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Offline 1borna  
#1 Posted : 08 May 2023 18:00:58(UTC)
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There is still a little time left until our big international exhibition "Alps-Danube-Adriatic". All the exhibitors are preparing hard and busy, and the organizers have their hands full as the opening date approaches...
We remind you: 18 exhibitors from 5 countries - Austria, Italy, Slovenia, Hungary and Croatia - will participate in the exhibition. The participants will exhibit 12 modular models on a 1,200 m2 surface. Interactive workshops for children will also be organized at the exhibition, and an appropriate display will mark 140 years of the Orient Express as the most famous luxury sleeper train in Europe.
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Alps-Danube-Adriatic: our guests "Modellbahnclub BK 1951 Wien"
To warm up the atmosphere before the exhibition, we will introduce you to the exhibitors. we present colleagues from Vienna, Modellbahnclub BK 1951 Wien.
The club was founded by several railwaymen. We made the first scale model H0 (1:87) in a private apartment using material from Kleinbahn. Later, using two rooms behind the house in Mariahilferstrasse in Vienna, we were able to make a larger model of 60m2 with 4 stations and a total of 135m of rails. It was very demanding to manage the trains according to the timetable with a large number of wagons involved. We hung out and worked there until 2017, when they canceled our hospitality in those areas. It was very difficult to find an adequate space with a low rent. We finally managed to find 5 rooms in an old factory in Vienna's 20th district. There we store our modules (89 pieces) and work on a new fixed model. Considering that we have only 14 members (some of them are over 80 years old), it takes a lot of time.

We enjoy traveling and exhibiting our modules at friends, railway modellers, as is the case with the Railway Modellers' Club "Zagreb".
For more information about our guests, see: club page
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#2 Posted : 12 May 2023 19:23:42(UTC)
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Alps-Danube-Adriatic: our guests "Gábor Baross Railway Model Club and Railway Fan Club"

We founded the Gábor Baross Club of Model Railways and the Railway Fan Club in 1990 to help and unite the work of model railways. Our goal is to popularize Hungarian railways. That's why every year in Veszprém we organized the "National Exhibition and Competition of Railway Modellers". Only model vehicles, buildings and railway modelers with models related to Hungarian railways could participate in this competition. In addition to railway models, we also exhibit historical railway documents, railway facilities, uniforms, children's drawings and materials from railway photo contests. We regularly celebrate the anniversaries of railways in the area.
Membership in our club has continuously changed over the years. We currently have members who are railway workers, students, retirees and those working in other walks of life.
Since the mid-1990s, we have started building railway models of a modular system, which can always be assembled according to the needs of the exhibition from elements made according to the same standard. Our club already has more than 70 meters of H0 scale elements. On the models, we operate only MÁV railway rolling stock models.

Since 1991, we have exhibited several times at international exhibitions of railway models according to the MOROP standard. Since 1995, we have regularly participated in the Solent Model Railway Group exhibitions in Southampton, England. This is where we came into contact with EUROTRACK, the European Association of Model Railway Clubs. At their invitation, we have already been to Coutances in France, Dordrecht in the Netherlands, Virton in Belgium, Verona in Italy and Aachen in Germany.

In 2005, we became official members of EUROTRACK. In 2006, with the participation of members of the association, we organized the exhibition EUROTRACK-2006 in Balatonfüred, Hungary. In 2015, on the occasion of our 25th anniversary, we once again invited the clubs of the Association to Hungary. From 2001 to 2006, we participated in the Mocaniţa-Cupa model railway exhibitions in our sister city Sepsiszentgyörgy, Romania.
In 2010, the municipality of Veszprém awarded our club the "Pro Civitate" award in recognition of our activities as a non-governmental organization.
We hold meetings every weekend in the former county cultural center in Veszprém. This is where our members usually work on modules that are currently being built. All this work is covered by membership fees paid by our members, income from exhibitions, 1% tax benefits and sponsorships.
Our online contact details are: link
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#3 Posted : 25 May 2023 19:09:41(UTC)
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A large international exhibition in Zagreb, which was visited by 27,000 people in 3 days, was successfully completed!
The exhibition took place in a large hall of a shopping center on the outskirts of the city
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We had 4 days of preparation, 3 days of visits and one day of debriefing. Some of us worked 100 hours in 8 days.
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On the first day, people waited in lines for the opening
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There were many organized groups with children
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We have prepared colors and templates for drawing trains for them
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Before the opening, I quickly went through all the layouts

After the opening, I managed to quickly shoot one film, which would later be impossible due to the crowd

My friend had more time, so he shot a longer film
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#4 Posted : 01 June 2023 19:51:25(UTC)
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On the second day, the stock market was held in the same space
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You could find a wide range of models, new or older, at a good price
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#5 Posted : 05 June 2023 18:56:30(UTC)
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Grafocentar has been representing Mehano for years and is a regular at our exhibitions
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Sometimes I am surprised with the models someone offers
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The oldest member of our club is over 90 years old, but he is still active
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The N scale is dying out in our country
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One of our members is also a representative of various colors, so he demonstrated the patination of models
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#6 Posted : 07 June 2023 11:38:51(UTC)
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Friends of American Railways are coming to the Railway Model and Model Exhibition - four friends Erik, Marko, Ludvik and Bogdan, passionate modellers, lovers of American model railways!

The idea of a new modular railway model came about after Erik announced the creation of a diorama from the movie 'The fugitive'.. Bogdan followed up on the idea with the remark that the new model should be made from the remains of the old model. The remaining friends joined in creating a new model so that everyone took care of the content of their module, which were eventually connected to each other by a functional railway line, roads, hills.

The idea then resulted in a new railway route, which they named "Greece River Junction".

The modular model consists of 10 modules of different sizes in the H0 system that can be assembled or disassembled in a relatively short time and is therefore more than suitable for exhibitions. The length of the model is 7.5 meters, and the depth is up to 1.3 meters. The railway tracks are at a height of 1 meter, which also allows children to easily see the entire model and the running of the trains.

Various time periods are presented in terms of content, from the end of the 19th century (wooden sawmill, wooden permanent bridge) to modern times (nuclear power plant, gas station).

The model has a very diverse representation of nature - hills with steep rocks, forests, grasslands and meadows, semi-deserts, waterfalls and rivers, rough seas, bridges and tunnels.

The model presents four different techniques of modeling, building and making objects and rocks, painting, recreating, imitating nature and landscape.

Along with excellent modeling and attention to detail, the mockup is also electronically perfected. Train control is digital (DCC), and 25 meters of rails and several switches are used. Many light effects (more than 250 LED bulbs in total) were installed in the nuclear power plant, railway signals, lighthouse, gas station.

It took 2 months to make the middle five modules, and an additional 2 months for the two modules at both ends. The nuclear power plant was built for more than 6 months.

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That impressive layout was the first right next to the entrance
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#7 Posted : 11 June 2023 20:15:13(UTC)
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#8 Posted : 11 June 2023 22:15:13(UTC)
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So, the line on the right goes to the edge of the world ... BigGrin BigGrin

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#9 Posted : 20 June 2023 21:44:34(UTC)
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A really big layout was put together by a club from Austria and Hungary
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The Hungarian part begins with a large depot where there are old and new locomotives
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After a small stop, you will reach a village with a farm
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You pass the military zone and reach the sports fields
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#10 Posted : 23 June 2023 20:29:31(UTC)
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The following modules have one old gas station and service of various construction machines
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Rail connection for loading logs, one unspecified module
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Center for agricultural fertilizers, construction center
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A little town, then a refinery
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Freight station
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#11 Posted : 27 June 2023 20:15:04(UTC)
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Next is a postal center
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We reach several different sports fields
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A fire broke out in a grove
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Water is taken from a small lake
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One properly secured railroad crossing
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You come to the suburbs
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#12 Posted : 03 July 2023 19:44:56(UTC)
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This is a hospital and has a swimming pool in a glass hall
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All the way to the left and right, the track descends under the station, turns and returns back
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There is always a post office next to the station
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There is a parking lot nearby
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#13 Posted : 04 July 2023 04:13:28(UTC)
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There seems to be a lot of interest in model trains in Zagreb, here in Perth, Western Australia, there is model railway show on each year in June for 3 days but nothing like this, there are less an less layouts each year and European trains is a rarety.

Its like a goldmine, I wish I woul have been there

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#14 Posted : 05 July 2023 03:51:04(UTC)
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I would agree with John's comments and say it is always nice to see people who make an effort to build a layout for display and then go on and display it. It is a lot of hard work but can be very satisfying, and great for generating interest.

Thanks for posting the pictures as it is always nice on a MRR Forum to see photos of different layouts around the world. ThumpUp ThumpUp

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#15 Posted : 05 July 2023 20:52:18(UTC)
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It's nice when there's enough space to make wide streets and space between buildings that stand alone
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This is the control desk of the station, it is quite old and they intend to make a more modern one
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I continued shooting from the other side of the module
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I didn't have time to film the drive, so I'll use my friend's




There was such a crowd that it was difficult to film
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#16 Posted : 10 July 2023 19:57:15(UTC)
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One N layout was still in operation, but it drove well
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And the next layout in H0e scale had an unfinished part
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There was an even smaller Z layout that could be folded
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The larger layout imitates the former narrow-gauge railway in Istria, which was called Parenzana
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Everything is excellently made
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I'm using the short films of one of our club members because I didn't get to make them myself
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#17 Posted : 14 July 2023 20:09:40(UTC)
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This is part of a larger layout (which will follow later) but can also work independently
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Between the 2 piers the ferry carries the train (completely independently)
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#18 Posted : 23 July 2023 20:37:47(UTC)
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Another larger modular layout from the same team was seen earlier, so I went over it quickly
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Each module has its own story
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There are also narrow-gauge railways here
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All vehicles, as well as figures with an appearance from the middle of the last century, were carefully selected
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This part with the wedding scene is the most beautiful to me
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#19 Posted : 28 July 2023 21:04:44(UTC)
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#20 Posted : 05 August 2023 19:37:43(UTC)
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One 0e narrow-gauge layout faithfully depicts the former narrow-gauge railway that was built in 1948 in the suburbs of Zagreb (Dubrava).
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A new high-quality road nearby and comfortable buses and larger trucks took over all cargo and passengers
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Unfortunately, there are few photos of the real railway
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#21 Posted : 12 August 2023 19:48:45(UTC)
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It has been many years since our club and some members started making modules according to the Fremo standard
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There are more and more of them every year, so you can arrange a large layout
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Some modules are not yet fully completed

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Train stations usually span 2, 3 or more modules
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#22 Posted : 18 August 2023 20:59:36(UTC)
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Some manage to put a lot in a small space without it looking overcrowded
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There are modules to which 2 different lines can be connected
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There are also narrow-gauge railways here
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#23 Posted : 24 August 2023 20:40:59(UTC)
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#24 Posted : 26 August 2023 09:57:37(UTC)
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What are the chances of buying some of the Mehano container carriages ? any idea how much they ask for ?

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#25 Posted : 26 August 2023 11:13:46(UTC)
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Good day, you should see through the contact on their side if there is a seller near you who represents them?
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#26 Posted : 02 September 2023 21:17:22(UTC)
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On this module, the bus is transported by ferry to the other side of the coast and then makes a circle on the road (faller car system).
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We come to several modules with a faithful representation of the Western Station in Zagreb 100 years ago
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#27 Posted : 10 September 2023 18:12:57(UTC)
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The following modular layout is the property of the club (except for one part), it is made with a double-track railway
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At the back is a large improvised station for changing trains
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While I was taking this picture it was still being put together
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We come to the front
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That side can be shorter so that some modules fill the other side
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#28 Posted : 20 September 2023 20:44:52(UTC)
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We come to a wider module that belongs to another layout, but it is worth seeing
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Mr. Siniša Abramović from Delnice made a faithful representation of the railway station with all the facilities
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This is how it looks from the street
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After it, we come to the end of the layout
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#29 Posted : 01 November 2023 20:46:30(UTC)
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My friends took many more pictures that I couldn't take due to being at my stand
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You can see how much interest there was
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#30 Posted : 12 November 2023 21:03:53(UTC)
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The American layout was the first to the entrance
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#31 Posted : 13 November 2023 09:56:00(UTC)
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Like seeing the East Palestine Ohio train wreck from last year recreated. It was much worse with several tank cars exploded and burning. Chemicals spilled into a river and in the ground.
Is the black station wagon next to the PT cruiser a Volvo?
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#32 Posted : 17 November 2023 20:06:20(UTC)
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Unfortunately, I don't know if it's a Volvo?
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#33 Posted : 15 December 2023 21:13:45(UTC)
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At the end, everyone who participated took a picture together
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#34 Posted : 16 December 2023 13:20:09(UTC)
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The kids are good artists too. Happy holidays!
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#35 Posted : 26 April 2024 20:16:52(UTC)
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In a month, our club will make another big exhibition!
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There will be a lot of videos and pictures again.
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#36 Posted : 29 May 2024 21:23:02(UTC)
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The preparations started about 10 days earlier
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Each exhibitor and helper at the exhibition will receive a truck as a souvenir, and visitors will be able to purchase it as well
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Numerous modules were carried from the club, and members who have them did so
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We got the exhibition hall 5 days earlier so that they could assemble all the modules in peace
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The big boy couldn't wait to play
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Considering that I made about 400 pictures and more films, I will have something to entertain you for a long time?
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#37 Posted : 30 May 2024 03:14:24(UTC)
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Considering that I made about 400 pictures and more films, I will have something to entertain you for a long time?



I will look forward to it BigGrin
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#38 Posted : 01 June 2024 21:00:23(UTC)
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Clubs from Austria and Hungary put together a very long layout with many modules
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It took 2 days to put everything together

I will post pictures of those modules later
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3 large models of Zagreb trams have arrived in scale M 1:6 and 1:8
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The owners who made them took pictures with them
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#39 Posted : 12 June 2024 21:46:27(UTC)
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A friend made a faithful layout of the narrow-gauge railway as it was built from 1948 to 1964 in the suburbs of Zagreb (Dubrava).
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The 760 mm track was less than 6 kilometers long and had a total of 4 stations
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The layout was made in 0e scale, the trains were modified at the factory, and all the buildings and the rest were self-built

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The railway went through cultivated fields and meadows, near its end through forests, and there it had an ascent of 1.85 per thousand
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On its way, it crossed 4 streams with small bridges
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The roads then were only field roads and there were only a few crossings
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Farmers from nearby villages used this train to bring their products to the city
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The small cell buildings were built of stone, so they have survived to this day, although with a different purpose
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In 1964, asphalt roads were built and bus traffic was introduced, so the narrow-gauge railway was abolished




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#40 Posted : 25 June 2024 20:53:00(UTC)
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One N layout is composed of 3 parts
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It is not finished yet, but the trains are running regularly
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Next to it is one H0 layout composed of several modules
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The topic is America in the mid-50s of the last century
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#41 Posted : 09 July 2024 20:34:33(UTC)
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The Austro-Hungarian layout starts here
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Here is a nice big city
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Next up is a recycling yard
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#42 Posted : 14 July 2024 18:06:58(UTC)
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Next is the castle that became a monastery
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One railroad crossing near the farm
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Firefighters in action
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Lumberjacks have work to do
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#43 Posted : 21 July 2024 20:44:48(UTC)
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After one construction site, you reach a larger depot for locomotives
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There is one stop next to the hippodrome
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And next to a village
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