Subject: Chemin de Fer de la Guette Sun Jun 28, 2009 8:36 pm
The 'train running toady'.
Seriously. I had for the second weekend some new friendly Frenchies come and visit. Top people from 'pas trés loin' at Férrieres en Brie . Patrick et Gilles new to garden railways but existing modellers and both hoping to create an extensive railway in a basement.
So I let them drive a couple of engines. It was hot and a lovely day for trains.
But no not this one Mikey. It was just out for show. I have now got 2 more orders for Tramway engines.
And yes the monster made an appearance after 9 months of inactivity. I have still got a fuel supply problem but nevertheless it fired up, ran for a while and drowned out the neighbour's lawnmower. Could be good for a run on the VPR.
Location : Charente, France
Subject: Re: Chemin de Fer de la Guette Sun Jun 28, 2009 9:08 pm
Only just got in from running trains all day myself.
YES the MONSTER must run at VPR, I will pack ear defenders!
also blogging at www.frenchgardenrailways.com
Subject: Re: Chemin de Fer de la Guette Tue Jun 30, 2009 4:31 pm
this day it is very good for me and for Gilles. the train "EMMA" is beautifull and i think to buy this steam engine
excuse for my English very very no percfect
Location : Dordogne France
Subject: Re: Chemin de Fer de la Guette Tue Jun 30, 2009 5:03 pm
Excuse my ignorance but what is the VPR?
Carl Hibbs Admin
Location : Haute Normandie - visitors welcome
Subject: Re: Chemin de Fer de la Guette Tue Jun 30, 2009 5:37 pm
Patrick....You are very welcome here. Please post in French if you prefer. There are several French people like you on this forum.
Tu es vraiment bienvenu ici et Gilles aussi. Tu peut poster en français si tu préfére et nous aimerons bien que tu participe dans les discours.
Quand tu commence le Regner Emma kit nous pouvons donner les astuces.
Sorry Mikey you asked about the VPR..... Can't tell you I'm afraid. You'll have to figure that one out yourself. It's easier than you think.
Location : Portsmouth, England
Subject: Re: Chemin de Fer de la Guette Tue Jun 30, 2009 8:33 pm
Some great pics here, looks like a great time was had by all.
Aussi, bienvenue a Patrick!
Fat Controller of the S&CGR
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