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User is suspended until 29/11/2014 09:15:32(UTC) Goofy  
#201 Posted : 29 June 2012 10:48:12(UTC)
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Thanks Ian!
I have ordered an new laptop and will get it until at 12/7.
So pictures will been soon show up.
Sincerely
Anders









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#202 Posted : 06 July 2012 16:47:19(UTC)
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My new laptop did arrived 2 days ago.
I have not yet decides to use my old cd record program for my Nikon camera.
Many program for pictures has been update since i did bought my camera februar 2011.
However i have done some works on my layout and are soon ready with my Erbach station.
Sincerely
Anders









Offline Ian555  
#203 Posted : 06 July 2012 17:21:13(UTC)
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Hi Anders,

Thanks for the update.

Ian.

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#204 Posted : 14 July 2012 08:54:06(UTC)
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I have now installed my program to fix pictures by download and show up pictures here.
I will later in this day show up new pictures of my layout.
See you later!
Sincerely
Anders









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#205 Posted : 14 July 2012 17:36:06(UTC)
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Here is some pictures of Erbach Station.

Goofy attached the following image(s):
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Sincerely
Anders









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Offline Ian555  
#206 Posted : 14 July 2012 18:01:49(UTC)
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Hi Anders,

Great looking building, with lot's of nice details.ThumpUp

Ian.

Online petestra  
#207 Posted : 14 July 2012 18:57:40(UTC)
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Yes, Anders. That's a beautifully detailed building. PeterThumpUp Smile
User is suspended until 29/11/2014 09:15:32(UTC) Goofy  
#208 Posted : 18 July 2012 06:38:01(UTC)
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I´m getting on farmer area and build up with fences.
Will also put grass around fences and things for farmer house will get there too.
Animals will also been there like hens,cocks,dogs,cat and of course farmer too.

Goofy attached the following image(s):
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Sincerely
Anders









Offline Ian555  
#209 Posted : 18 July 2012 09:21:58(UTC)
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Hi Anders,

Great progress. ThumpUp

Ian.

Offline pab  
#210 Posted : 20 July 2012 15:13:18(UTC)
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Very nice station building.
User is suspended until 29/11/2014 09:15:32(UTC) Goofy  
#211 Posted : 21 July 2012 09:20:15(UTC)
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Few details on the hens building.
Note here that i´m not ready with landscape around farmer area.

Goofy attached the following image(s):
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DSC_0018.JPG
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DSC_0020.JPG
DSC_0021.JPG
Sincerely
Anders









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#212 Posted : 21 July 2012 13:58:25(UTC)
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Very nice, bit it sure needs some dirt around. Very tidy now.
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#213 Posted : 21 July 2012 16:47:23(UTC)
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Explain in what dirt shall i do...?
Sincerely
Anders









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#214 Posted : 21 July 2012 17:32:41(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Goofy Go to Quoted Post
Explain in what dirt shall i do...?


Hi Anders

The surface of the road has one color. You could add some darker spots and maybe tire tracks on the road. After all it is an agricultural environment and those tractors may may lose some of their load.

And about the barnyard, the same, maybe the remnants of a water puddle, some droppings (you have chickens) and the odd clump of grass. As you know, grass grows everywhere, except on the places where it shoud.
Offline steventrain  
#215 Posted : 21 July 2012 18:02:58(UTC)
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Look great, Anders.ThumpUp
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User is suspended until 29/11/2014 09:15:32(UTC) Goofy  
#216 Posted : 22 July 2012 06:32:19(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: pab Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: Goofy Go to Quoted Post
Explain in what dirt shall i do...?


Hi Anders

The surface of the road has one color. You could add some darker spots and maybe tire tracks on the road. After all it is an agricultural environment and those tractors may may lose some of their load.

And about the barnyard, the same, maybe the remnants of a water puddle, some droppings (you have chickens) and the odd clump of grass. As you know, grass grows everywhere, except on the places where it shoud.


Well...i´m not sure there was tractor under era 1... BigGrin
As i did said before...i´m not ready around farmer area.
There is a lot of small things that shall put up.
It´s small things which makes big difference as results.

Sincerely
Anders









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#217 Posted : 22 July 2012 07:40:53(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Goofy Go to Quoted Post




http://www.tractorshed.com/cgi-...r=&w=oldads&cc=1

A brochure dated 1920.
Offline kariosls37  
#218 Posted : 22 July 2012 10:04:36(UTC)
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What about this?
UserPostedImage
This one's a Marshall, Sons & Co compound traction engine.

The layout is looking good as wellThumpUp

Cheers,
Rick
User is suspended until 29/11/2014 09:15:32(UTC) Goofy  
#219 Posted : 22 July 2012 12:49:31(UTC)
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Sorry boys...it´s to young.
My layout are present between 1870-1910.
So horses did exist only and handcraft work.
Sincerely
Anders









Offline Ian555  
#220 Posted : 22 July 2012 13:59:08(UTC)
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Hi Anders,

Horses make much more "mess" than tractors. Smile

Ian.

Offline river6109  
#221 Posted : 22 July 2012 14:09:11(UTC)
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Goofy,

You realize of course running a farm needs employees, who pick up the eggs each day, clean the horses, clean the stalls, chop the wood, stack the hay, cook the food, make butter and bread, slaughter animals and walk around in their native costums.

just a few suggestions

John
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Offline pab  
#222 Posted : 22 July 2012 17:09:55(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Goofy Go to Quoted Post
Sorry boys...it´s to young.
My layout are present between 1870-1910.
So horses did exist only and handcraft work.


Hm, the first tractor like machine dates back to 1859 (traction engine)
Nice picture of a 1882 tractor on the wikipedia page
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tractor?uselang=nl.

But horse and manpower can work fine (more droppings).

Offline kariosls37  
#223 Posted : 23 July 2012 03:23:35(UTC)
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Tractors or traction engines were certainly not an everyday sight at farms in Goofy's era, but they certainly were around.

What would happen was that the day to day work was carried out as Goofy said, using manual labour and horses. However, when it came to harvesting one of two things could happen in the case of grain. One is that the grain would be cut and stacked in the fields before a contractor(a group of workers with a traction engine or locomobile, a thresher and other gear needed to perform the work) would come around to the field and paid by the farmer to thresh the grain(extract the actual grain from the stalk and other rubbish) for him.

The other option was to collect the grain and store it in a barn, where it was threshed at a convenient time. The thresher was often parked inside the barn for this, hence the reason barn doors are so big.

Cheers,
Rick
User is suspended until 29/11/2014 09:15:32(UTC) Goofy  
#224 Posted : 09 August 2012 05:21:17(UTC)
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Good morning!
Sorry when i have not update in the last time since.
I have done break up for a while to plan more better layout and maybe this time now with K-tracks.
I´m study with K-tracks and ballast.
I have bought home some K-tracks and did put ballast on and dirty too.
I show up with pictures later in another topic.
Sincerely
Anders









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#225 Posted : 09 August 2012 08:20:37(UTC)
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Hi Anders,

I will also be using K track to build my new layout. ThumpUp

Looking forward to your photo's of the work done with the K track.

Ian.

User is suspended until 29/11/2014 09:15:32(UTC) Goofy  
#226 Posted : 09 August 2012 15:54:19(UTC)
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I have now created a new topic about K tracks in General area.
I decides to stop my layout here for some time.
Sincerely
Anders









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#227 Posted : 15 September 2012 15:39:52(UTC)
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Good afternoon!
I´m back and have decides to keep on with my layout.
Here is two of pictures which you can see that i´m prepare to build up a mountain landscape in the corner.
I think this will take about a month or two to finish part of the layout.

Goofy attached the following image(s):
DSC_0001.JPG
DSC_0002.JPG
Sincerely
Anders









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#228 Posted : 19 September 2012 13:28:00(UTC)
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Good to hear you found new inspiration.
User is suspended until 29/11/2014 09:15:32(UTC) Goofy  
#229 Posted : 23 September 2012 08:10:04(UTC)
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Model layout stop again!
There has become some trouble in the house department where i live.
I contact you later about the news.
Sincerely
Anders









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#230 Posted : 23 September 2012 11:13:00(UTC)
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Anders

making too much noise at night time ?

John
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User is suspended until 29/11/2014 09:15:32(UTC) Goofy  
#231 Posted : 27 September 2012 15:44:26(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: river6109 Go to Quoted Post
Anders

making too much noise at night time ?

John


Ha ha...
You silly boy!!!

Sincerely
Anders









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#232 Posted : 27 September 2012 15:58:56(UTC)
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Very important information!!!

For two days ago a surveyor did visit my apartment to check.
So my apartment will become renovating later.
So this means too that i must move my layout so workers can fix my apartment.
But that will become too much work so i have to tear down my layout instead and build up a new one layout with Marklin instead.
This mean that my topic layout will therefore shut down permanent.
I will soon created an new layout topic.
Who knows...i perhaps will this time call it "Goofyville"... BigGrin
Sincerely
Anders









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#233 Posted : 27 September 2012 17:47:27(UTC)
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Does this mean that we have finally managed to save you out of that strange 2-rail underworld? BigGrin Wink
Juhan - "Webmaster", at your service...
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User is suspended until 29/11/2014 09:15:32(UTC) Goofy  
#234 Posted : 27 September 2012 21:25:23(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Webmaster Go to Quoted Post
Does this mean that we have finally managed to save you out of that strange 2-rail underworld? BigGrin Wink


Be queit Juhan!
You shout to load!

BigGrin

Sincerely
Anders









Offline Ian555  
#235 Posted : 28 September 2012 17:48:30(UTC)
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Hi Anders

How long will it take to renovate your apartment, and do you have to move out to another apartment, while the work is being done.

Ian.



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#236 Posted : 29 September 2012 07:17:01(UTC)
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Hi Ian!
I don´t need to move out under renovating of my apartment.
Need only to move some furniture around my apartment.
Workers will do some step at a time to fix my apartment.
Depends what they have decides.
Sincerely
Anders









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#237 Posted : 29 September 2012 13:16:18(UTC)
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Hi all!
This is the end of my era 1 layout.
I will soon tear down my layout and will also show up with pictures in the general topic.
So i´m not writing anymore time in this my topic.
I will soon create an new layout topic and focus on era III-IV DB instead.
Sincerely
Anders









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