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    Great shots, Marc. The terraced vines on the right are a good touch.

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    Thank you Bill ,

    these coaches also ran on "Côte d'Azur" :







    Friendly, Marc

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    Great shots all!

    Rainy day...




















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    Hello from old France ,

    today steam, diesel and railcars at Toulouse-Matabiau depot ...








    Friendly, Marc

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    Time for some Dutch steam during the final days of the steam era...













    Kind regards,
    Rutger

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    Very nice!

    I see a British tank engine in the second shot despite that I'm already familiar with the Netherlands having Class 08 shunters.

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    Thank you and yes, 27 Austerity tanks came to the Netherlands (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NS_Class_8800)

    Two preserved (one in working order, 8811) in the Netherlands (8811 and 8826), one made the way back to the UK (8812) at the Ribble Steam Railway. The 8817 made it to the museum in the Netherlands, but still scrapped in 1979.

    The 4 and 5 axle driven War Department Tender engines made it to the Netherlands as well. The remaining 2-8-0 which is the only one of here class 'still living' at the KWVR,was in working life at the Dutch Railways.

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    Hi
    On the Velay Vivarais in 1960's.





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    The stone viaduct and fields below are perfect. Hard to tell it isn't a picture.

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    Agree looks so real but he has always done such nice work

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    The stone viaduct and fields below are perfect. Hard to tell it isn't a picture.

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    thanks for your words.

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    New made Krokodil from dutch creator Stevado on the DLS

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