People at the exhibition

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Saturday
Saturday, was the day of the enthusiasts.

Many of them arriving with the "vintage train" from Stockholm at noon.

Every detail was carefully examined and the cameras were in action and the cameras were constantly active. 
  
Every detail was carefully examined and the cameras were in action and the cameras were constantly active. 
   

   
Sunday  -  This was the day of the families
 
 
At my layout there was always a train in motion which made the children want to stay 
and wait just one more time for the train to return" and again and again......
  
  
There were also many specialists who could tell all the types of trains operating on track.
Other visitors were perhaps not so enthusiastic.
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Grandma, this is a Regina commuter train and I have travelled with such a train!
  
  While the big boys from  Saturday were interested in all kind of technical details 
 were the women on Sundays event captured by all the small scenery details.
  

 
My neighbor in the N scale hall
 
This is Jörgen Edgar at the table beside my layout.

Jörgen is "the" modelmaker number one in N scale
He has modelled all types and all liveries of locos and motor units that have made duty on Swedish tracks.
He have built hundreds of models during the years.


The first generation of his models were built of thin cardboard, nowadays they are built of transparant plastic.
Most models are showcase models without motors, but on special orders it is possible to get the model running too.

More information is found at his website:
    http://jorgenedgar.se/eng/eng.index.html
A few of Jörgens models. He also made models in H0 scale               He is not only modelling trains. He is just as good with buses.

Trading
   

                                                                                                                                                                 Photo: Moni Winnersjö Flodquist
 
I even had the possibility to made some trading behind the layout. 
To this exhibition I brought som of my brand new etched N scale kits of swedish wagons
and I had a few of this and other items sold during the saturday.

  

 

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