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User is suspended until 29/11/2014 09:15:32(UTC) Goofy  
#1 Posted : 01 July 2011 18:49:25(UTC)
Goofy


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Here is some more pictures of my diorama update.

Goofy attached the following image(s):
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Sincerely
Anders









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Offline Yumgui  
#2 Posted : 01 July 2011 20:03:51(UTC)
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Goofy,

Nice cows ... and great loco ^^ ! ThumpUp

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Offline ricky  
#3 Posted : 01 July 2011 22:17:18(UTC)
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Hi Goofy,

very nice loc, is it the Kaiser train loc?

Cheers,
Ricky Smile
User is suspended until 29/11/2014 09:15:32(UTC) Goofy  
#4 Posted : 02 July 2011 08:15:19(UTC)
Goofy


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Originally Posted by: ricky Go to Quoted Post
Hi Goofy,

very nice loc, is it the Kaiser train loc?

Cheers,
Ricky Smile


Nope...!
It´s an Preussen steam G5.4 and are for waggons.
Model is an Brawa and are equipped with soundgenerator and smokestack too.
Sincerely
Anders









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Offline ricky  
#5 Posted : 02 July 2011 19:36:59(UTC)
ricky


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Thanks for the precision Goofy!!
Brawa surely makes fine models! Drool

Your cows look cool, I'm sure they produce a great milk! Laugh

Cheers,
Ricky Smile
Offline RayF  
#6 Posted : 02 July 2011 20:40:23(UTC)
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Very nice, Goofy.

I like those Brawa locos!
Ray

Mostly Marklin.Selection of different eras and European railways
Small C track layout, control by MS2, 100+ trains but run 4-5 at a time.
Offline Mark5  
#7 Posted : 15 March 2012 06:52:22(UTC)
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Love it. Especially how the cows keep grazing while a steam lok passes by. ;)
Interested in history of DB, DR and FS from about 1955 to 1965
Fan of signals and catenary; stations and yards. Is there anything else?

Offline BrandonVA  
#8 Posted : 15 March 2012 14:09:18(UTC)
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Yeah, although cows get pretty conditioned. My grandfather occasionally would bump them with his truck to get them to actually move :)

I like your 2-track dirt road!
Offline agvera  
#9 Posted : 16 June 2012 14:18:07(UTC)
agvera

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I also like the 2 track side road, thanks for sharing and congratulations for this piece of art Goofy!
Alberto
Alberto
era II + III + IV
Offline river6109  
#10 Posted : 16 June 2012 16:44:39(UTC)
river6109

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Goofy,

great scenery and a popular loco.

John
http://www.youtube.com/river6109
http://www.youtube.com/6109river
5 years in Destruction mode
50 years in Repairing mode
User is suspended until 29/11/2014 09:15:32(UTC) Goofy  
#11 Posted : 18 June 2012 16:06:56(UTC)
Goofy


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Thank you!
In fact i did throw away this diorama since it was amatuer build up from me.
It was just an test from my side to see when i´m using gras master from Noch.
Sincerely
Anders









Offline NZMarklinist  
#12 Posted : 19 June 2012 15:59:12(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Goofy Go to Quoted Post
Thank you!
In fact i did throw away this diorama since it was amatuer build up from me.
It was just an test from my side to see when i´m using gras master from Noch.


Experimenting is always good for the hobby Gooffy ThumpUp Smile

Do you have some tips for us about using the Noch Grass Master then ?? BigGrin
Glen
Auckland NZ

" Every Marklin layout needs a V200, a Railbus and a Banana car", not to mention a few Black and red Steamers, oh and the odd Elok !

CS1 Reloaded, Touch Cab, C Track Modules, K track layout all under construction. Currently Insider
Offline NewMB  
#13 Posted : 19 June 2012 17:00:23(UTC)
NewMB

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Nice loco!!

The cows seem very peaceful there.....
User is suspended until 29/11/2014 09:15:32(UTC) Goofy  
#14 Posted : 20 June 2012 04:58:18(UTC)
Goofy


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Originally Posted by: NZMarklinist Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: Goofy Go to Quoted Post
Thank you!
In fact i did throw away this diorama since it was amatuer build up from me.
It was just an test from my side to see when i´m using gras master from Noch.


Experimenting is always good for the hobby Gooffy ThumpUp Smile

Do you have some tips for us about using the Noch Grass Master then ?? BigGrin


In fact...YES!!!
Use only Noch grass glue XL since they are better to glue high grass fiber.

Sincerely
Anders









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