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Chinahand
post 24 Dec 2010, 00:42
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Hi Dimitrios and welcome to the MRF.

As you will see we have pretty much got global membership so you are more than welcome in our happy band.

I look forward to seeing some pictures of your layout but meanwhile it would be helpful if you could provide us with a few instructions on how to view you web site.

Best wishes for a very Merry Christmas and a Peaceful New Year.


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post 24 Dec 2010, 08:36
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QUOTE (Expat @ 24 Dec 2010, 00:42) *
Hi Dimitrios and welcome to the MRF.

As you will see we have pretty much got global membership so you are more than welcome in our happy band.

I look forward to seeing some pictures of your layout but meanwhile it would be helpful if you could provide us with a few instructions on how to view you web site.

Best wishes for a very Merry Christmas and a Peaceful New Year.


Dear Expat
you are right. My website is in greek in order to encourage greek kids to be joined in our hobby. Soon, I will translate some webpages in foreign languages.
Now, my pictures and videos are located in http://www.modeltrain.gr/visual.php . You can also find them by http://www.modeltrain.gr, then go to Menu/Download/Video and double click on titles Merry Christmas.... and Happy New year.... (most of them are uploaded on www.youtube.com).
Some other videos are on Menu/Diorama/Design and double click on Video 1, video 2
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post 24 Dec 2010, 08:57
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Hi Dimitrios ,
Welcome to the forum and I look forward to seeing your pictures of your model railway.
I wish you a very Happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year .From a very hot and dry Northland, New Zealand.


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Hi Dinmitrios

Welcome to the forum. Hope you stick arround.

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post 13 Jan 2011, 18:24
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My webpages http://www.modeltrain.gr/index.php?lang=en are now in english. Enjoy yourself.
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post 24 Jan 2011, 02:55
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Hi Dimitrios and belated thanks for providing those links.

My apologies for not replying earlier but have been in hospital.


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post 12 Feb 2011, 21:59
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Dear Expat, good recovery
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QUOTE (zevgolis @ 2 Dec 2010, 15:54) *
Dear Friends
thanks once again for your replies. Here in Greece there is few modeler (like Dimitris K from Piraeus) who really make amazing layouts. I try to combine Modelltrains and Education, especially for kids, and encourage them to join in our hobby. From the other side, I would like to finish my layout with a trainlift (like a parking for trains). In the near future I report to you about this work.
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Hi Dimitrios
Welcome to the forum, I am very interested in your train lift. I am building my new layout at this time, and
have just purchased all the materials I need to build a four shelf train lift. I don't think I will get much work
done this side of Christmas but hope to post some pictures late Jan or early Feb. It will be good in the future to
compare the differences or similarities of our efforts. Once again a warm welcome and enjoy.

Cheers Dave.

Interested to here how you both approach this project. Mine was started some 30 ish years back, you may find this of interest Visit My Website please post how you decide to progress. Beeman


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QUOTE (zevgolis @ 2 Dec 2010, 15:54) *
Dear Friends
thanks once again for your replies. Here in Greece there is few modeler (like Dimitris K from Piraeus) who really make amazing layouts. I try to combine Modelltrains and Education, especially for kids, and encourage them to join in our hobby. From the other side, I would like to finish my layout with a trainlift (like a parking for trains). In the near future I report to you about this work.
Best regards
Dimitrios



QUOTE (smokey dave @ 2 Dec 2010, 19:36) *
Hi Dimitrios
Welcome to the forum, I am very interested in your train lift. I am building my new layout at this time, and
have just purchased all the materials I need to build a four shelf train lift. I don't think I will get much work
done this side of Christmas but hope to post some pictures late Jan or early Feb. It will be good in the future to
compare the differences or similarities of our efforts. Once again a warm welcome and enjoy.

Cheers Dave.

Sorry this is somewhat belated ,but only just found your post. Interested to hear how you both approach this project. huh.gif Mine was started some 30 ish years back, you may find this of interest Visit My Website please post how you decide to progress and your result . also have a look at this for an electrical circuit that WORKS, forget stepper motors and complicated electronics, this STOPS on the thickness of a paper clipVisit My Website. rolleyes.gif While I originally designed it for the turntable I have since used it for the Vertical Storage Unit, the results being more consistent than I had previously. One can get variations due to temperature/humidity. Good Luck both Beeman


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post 14 Feb 2011, 17:54
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Perfect, dear beeman
thank you very much for your information. In the near future I present to you my project with trainlift.... at the moment, you can see my webpages in english http://www.modeltrain.gr/index.php?lang=en
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