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entry 30 Oct 2013, 22:05
After turning from the Austrian section you are presented with this large mainline station:




There is a large roundhouse to the rear housing a number of steam locomotives:




A wedding cameo scene:




A reverse view of the station:




That Thomas gets about! Here he, Annie and Clarabel are running on the branch at the back of this section:




There are industrial scenes too such as this coalmine




Another valley




A branchline station which is served by a shuttle train




A theatre which is putting on a performance of Romeo & Juliet. The performers are quite sprightly and not at all wooden wink.gif




Another valley




That's all for now. The journey through Mittel Deutschland will continue in the next part.

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post 30 Oct 2013, 22:52
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Very nice David,

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Thanks Neil. That last photo of the river with the bridge behind reminds me of the river scene on your previous layout. I seem to remember you had a guy fishing too? wink.gif

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QUOTE (dwb @ 1 Nov 2013, 07:39)
Thanks Neil. That last photo of the river with the bridge behind reminds me of the river scene on your previous layout. I seem to remember you had a guy fishing too? wink.gif

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Hi David, yes and it's the exact same one. Preiser I believe.

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I guess he must have the German translation of "Fly Fishing" by J.R. Hartley wink.gif



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Yes, I remember that add. While since I've seen it though.

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Having visited Minature Wunderland in May this year and spent a whole day there I realised that even that was not long enough. Even my wife found it fascinating and obviously had seen things that I missed when we discussed it later.

I would hope to visit again in another couple of years when maybe the UK section will be up and running, but next time I will plan for a 2 day visit.
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