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Offline Martin T  
#1 Posted : 14 February 2014 21:45:53(UTC)
Martin T

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Posts: 842
Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Hi! BigGrin

A lot of the threads in this forum includes photos. You have all taken soo many nice photos of your layouts and trains. ThumpUp
But which of all your photos do YOU consider to be your best photo ever (so far)?!!! Huh

Please go ahead and publish it in this thread.
Add some information about camera, lens, lights and a short discription of what we see in the photo.
We also want to know why you think it's your best photo.

Keep on posting awesome photos!
Regards / Martin T
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Offline Martin T  
#2 Posted : 14 February 2014 22:00:30(UTC)
Martin T

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Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Here's my best photo so far.

This is a special photo taken of my previous layout (now gone). It captures the moment all the forum members arrives to Marbrodal station to help me build a wooden cabin. The wooden crate is Ians tools for the construction work.

I used a rather short depth of field to blur everything except my Preiser avatar greeting the first man approaching him.

I think this is my best photo while it captures a scene where I meet all of my friends at marklin-user.net.
NOT IRL, NOT on www, but on my layout! BigGrin

Date: 22nd November 2010 at 10.00PM.
Camera: Canon HF-S10
Lens: Raynox wideangle conversion lens 2,8
Light: 2 x 125Watt halogen ramps (cheap work lights)


UserPostedImage

A full resolution image can be viewed here: http://www.xn--mrklintg-0zaq.se/bilder/Bild064.jpg
Regards / Martin T
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Offline franciscohg  
#3 Posted : 15 February 2014 00:19:41(UTC)
franciscohg

Chile   
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Location: Patagonia
I love this one

UserPostedImage
UserPostedImage German trains era I-II and selected III, era depends on the mood, mostly Maerklin but i can be heretic if needed XD, heresy is no longer an issue.. LOL
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User is suspended until 23/03/4752 12:54:35(UTC) Mulldog Lemon  
#4 Posted : 15 February 2014 04:14:10(UTC)
Mulldog Lemon

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Better than should be expected? Can't remember...

UserPostedImage

Edited by user 21 April 2014 03:42:58(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

UserPostedImage
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Offline DaleSchultz  
#5 Posted : 15 February 2014 04:35:38(UTC)
DaleSchultz


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Dale
Arrival and Departure signs: http://remotesign.mixmox.com
My first layout: http://layout.mixmox.com
My current layout (under construction): http://cabin-layout.mixmox.com
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Offline Martin T  
#6 Posted : 15 February 2014 09:18:48(UTC)
Martin T

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Originally Posted by: DaleSchultz Go to Quoted Post


Hi!
Your roundhouse interiour is just fabulos! One can really both smell and feel the ambience in there looking at the photos.
ThumpUp

Regards / Martin T
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Offline Ian555  
#7 Posted : 15 February 2014 10:15:24(UTC)
Ian555

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Hi all,

One of my favourites at the moment.....T5..3412.

Ian.


T5..3412.

....
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Offline foumaro  
#8 Posted : 15 February 2014 13:19:02(UTC)
foumaro

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My favorite locos all together.The Delaware and Hudson pair is missing,i bought it later.LOL Love
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Offline kweekalot  
#9 Posted : 15 February 2014 14:06:40(UTC)
kweekalot

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Hi Martin,
Very good idea to start this thread !! ThumpUp

My favorite photo is my refurbished (built out of four broken B-103's) 1960s Faller station B-103 "Schönblick" (taken with a 6 years old Kodak compact camera).
I like the photo because I put a lot of effort in rebuilding the station, which is one of my favorite Faller kits.

Marco

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Offline Gregor  
#10 Posted : 15 February 2014 15:43:37(UTC)
Gregor

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I would go for this one

Gregor
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Offline alan  
#11 Posted : 15 February 2014 17:30:28(UTC)
alan

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my Swedish 3118
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Offline DaleSchultz  
#12 Posted : 15 February 2014 17:32:40(UTC)
DaleSchultz


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Gregor, very nice indeed!

what lights did you use in the roof?
Dale
Arrival and Departure signs: http://remotesign.mixmox.com
My first layout: http://layout.mixmox.com
My current layout (under construction): http://cabin-layout.mixmox.com
Offline Ross  
#13 Posted : 15 February 2014 23:08:42(UTC)
Ross

Australia   
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Hello All,

UserPostedImage

This photo was liked by a lot of forum members when I showed it some time in 2010
Ross
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Offline Gregor  
#14 Posted : 15 February 2014 23:42:04(UTC)
Gregor

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Originally Posted by: DaleSchultz Go to Quoted Post
Gregor, very nice indeed!

what lights did you use in the roof?

Dale, these are 12V warm white LEDs on an adhesive strip, which I operate at 7.5V.
They are glued to two aluminum strips which rest on the catenary masts, so I can take the station roof off without all kind of cables attached.

Gregor
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Offline Markus Schild  
#15 Posted : 15 February 2014 23:43:34(UTC)
Markus Schild

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Hi,

no Märklin.

UserPostedImage

ANTAL loco and SMCF Post car on VB rails.

Regards

Markus
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Offline Janne75  
#16 Posted : 16 February 2014 00:41:40(UTC)
Janne75

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Originally Posted by: Gregor Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: DaleSchultz Go to Quoted Post
Gregor, very nice indeed!

what lights did you use in the roof?

Dale, these are 12V warm white LEDs on an adhesive strip, which I operate at 7.5V.
They are glued to two aluminum strips which rest on the catenary masts, so I can take the station roof off without all kind of cables attached.

Gregor


Hi Gregor,

Very nice work as I really thought that your photo is from real station and not model railroad. But when I see the photo again I can see the middle studs "pukos" or what ever... You have caught very good realistic look to your station ThumpUp .

Regards,
Janne
Märklin H0 digital layout. I have analog and digital H0 Collection. Rolling stock mostly from era I, II, III and IV. Märklin 1 gauge beginner.
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Offline foumaro  
#17 Posted : 16 February 2014 05:19:57(UTC)
foumaro

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Originally Posted by: Markus Schild Go to Quoted Post
Hi,

no Märklin.

UserPostedImage

ANTAL loco and SMCF Post car on VB rails.

Regards

Markus

I cannot see the photo.OhMyGod
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Offline pab  
#18 Posted : 19 February 2014 18:43:38(UTC)
pab

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For now I take this one, maybe another day I change my mind Cool

UserPostedImage

Aperture f/5.6, no flash, time 1.3 seconds, canon 50d
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Offline kbvrod  
#19 Posted : 19 February 2014 19:48:00(UTC)
kbvrod

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Hi all,
Nice work everyone!ThumpUp

Your Bw photos?Sneaky

Dirt
Offline RayF  
#20 Posted : 20 February 2014 09:45:12(UTC)
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This is one of my favourite photos. I know it's not very good, technically, but I think it has lots of atmosphere.

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Ray
Mostly Marklin.Selection of different eras and European railways
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Offline pab  
#21 Posted : 20 February 2014 11:00:33(UTC)
pab

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Originally Posted by: kbvrod Go to Quoted Post
Hi all,
Your Bw photos?Sneaky

Dirt


Hi Kevin

Something like this

UserPostedImage

UserPostedImage

All pictures without flash, long exposure times.
First picture has a great atmosphere, second one looks very deserted.
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Offline Janne75  
#22 Posted : 20 February 2014 11:30:23(UTC)
Janne75

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I like this photo of my Italian FS locomotives. I am happy how their colors match the cork and one building in the background. Layout scenery is not ready, but for these locomotives the colors are just right ones...

UserPostedImage

Photo was taken with my iPhone 4 and I take always my photos with iPhone or iPad as I don´t have other digital cameras.

Regards,
Janne
Märklin H0 digital layout. I have analog and digital H0 Collection. Rolling stock mostly from era I, II, III and IV. Märklin 1 gauge beginner.
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User is suspended until 23/03/4752 12:54:35(UTC) Mulldog Lemon  
#23 Posted : 23 February 2014 05:25:22(UTC)
Mulldog Lemon

Australia   
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Posts: 635
Originally Posted by: kbvrod Go to Quoted Post
Hi all,
Nice work everyone!ThumpUp

Your Bw photos?Sneaky

Dirt


shopped

UserPostedImage

Edited by user 21 April 2014 10:46:18(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

UserPostedImage
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Offline TrainIride  
#24 Posted : 23 February 2014 11:44:06(UTC)
TrainIride

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Location: FRANCE
Hi everybody,

one "déjà vue" I like for its atmosphere
taken with HP Photosmart R507 4.1Mpix;

Piko 040b



and one I've taken today;

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Offline intruder  
#25 Posted : 28 February 2014 15:11:22(UTC)
intruder

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Posts: 5,532
Location: Akershus, Norway
Maybe this one?
28502 x-ray

I am also quite happy with this one:
34831 in the dark
Shot on the living room table with the camera sitting on the track
Canon Powershot G6, 15 seconds, f/8, focal length 29mm (135 format = approx. 140 mm)
Best regards Svein, Norway
grumpy old sod
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Offline alan  
#26 Posted : 28 February 2014 18:00:02(UTC)
alan

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Joined: 20/06/2012(UTC)
Posts: 225
Location: devon

bought my 9th ccs 800 at my local auction yesterday
no box and it still cost a arm and a leg
but I couldn't resist it
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Offline Janne75  
#27 Posted : 28 February 2014 20:11:55(UTC)
Janne75

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Originally Posted by: alan Go to Quoted Post

bought my 9th ccs 800 at my local auction yesterday
no box and it still cost a arm and a leg
but I couldn't resist it


Hi Alan,

Your 9th CCS 800!! Drool Love You are very lucky to have such a Collection of them. How many SBB Crocodiles in total, or are all of them CCS 800 models? Your Collection must be amazing...

I don't have even a single CCS 800, but I would like to have one day an olive green CCS 800.5 with either the original Typ 5 pantographs or replace them with old "new" original Typ 4.1 pantographs. I have two of these Typ 4.1 already waiting for CCS 800... RollEyes. I like Typ 4.1 version very much as they look similar than the "real thing".

Cheers,
Janne
Märklin H0 digital layout. I have analog and digital H0 Collection. Rolling stock mostly from era I, II, III and IV. Märklin 1 gauge beginner.
Offline GlennM  
#28 Posted : 01 March 2014 18:02:16(UTC)
GlennM

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Location: Somewhere Near Manchester, England
Currently this is one of my favorite MRR photos, taken at Mike's Märklin Club UK Running Day last year [to test his new exhibition layout];


10891694_1385537631748037_2518333215653338070_n.jpg



BR

Glenn

Edited by user 02 August 2017 01:08:19(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

Don't look back, your not heading that way.
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Offline hennabm  
#29 Posted : 01 March 2014 22:27:15(UTC)
hennabm

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Location: Edinburgh,
Hi all
I do't think I can compete with the majority of the photos here for their technical aspects but here is mine. taken on the set up night for last year's open day.

It shows the last train at Talheim and the last passenger making his way to the taxi rank.

UserPostedImage

The nose of the MkI Granada is waiting and the scene is light by the light from the telephone box.

To me it is very atmospheric.

Mike
1957 - 1985 era
What's digital?
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Offline petestra  
#30 Posted : 02 March 2014 00:33:10(UTC)
petestra

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Location: Leesburg,VA.USA
Isn't the last train home known as the "drunk collector"? Laugh

Nice photo! Peter Cool
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Offline Ian555  
#31 Posted : 04 March 2014 08:37:44(UTC)
Ian555

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Hi all,

Another favourite of mine.

Ian.


Winter scene.

....
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Offline shamrock  
#32 Posted : 04 March 2014 19:29:15(UTC)
shamrock

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"Joy & Love". My best Marklin picture ever. The kids recently holding Dutch trains for the first time.

CS2/C-Track digital turnouts/Collection back to 1948/Current favorites on track: KPEV T16.1 37166, BR 53 37024, Ae 6/6 11453, Krok 39560
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Offline petestra  
#33 Posted : 04 March 2014 22:29:24(UTC)
petestra

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Lovely photo, Tim. You're starting them off right! Cheers,PeterThumpUp Smile
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Offline French_Fabrice  
#34 Posted : 04 March 2014 22:56:05(UTC)
French_Fabrice

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Hi All,

I've chosen this one, extracted from my previous layout:

UserPostedImage

I like the atmosphere...
Cheers
Fabrice
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Offline petestra  
#35 Posted : 05 March 2014 00:38:08(UTC)
petestra

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I agree, Fabrice. Excellent atmosphere and lighting. Peter ThumpUp Smile
Offline Br502362  
#36 Posted : 05 March 2014 14:36:30(UTC)
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My favourite now Smile

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Offline petestra  
#37 Posted : 05 March 2014 22:14:04(UTC)
petestra

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Again, excellent atmosphere and lighting. Peter ThumpUp ThumpUp ThumpUp Smile
Offline shamrock  
#38 Posted : 07 March 2014 01:41:07(UTC)
shamrock

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Originally Posted by: petestra Go to Quoted Post
Lovely photo, Tim. You're starting them off right! Cheers,PeterThumpUp Smile


Thank you, Peter! It's been great to have them involved!!

Cheers,

Tim

CS2/C-Track digital turnouts/Collection back to 1948/Current favorites on track: KPEV T16.1 37166, BR 53 37024, Ae 6/6 11453, Krok 39560
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Offline Frankenbahner  
#39 Posted : 19 March 2014 11:43:14(UTC)
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Propably not my best one, but at least one of my favourite layout photos:

UserPostedImage

Regards,
Florian
H0 3-rail AC with DCC, MM and mfx, 2-rail DC streetcars, and N gauge
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Offline river6109  
#40 Posted : 22 March 2014 16:20:23(UTC)
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Location: On 1965 Märklin Boulevard just around from Roco Square
Märklin around 1900
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Offline mnosal  
#41 Posted : 23 March 2014 20:02:42(UTC)
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I really like this scene of mine:
UserPostedImage
Marklin z-scale Orient Express

It's on my first z-scale diorama, and features the Marklin 81080 Long Distance Express (aka Orient Express) train set. The quality and level of detail on the set is impressive, the paint on the engine is precisely applied. I really like the composition of the overhead scene at the train crossing, with the guard's shack and barriers, and it has a realistic feel to the scene.

Pentax K-7, FA 50mm/f1.4 lens. 1/15th second @ f18 on tripod.

Cheers,
Michael
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Offline river6109  
#42 Posted : 27 March 2014 02:12:57(UTC)
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Location: On 1965 Märklin Boulevard just around from Roco Square
this is one of my favorite photo shots but since it was taken a lot has changed (Overhead system has been added)
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Offline petestra  
#43 Posted : 27 March 2014 16:57:30(UTC)
petestra

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I have never considered myself to be that great of a photographer but I do like this one. Peter
Love

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Offline Deborail  
#44 Posted : 21 April 2014 19:37:56(UTC)
Deborail

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Location: RAK
My best ever has to be this one....Low evening light....This is a SD 45 Erie Lackawanna Loco...

UserPostedImage
George

Given enough time, tasks manage themselves.
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Offline kimballthurlow  
#45 Posted : 06 June 2014 13:32:23(UTC)
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Australia   
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Location: Brisbane, Australia
Hi,

My best in one category - just for something off-track and different so to speak.
This is Marklin model #16064 offered in 2010.

Edited by user 06 June 2014 22:46:33(UTC)  | Reason: added model number

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Offline JYL  
#46 Posted : 08 June 2014 01:42:13(UTC)
JYL

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Hi everybody, I like this one

**** There is no train from Two to two to Two for two ****
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Offline Ian555  
#47 Posted : 12 June 2014 19:39:26(UTC)
Ian555

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BigBoy 4014.

BigBoy 4014.
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Offline mrmarklin  
#48 Posted : 17 June 2014 22:13:11(UTC)
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Not a model, but my best train shot yet.Cool
From the People's Republik of Kalifornia
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Offline waorb  
#49 Posted : 18 June 2014 19:47:50(UTC)
waorb

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Originally Posted by: mrmarklin Go to Quoted Post
Not a model, but my best train shot yet.Cool

ThumpUp

Frankfurt Airport?
Offline Martin T  
#50 Posted : 19 June 2014 13:48:43(UTC)
Martin T

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Originally Posted by: mrmarklin Go to Quoted Post
UserPostedImage

Not a model, but my best train shot yet.Cool


AAAWESOME PHOTO!!
ThumpUp
Regards / Martin T
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