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hello I am new here :-$

and for this reason I want present myself by means of my Internet site

legotreinen and bldg.

gladly response concerning what you think of it.

thanks Patrick.

;-)

link: My Webpage

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Every time I see those nice late '80s trains I drool. Too live in europe and buy these would be wonderful (not many come up in NZ, let alone for less then an exhorbitant price).

Your pictures are great, a good inspiration, but I do find the scrolling marquee text on your thumbnails page to be highly distracting.

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welcome *sweet*

there are some pretty great details on your layout! love that shot with the engines and the watertank 8-

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Hello Patrick and welcom to the train and town section!

Your layout is beautifull, with a lot of train tracks, and some good features. A nice layout!

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welcome *sweet*

there are some pretty great details on your layout! love that shot with the engines and the watertank 8-

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Nice layout ! Glad you joined ! (and welcome)

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Nice layout ! Glad you joined ! (and welcome)

Thanks to all

sorry my englisch is not so well.

:-$

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you have a very nice layout here, i especially like the trees and flowers, didnt know tlc had done bananas.

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Well my layout is nothing if you compare our layout with eachother :-( . Alhough, I do like your layout Patje.

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you have a very nice layout here, i especially like the trees and flowers, didnt know tlc had done bananas.

Bananas??

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Bananas??

meh cant get the image to show, anyway theres a picture of a brickbuilt tree with bananas hanging down ib the foto place on that site

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Sorry for my late reply - welcome to EB :-)

I like your layout a lot. Just one question: what did you use as track ballast? Looks like some sort of pebbles? I've thought about some track ballast for my own layout, too, just haven't found anything to my liking (and easy to use) yet.

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Sorry for my late reply - welcome to EB :-)

I like your layout a lot. Just one question: what did you use as track ballast? Looks like some sort of pebbles? I've thought about some track ballast for my own layout, too, just haven't found anything to my liking (and easy to use) yet.

Indeed it are pebbles

the smallest measure. You can find this

in shops where you finde fish and matrials for ponds.

it is sold in bags of 25 kilogrammes

On the layout now et lies there is now more than 50 kilogrammes

of pebbles.

Het is not possibel to do that whit tiles of 1x1

patrick.

8-|

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I don't have any trains myself (except the space train), but this looks really nice.

You seem to have a dedicated room in your house for your trains.

It's nice to see that you wife and son are also sharing your hobby.

My girlfriend is not interested at all in my lego |-/

In which town do you live? I'm from Nijlen.

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I don't have any trains myself (except the space train), but this looks really nice.

You seem to have a dedicated room in your house for your trains.

It's nice to see that you wife and son are also sharing your hobby.

My girlfriend is not interested at all in my lego |-/

In which town do you live? I'm from Nijlen.

I am of the region around Kortrijk

you around Antwerp this way to see

we live approximately 130 km of each other

;-) :-)

Patrick

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hello I am new here :-$

and for this reason I want present myself by means of my Internet site

legotreinen and bldg.

gladly response concerning what you think of it.

thanks Patrick.

;-)

link: My Webpage

Youre webpage is great.

Yes trains, especially the older sets are the best :-) :-)

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Every time I see those nice late '80s trains I drool.

Do not worry I will send you some tissue paper for Christmas :-)

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At last,

The site once more up to date,

for the first time after a long time….

The update is happened under own-engines

The collectie is increased with 4 trains

look at: own-engines

Now I have 50 original trains.

Visit My Website

:cry_happy:

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Wow! It's been three years. Will have to check out your new site and collection.

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Wow! It's been three years. Will have to check out your new site and collection.

There is many an changing in the layout I hope that in 2010 have enough time for the hobby, and can post more pictures.

and take the site under hands en make de site compleet

up to date...

:wacko::hmpf:

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There is many an changing in the layout I hope that in 2010 have enough time for the hobby, and can post more pictures.

and take the site under hands en make de site compleet

up to date...

:wacko::hmpf:

Welcome to EB Patje. As I mentioned in another thread, I have also been a big fan of your layouts for a while. It is great to have you on Eurobricks! I am looking forward to seeing all your updates soon.

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Wow! You're layout looks great and I am excited to do some exploring on your website. As I just joined EB in mid-2009, I had not seen your site before. I have bookmarked it and will continue to check it out. Great work!

Edit: And your cat is hilarious! Love the pictures of the cat on the layout. :wink:

-Dave

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Edited by Cyclone Breezerider

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Up date

Layout at Home

A next project where I am now busy on it, is second mountain.

with there above, a small mini city.

to get the impact, that the city much further state in the mountains

see update

:blush::hmpf:

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At last,

The site once more up to date,

for the first time after a long time….

The update is happened under own-engines

The collectie is increased with 4 trains

look at: own-engines

Now I have 50 original trains.

Visit My Website

:cry_happy:

That's a pretty complete collection of Lego trains. Is there any train since 1980 that you don't have yet? :classic:

Just for curiousity: how many of your trains did you buy back in the 70s, 80s and 90s where they were sold in shops, and how many did you buy second-hand in recent years?

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That's a pretty complete collection of Lego trains. Is there any train since 1980 that you don't have yet? :classic:

Just for curiousity: how many of your trains did you buy back in the 70s, 80s and 90s where they were sold in shops, and how many did you buy second-hand in recent years?

I have the complete 7000 series

its difficult to say when I have bought this trains… you can see it approximately, to the date of pictures

when i bought all trains (website : own engines)

The most in the years 1980 up to 2000

I have the complete 9volt series

+ all the remains after the 9volt series (10000 series)

Now i go back in the time en buy the 700 series and the 100 series

:classic:

Edited by patje

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