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abdusta
post 25 Dec 2008, 11:43
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Hello sirs,

I am a newbie modeller just passed my 3 lovely years.


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Neil said :For those who don't know Abd does some excellent modelling of Turkish places, in particular Ephesus is absolutely brilliant


Thanks mr.Neil I choose the modelling place selcuk train station was built in beginning of 1900 very famous with stone buildings

Selcuk a small train station town next to Ephesus well known antic city of the B.C

I planned design in one side exactly9meters x 4 meters layout with DC system most probably using with TILLIG rails.
In the final I manage with ECOS commander both system.

In this plan I try to do exactly 1/87 copy of the station and the environment with part of antic city ephesus and a mountain village very famaous with old houses in the years of 1960's

I was in the region and took abot 500 pictures for use
during modelling.


For Turkey This will be the first strong modeltrain project.

In the final I Hope rivet counters will satisfy during stone counting of the houses.

Here down some main pictures from works
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stone warehouse





The last one is test mini layout for exercise before ballasting of the rails in the project which is my nightmare.

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post 25 Dec 2008, 12:28
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Excellent work - thanks for the pictures.
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post 25 Dec 2008, 13:21
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Abd,
Brilliant work thanks for sharing the pictures, very inspirational, look forward to seeing some more soon.

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post 25 Dec 2008, 19:26
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Great pictures! Most interesting! Hope to see more soon!

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post 25 Dec 2008, 21:41
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Hi Abd, welcome to the forum. Thanks for showing some pictures of your excellent modelling.

Good to have you onboard. thumbsup.gif

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Excellent work !!! I love your buildings ! They are so kewl .... Can you post some more pictures of your buildings in close up the detail looks fantastic!! Keep going your work is great



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A lot of newbie's arriving to MRF lately wink.gif

Abd is my mentor and one of the leading figures in Turkish modelrailroading. A 250 sq meter layout and a dedicated Maerklinist.
However this new project of his is all 2 rail and will be one of its kind when completed.Hopefully to be seen by the public when completed in Dortmund.

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Hello
Continue to built the road and underground way across side of station as showen in the plan



Underground way almost completed I made a mirror at right side
for monitoring the narrow tunnel





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Abd,
thank you for the new pictures, very good work.

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That is really really good Abd. The stone work is fantastic.


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WOOOW clap.gif clap.gif

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Amazing!

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Superb detail round the drain cover !
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Words fail me! Just inspiring.

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Excellent work very impressive

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