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    Posted: 30 Jul 2013 at 10:22am
I don't suppose there are any "clubs" for Euro Modeling in eastern Colorado, but are there any individuals out here doing European trains and scenery? My layout is N Scale, but I'd be interested in seeing other set ups in about any other scale and exchanging ideas.

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I am also interested in Euro Model Railroad and live in Colorado Springs. Email me at frank.leisten@comcast.net

Frank Leisten
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Hi, Frank!  Good to meet another in the locality with similar railroading interests!  Contact made, e-mail sent, etc.

Cheers!
Gordon
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Hey, Gang -

I met Frank today.  Sure is good to have someone local with similar interests!  Frank is developing an N scale layout on a 4' x 8' sheet.  He has a very nice, somewhat complex track laid out with freight sidings, stations, and a 3 track engine shed.  Nothing permanent yet, but it looks like it is going to be fun to run trains!  It is not my place to post pictures of his layout - I'll leave that to him, if he feels like it.

One thing he has that I've never seen before is a plastic model of Schloss Neuschwannstein.  It looks like Z scale, but fits in very well with his layout, giving some very good "forced perspective."

Welcome aboard, Frank!

Cheers!
Gordon
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