FREMO meeting in Kolding, Denmark
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FREMO meeting in Kolding, Denmark, Oktober 4-7
There will be the largest ever FREMO-US modular layout in H0 scale with a total module length of 268 meters. The layout covers a space of approx 400 square meters, the hall size itself is 43,5x23,6 meters. The layout contains modules from Denmark, Sweden and Germany.
The second hall is a little bit larger (46x25,3) and contains a H0-Europe layout.
Thomas

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Sounds exciting, keep us posted if you go. I have to admit, it's a long drive for me, even though I'd like to be there. Icon_lol Flying, well that's out of the question for us in today's atmosphere. If we can't get there by car, we just don't go. Nope
Don (ezdays) Day
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Cheers

357 357 I just flew in - - - from across the street! - - - and my arms are already tired :o 357 357

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Thomas,

could you please post the module plan ?

Viel Spass !
greetings from northern Germany
Joerg

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ezdays Wrote:Sounds exciting, keep us posted if you go. I have to admit, it's a long drive for me, even though I'd like to be there. Icon_lol
Yes, I will be there and will post some pics. From my hometown in Southwest Germany it is only a short drive of close to 900 kilometers ... Misngth
http://maps.google.de/maps?saddr=Schelme...ls&t=m&z=6

After remodelling of my transport boxes there fit now 12 meters of modules in the trunk of my car. Here's a shot of my test packing this summer:

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It is enough space left for loco's, cars and my DCC equipment, maybe also some clothes for change Icon_lol Don't tell my wife ... Eek

IndyCity Wrote:Thomas,

could you please post the module plan ?

Viel Spass !
I tried it yesterday to upload the files, but it didn't work. But I found the files also online on the FREMO website.
The European layout:
http://www.fremo-net.eu/uploads/media/Ko...ers_28.pdf
The US layout:
http://www.fremo-net.eu/uploads/media/Kolding2012V5.pdf
Thomas

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Thomas,
a really large US-layout! Plenty of train operations and switching!
Wish you a few good days and greetings to all from Dresden!
Cheers, Bernd

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Thomas, wünsche Dir viel spass in Kolding Thumbsup
greeting from the blade city Solingen / gruß aus der Klingenstadt Solingen

Harry

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First pics, still running trains ... 2285_
http://www.flickr.com/photos/tbie/sets/7...703762444/
Thomas

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Great pics! I'd have loved to see a huge layout like that! Nicely done modules and scenes. I like the duck-under sgins too. Thumbsup

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Still wish I could have been there. Great layout, I love details and there are plenty there.... Thumbsup
Don (ezdays) Day
Board administrator and
founder of the CANYON STATE RAILROAD
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wow nice pictures, have made ​​a fun, Thomas ?? !!
I like the Fremo !!!! Thumbsup Cheers
greeting from the blade city Solingen / gruß aus der Klingenstadt Solingen

Harry

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