SIDI FONTANA MOROCCO 1916 scale 1/72 oo9
#46
Franck, That is a great job, everything is very well done, and a very interesting layout. Your modeling of everything makes a truly wonderful scene, and it is quite unique. Definitely two thumbs up. Thumbsup Thumbsup
Charlie
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#47
Franck:

Fantastic work! The details are wonderful! Thanks for keeping us posted on all your work. It was great seeing this built. Now enjoy the fun of running it! Thumbsup Thumbsup
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~~ I wonder what that would look like in 1:20.3???
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#48
For the fun I add a few old style photos

[Image: 37409861481_0b44ccd858_b.jpg]IMG_7972 by franck combe, sur Flickr

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#49
and the true postcard that inspired me for my  layout.



[Image: 23572792158_9ca4179dfb_b.jpg]Meyer-photo1 by franck combe, sur Flickr



[Image: 23572777138_94e532ea89_z.jpg]Porte-Bab-Bouhaja-et-le-Tramway by franck combe, sur Flickr
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#50
Another great little layout. I am always fascinated by the prototypes you use for inspiration. That is far from the mainstream modeling. Your layouts are unique indeed Applause
Reinhard
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#51
These are additional rolling stocks done by decauville in 1915 for the french army.

[Image: 24182110008_28f51b8d28_o.jpg]IMG_7859 by franck combe, sur Flickr


[Image: 37980842576_d148022d07_o.jpg]IMG_7858 by franck combe, sur Flickr
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#52
Merry Christmas.



The three kings have already left their lands in seach for Jesus !



[Image: 39258976721_6656f356d0_b.jpg]noel by franck combe, sur Flickr
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#53
Thank you for the comments.

I will display this layout at the Nederlandse Modelspoordagen (Netherlands) 13 & 14 January 2018
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#54
franckcombe Wrote:Merry Christmas.

The three kings have already left their lands in seach for Jesus !


Looks like they should have taken the train! Thumbsup
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#55
Franck,

Admire your unique modeling, nicely done.

Bruce
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#56
The exhibition was excellent with beautiful layouts like Punta Marina and many others.



My layout run well but I have minor defaults to correct like the lighting too yellowish.



Here a shoot of the true decauville rolling stocks in Morocco from Loco Revue Magazine.





[Image: 25902271018_2011891ced_b.jpg]IMG_8080 by franck combe, sur Flickr


and one from nigth

[Image: 24904696847_99ced572e8_b.jpg]DSC_0100 by franck combe, sur Flickr
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#57
Thumbsup Applause
Mike

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#58
I have exhibited for the first time the layout in France.
 
Please find the video on youtube
 
https://youtu.be/_v3kbp7sVHw
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#59
That is wonderful, The sound is very impressive and the operation is perfect. Thanks for sharing with us
Charlie
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#60
During the last exhibition in Paris,I wear a djellaba and a sheshia.

[Image: 41745019235_4312ba074c_b.jpg]IMG_6531 by franck combe, sur Flickr
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