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 Posted: Tue Oct 22nd, 2013 03:04 pm
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I like the clothing of #2. Hard to tell about his hat at the angle of the photo and is that a doughnut he's holding? A cup holder mounted on the cab wall with a coffee cup might be a funny detail.



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 Posted: Wed Oct 23rd, 2013 03:11 am
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Yep, I like the dude with the bottle also. A certain magazine editor might censor such behavior however...he did for me!

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Guys, I just got my latest issue of Narrow Gauge & Industrial Railway Modeling Review,  and Franck has another one of his Gn15 layouts, this one a foundry theme, described there with lots of photos and text.

Very nice, Franck!:moose::moose::moose::moose::moose:


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Moose-tastic Modeling !!



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Take off ya Hoser! Love em!



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...and is that a doughnut he's holding?

Yes. As a matter of fact, it's obviously (to those of us from the Great White North) a Tim Horton's honey cruller.

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 Posted: Sat Nov 2nd, 2013 11:11 pm
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The first video done at Sedan during the EURO MOMING

http://youtu.be/mHNRs1lILsQ



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I can almost smell the salt in the air.... great job.



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That is some seriously smooth running, I like it.:bow::bow::bow:

You must have the cleanest track of all of us.

--James:java:

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 Posted: Sat Nov 9th, 2013 06:02 am
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thank-you for the comments.

In the past at gn15, I was tired to have to push by hand the locos which stalled. I choose 7/8 ths scale for the smooth running. I add weight to the loco (average weight of 2 kg /4 pounds), add DCC and I carefully powered the track and of course I clean the track. I reach my goal. I will do an exhibit in 2 weeks and I will post a better video with the sound.



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