Playmobil Interlude

Xav204

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Hello,

Respecfully I add some pics with Playmobil in the garden.

These pics are taken when the RCE jumped the tracks...
Fortunately, the layout was double tracks which allowed the crane to intervene...

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See you soon
 

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ebay mike

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Blimey, that was quick. You don't fancy popping over to Ely to give them a hand with that container train do you?
 
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playmofire

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Nice picture story; I like the shot from the helicopter.
 
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dunnyrail

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Blimey, that was quick. You don't fancy popping over to Ely to give them a hand with that container train do you?
Of course the one at Ely will take forever to sort because some idiot at Network Rail read the piece that talked about derailed coaches and sent a team into the Containers on the WAGONS to look for people. Thankfully there appeared to be no injuries to the PM Little People (no traffic Jam of Ambulances). Superb little story. I see a TV series here!
JonD
 

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Xav204

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I don't know.
I think RCE understood that it's better to not play with "pétanque" bowls
which allows works team to take care of their usual tasks
like maintenance of the tracks...

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Paul M

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The best thing about Playmobil, is you really can play with it!
 
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Xav204

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Hello,

Sometimes we have to wait at the Railroad Crossing...

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:snooze:
 
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playmofire

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A great series of photos with the train and other pieces nicely positioned to give an impression of movement - not too many photos and not too few. - they could be still frames taken from a movie.
 
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Xav204

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Nothing special...
Only a passing train

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Xav204

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" qui mange de la salade
n'est jamais malade...
"

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playmofire

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A great and amusing photo story there. Bravo!
 
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ebay mike

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Brilliant!
J’espère que vous avez un grand wagon de marchandises pour les concombres!
 
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Xav204

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Thank you all :blush:

You're both right. :D
Employees complain because they are needing additional wagons
but the Company cannot pay item 4109 for the moment
Your opinion may convince them
 

playmofire

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I think that bit is the (pivoting) 'bolster'. Does this mean they are expensive? I'm sure I saw a couple for sale recently on ebay.de

Usually, yes, very expensive. Grootspoor has one in at 79 euros.
 

Xav204

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Thank you very much.
I didn't know this store.
I think prices are very reasonable
 

Xav204

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Another country...
Another era ......

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