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Thor Windbergs

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Newest from the Frankfurter Field Ry Museum (60cm)
« on: August 11, 2014, 06:32:01 AM »
Hello Folks,
Just finally joined the WW&F, my other Museum the FFM just celebrated the 100th Anniversary of our "Brigade", WW1 trench engine and first public service of another German Military engine (0-10-0T) which was built for and returned from Japan. At the same time another WW2 German Military engine the Jung 110C (110hp 0-6-0T+T) is also entering service. We have over 12 operational steam engines and they keep coming. If only the same success could be copied in Brazil...

Enjoy my Flicker pictures
https://www.flickr.com/photos/thor-windbergs
http://www.feldbahn-ffm.de/fahrzeuge.html
http://feldbahn.forumieren.com/t10153-aufarbeitung-henschel-riesa-feldbahndampflok-im-ffm-begonnen


Also the pages of another Internet Friend that shouldn't be missed
https://www.flickr.com/photos/knepp736/sets/

keep it on the strait and narrow
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Re: Newest from the Frankfurter Field Ry Museum (60cm)
« Reply #1 on: August 12, 2014, 12:20:29 PM »
Thanks for your post and links, Thor. All kinds of goodies from the other side of the pond for us to enjoy, and even some from this side.

I was quite impressed with the Frankfurter Field Railway Museum’s Nr. 13, the four-cylinder compound tank engine. Didn’t realize so much sophistication would be built into a small machine like that.

Where can I get some of those spike helmets? It would be cool to outfit our steam crew with them! ;D