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Messagepar Invité » 27 janv. 2010 20:44

Kaspervelkommen til dette Forum,
fransk :
Kasper, bienvenue sur ce Forum
I think , it's probably the first time a Dane visits this forum an it's very well so .
Please, could you first in your profile - See above your screen - indicate your Chritian name, what kind of Märklin materiel you are presently used to , specially the kind of your track ( Märklin K or C track) and finally if your layout, works with a computer and in this case the type of your software.
I think ,there are some members who speaks rather well English and some others German too .
Sincerelly :trainregard:
Jean
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Messagepar jyl » 27 janv. 2010 21:08

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what do you guys think?

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All are good, but how many levels do you plan after ?

Does your soft is Wintrack ?
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Messagepar Invité » 27 janv. 2010 21:21

God aften fra en fransk,
Meanwhile ,I saw your network on my computer :
I was able to notice that you dash into your planning . A good advice :
Pay attention not to overload your network because it'll be afterwards difficult to change anything. :confused:
Don't forget to build an harmonious network with its landscape.
Before to begin the model railroad layout with the tracks, think " First
there was the landscape ,and then came the railway" like in the reality .
Try perhaps to make a first draft on a scale of 1:10 at the drawing board. This includes an accurate scale routing and an accompanying outlined landscape. :D a
Best wishes with your hobby
Jean
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Messagepar Invité » 27 janv. 2010 21:40

Hello Kasper,
You can see for example a blending between landscape and tracks of one of my former layout.
And now bye bye it's time to go to bed .
Jean

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Messagepar Shay » 28 janv. 2010 00:17

:D thank you all :)
:pirat:

right now
i'm working on the trackplan for my next upgrade
i'm not really sure which way to go

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i like number two the most because of the long tounouts
but
i will have to buy them all
and that will take some time!
so maybe i'll have to start like this:

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what do you guys think?


k

Hi,
It looks like hidden parts.
What's about the upper ones ?
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Messagepar svinehunden » 28 janv. 2010 00:53

Pay attention not to overload your network because it'll be afterwards difficult to change anything



i don't know anything about electrics
so i have to learn as i go along
i have very good relations with my modeltrain shop
they will hopefully help me
:roll:



Don't forget to build an harmonious network with its landscape



i am a model builder before a modeltrain man
you know what i mean?
i like building stuff so i have to make some beautiful landscape

and patine of rollingstock and buildings

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this was the first building i did for my layout
:D



the focus will be on photogénique before function
because my main hobby is foto, video and editing

salutations




k
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Messagepar svinehunden » 28 janv. 2010 11:28

Je suis reconnaissant pour l'accueil chaleureux

:D

yes
the plans i showed you are for the hidden yard

my plan is to have 3 layers

1. the shadow yard + return loop

2. station or freight terminal with engine facility

3. a scenic mountain route in gotthard

i have made some sketches of the other levels
but they are ONLY sketches

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i use wintrack to make the plans
can i upload the wintrack files??

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venlig hilsen

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Messagepar jyl » 28 janv. 2010 15:59

Hello Kasper,

Nice weathering !

Are you sure savage tags painting is a current swiss practice ? :lol!:
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Messagepar Invité » 28 janv. 2010 17:53

Hello Jean-Yves,
I'm living not far away from the swiss border and I confirm that tags are common at the Swiss railways SBB/CFF,maybe less on cars but especially on waggons without forgettig buildings moreover for example in Basel .
i think it's the price of some "rich countries" like Switzerland where a certain youth at a loose end but with money can allow itself this kind of sports because cans of paint are expansive .
Kesper didn't therefore make any mistake on his material . :no:
Good evening
Bonsoir à toi et merci , ainsi je me remets à l'anglais :D
Jean
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Messagepar Invité » 28 janv. 2010 18:06

Hello Kasper,
How are you ?
Glance perhaps on the networks of Dimitri ( Post Gotthtard ) and of Michel (Post Lötschberg also a famous track in Switzerland ) :Coeur:
These two swiss members of our Forum can give you an ouline of the railroad of the Gottard and on the way of conceiving your next network .
Best regards
Jean

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