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Hi, and welcome to my model railway blog, or webpage. First of all I just want to inform you that the german translation is made by Google Translation from the english text that I write.

I hope you all understand what I’m writing, and that you find my page interesting and inspiring. Sorry that the oldest posts aren’t translated. All menues are translated. If you hold the mouse arrow over the different menues, the english and german translation comes popping up.

I’m just a poor architectural student so I don’t have alot of time or money to spend on my hobby. But once in a while I need a brake and update my model railway. I try to keep my website up to date, and you can also follow on Twitter. Please give me feedback, comments, or send me questions if you have anything you want to know. Enjoy, and have a nice day!

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4 kommentarer

  • I will be in oslo 22-25 SEPT and looking for an model railroad

    Comment | 5 September 2011
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    If you are looking for a model railway shop you
    only have one shop in Oslo – Amundsen Hobby.
    If you travel a bit outside the city so you can
    find the store to NMJ. Want to see a model
    railroad you should visit the neighbor city of
    Fredrikstad. They have Europe’s largest M.R…

    http://www.amundsenhobby.no
    http://www.nmj.no
    http://gbmj.no/wordpress/ (Under construction)
    More here:
    http://www.opplevfredrikstad.com/product.php?id=404453

     

    Comment | 6 September 2011
  • I have a lot of old Kibri and Faller that i have listed on ebay. do you happen to know some of the values for the older models? i have the kibri 9514 listed now at 109.00 but am curious if it is worth more at auction. Let me know if you about some of the pricing. you have a great web site. Lloyd Greenberg, Malibu, Calif.

    Comment | 22 November 2011
  • Hi. I’m sorry, I’m no expert on the value of model items.
    But rare model kits are getting very high prices on
    auctions, especially vintage station models. Some
    models have been prodused several times – different
    production years. Then often the models from the first
    series are very popular. The objects condition is
    important too. 109 sounds like a good starting price. The
    bidding will show if it’s a popular item. Remember to
    write h0 ho 1:87 in the description so it’s easy to find for
    people searching without having the exact model number.

    Comment | 28 November 2011

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