We had fun sharing Z know-how, stories and photos.
Wanna go to the Biergarten? These small folks already got
their tasty stuff onder the leafs of an old tree! Zeeing is
believing - look to these beer mugs! This is a part of the
model of Arthur's model of the Warthburg castle.
I like her from all sides! This promiment nose was a must to
be photograped! Marco's AZL PA1 in ATSF livery is a real
The first snow is fallen, but the snow plow is not ready yet!
Complete scratchbuild of polystyrene is this plow. Alfred
Schoen will assign it for future duties at his Moffat Line
Thanx to Jens Wimmel the organiser of the second
official Swiss Z scale meeting.
Again it was well worth to come - good food and a
familiar ambiente were supporting this event. It was
really a pleasure to meet old fellows and get in touch
with new faces. We had fun talking Z!
Here you see some Impressions and the "Highlights" out
of the view of the board of the RRR.
Oh, it's already the next morning! Time was flowing
away soon at Jens' 3 layouts. On the rigth you see the
test tracks, in the middle the SKA1
(SuperKompaktAnlage for SuperCompactLayout)
integrated in a small beauticase and on the left a
section of Zm track.
The flangers are able to move outwards!
We are curious for a real sharp looking model when