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  1. greffern

    The Preisser at large....

    I found a wonderful french website with pictures of these small people in strange surroundings. The webpage is neatly coded and intuitive. Link
  2. greffern

    hello

    Here is a nut... http://www.dmjk.org/images/DSCF0946_600.JPG
  3. greffern

    hello

    At least you know where Norway is.... Nice to hear from you. Look up my album, mostly norwegian trains there. I drive a cab in Bærum. We got some trains too.
  4. greffern

    The Coffee Shop is now open. Come on in and say hello.

    About the polar bears... I crate them, attach animal handlers and enough frozen meat to last for a while. Kind of fun... Next year maybe I'll send them to Europe, actually this picture was taken in Rendsburg, Germany...
  5. greffern

    The Coffee Shop is now open. Come on in and say hello.

    It is a Z scale layout and it is not mine, caught it on an exhibition, so here are the flipside: And I have spotted a sofa for it:
  6. greffern

    The Coffee Shop is now open. Come on in and say hello.

    You need a telly..... and I know everything 'bout transporting them polar bear buddies..... So here is the telly:
  7. greffern

    hello

    Velkommen til Modelltog Forumet, flatbutt56.
  8. greffern

    polar freight...

    I wonder why there are no people waiting for the train? They suddenly disappeared screaming......
  9. greffern

    In the destructive mode..........

    Yep, we did. It was removed before the module jumping began......... :)
  10. greffern

    model R.R. poll

    What about Roco, Lima (down and out), Heljan, Piko, Trix, Heljan, Klein, Fleischmann, HAG, Bemo, Liliput, Aster and Märklin? I have surely forgotten some. These are the manufacturers I'm familiar with.
  11. greffern

    In the destructive mode..........

    Well, I might do so if I win the Lottery...... Exactly where is, Nova Scotia. Hmm.............. Joke a side, we are building a new part of the layout so those modules had to go. But I highly recomend this procedure. These modules is most definately returned into history, and it was...
  12. greffern

    In the destructive mode..........

    Hmmm, it was great fun to do this. Kind of addictive.......
  13. greffern

    In the destructive mode..........

    We had some carnage at the club last thursday.... The result is pictured here: Photo
  14. greffern

    Anyone here use a Lenz system?

    Yes, our club uses Lenz. I like it.
  15. greffern

    1/87th Vehicles

    Hmm, there are many companies who make them 1/87 cars. You will most likely find them in model railroad stores as they are the same scale as H0. Chevrolet Bel Air 1955 by Classic Metal Work. Here is a webpage with some info: Link
  16. greffern

    OK the Weekends Here! What are you doing?

    No, I didn't build that TV layout, but I was at an all Z-scale module meeting last weekend. There was some really nice layouts there.
  17. greffern

    OK the Weekends Here! What are you doing?

    Here is a photo from the weekend:
  18. greffern

    OK the Weekends Here! What are you doing?

    You are bound to find a good idea here.. Link It is in german though, but they have a T-rex............
  19. greffern

    OK the Weekends Here! What are you doing?

    Hello, here we are into the Z scale this weekend...... There is a modular meeting going on this weekend. There are some photos here: http://www.norskmjforum.no/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=3962
  20. greffern

    "What are you working on?" Thread

    Maximum module length: 1,2 meter. You must remember that Norway was occupied for 5 years and that the germans left so much stuff here that the government made an own department to govern it all. When they left, they just went home. The module is planned with a couple of bunkers and maybe some...



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