Marklin meeting in my home

Zerogee

Zerogee

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Looks like a great meeting - I especially like the wonderfully weathered buildings, and love that bus in the second photo!

Also.... CAAAAAAKE...... :rofl:

Jon.
 
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wow, an entirely different and lovely train game.
those marklin gauge one models are superb, as are your station setting and figures.
yes the bus is beautiful
 
idlemarvel

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Excellent workmanship, and looks like you had a fabulous time.

Ditto comments above about the bus. Can you give some details please?
 
Zerogee

Zerogee

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Excellent workmanship, and looks like you had a fabulous time.

Ditto comments above about the bus. Can you give some details please?
As it was a Gauge 1 meet, sadly I suspect the bus is most likely 1/32 scale..... still lovely though!

Jon.
 
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Looks a great place to spend lots of sunny hours
 
Jaime

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Excellent workmanship, and looks like you had a fabulous time.

Ditto comments above about the bus. Can you give some details please?
Hi

The bus is a setra S6 from Schuco, in 1:32, and sorry I made a mistake, this is a G forum :sweatsmile:
 
Zerogee

Zerogee

Clencher's Bogleman
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Hi

The bus is a setra S6 from Schuco, in 1:32, and sorry I made a mistake, this is a G forum :sweatsmile:
You have a 45mm gauge line, and it's out in the garden - that's all that matters!
It's good to see something a little different on here, so don't worry at all.....

Jon.
 
lgbmad

lgbmad

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Such lovely atmospheric buildings......and look at that lovely blue sky....Roll on summer :)
kev
 
royale

royale

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Superb.
 
Jaime

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You have a 45mm gauge line, and it's out in the garden - that's all that matters!
It's good to see something a little different on here, so don't worry at all.....

Jon.
Ok!! Thank you... here other pics and some videos

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Enjoy!!!

Jaime
 

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phils2um

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Jamie, I agree with what everybody else says! Spectscular buildings and vignettes with the vehicles and figures! And, I love the trains! I can see absolutely nothing wrong with #1 scale on this site - after all, as Jon said, it is G gauge (45mm between the rails). I've got an older Märklin No. 5756 1 scale crocodile myself. It's awaiting digital conversion. Maybe I'll get to it this winter! Of course, once it's off and running I'll have to pick up a few 1 scale wagons for it to pull around! But, my heart's in the RhB!

Phil S.
 
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You have a 45mm gauge line, and it's out in the garden - that's all that matters!
It's good to see something a little different on here, so don't worry at all.....

Jon.
Yeah, it's trains, so we're interestedoing. Especially when the modelling is that good:clap::clap:
 
Jaime

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Jamie, I agree with what everybody else says! Spectscular buildings and vignettes with the vehicles and figures! And, I love the trains! I can see absolutely nothing wrong with #1 scale on this site - after all, as Jon said, it is G gauge (45mm between the rails). I've got an older Märklin No. 5756 1 scale crocodile myself. It's awaiting digital conversion. Maybe I'll get to it this winter! Of course, once it's off and running I'll have to pick up a few 1 scale wagons for it to pull around! But, my heart's in the RhB!

Phil S.
Hi, the crocodile is a beautiful machine, a friend brought his to the meeting, I think it's the same reference, with digital conversion, may be Esu decoder .
 
Jaime

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Yeah, it's trains, so we're interestedoing. Especially when the modelling is that good:clap::clap:
Thank you Paul, infortunately there are not many commercial kit of buildings in 1:32 and that requires the construction in scratch, I enjoy that but I would like to have more time to dedicate
 
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Great looking layout, what track system are you using, Marklin? I have been dabbling in 16mm but just bought a gauge one Aster swiss live steamer, so a new larger raised line will get built next year at my place so I can run it and my 16mm stuff. Thanks for posting!
 
Jaime

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Hi , thanks for your comment!! I used Gauge 1 Peco track, marklin isn’t for outdoor I believe.

Have a nice day!!

Jaime