 03:39 pm
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There are a lot of french magazines but they are hard to find.



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I have done last week end rail expo exhibition. I won the third price.



Here some photo with a Decauville 030














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Congratulations, that's some very fine work. Very fine.

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I have an article of 10 pages on my layout in the Spanish magazine number 117 MAS TREN.





I will exhibit my layout during the next week-end at Chemin de fer des chanteraines near Paris.




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Oh Wow.

My father was stationed in Morocco in the air force,

for about a year in the early 1960's.




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Another European magazine I've never heard of

(never found any train magazines in Spain last year, either).


Congratulations!




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Hi Franck,

Congratulations again on another publication.

This must make Sidi Fontana one of the most internationally published layouts,
if you look at the spread of nationalities of the magazines.

:2t:

How did your Paris exhibition go?




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