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 Posted: Mon Sep 23rd, 2019 09:14 am
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I'm member of the CFC (A true 60 cm narrow gauge train with 4 miles of tracks).

We exhibited during 2 days for the heritage days in the workshops.

We have few visitors but we spent good times with friends.

This is one of my Decauville rolling stock on the original one.





My Decauville 030 on the original.





The 030 during the preparation with my friend in the front of it.





My layout in the front of a COFERMA.





The smoke of the warm-up for the steaming locomotive.












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Franck

Sounds like a good time was had,
neat to see models and prototype together.

Sidi Fontana Morocco layout also on display at the get together.

:glad: :glad: :glad:




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Hi Franck.


The Sidi Fontana Morocco has very interesting theme for a layout,

and well defined by the building styles, camels and the palms trees.


Well done. Inspirational.

Regards, James




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An article of 4-pages was published in the French magazine 'RMF' #649 







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