The Railway and Tramways of Venezuela

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The Railway and Tramways of Venezuela

Postby Gizomat » Tue Jul 08, 2008 8:09 pm

:D Greetings Good Friends.
After so long to revert back to the Trainz Simulator. Finally I found a good informational material on the railway line from my country Venezuela, with this material is helpful for my project with the TRS routes in 1900 in Venezuela.
They send the link to learn the history of railways in my country, I hope you enjoy it:

:wink: Saludos

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Re: The Railway and Tramways of Venezuela

Postby Pencil » Tue Jul 08, 2008 9:54 pm

Welcome back, Giorgio!

That looks like a fun railroad to build - I'm looking forward to seeing your progress :)


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Re: The Railway and Tramways of Venezuela

Postby thegrindre » Wed Jul 09, 2008 1:28 pm

I like it, too. Love to see your progress as you build along.

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Re: The Railway and Tramways of Venezuela

Postby Col Hogan » Wed Jul 09, 2008 5:08 pm

Buenos Dias Senor Giorgio
Mi Espanol is muy pequeno y muy mal para mi anos. Escuse por favor. :oops:
Su ruta es bonita y especial el ciudades a Maiquetia y La Guaira y Macuto.

Mirando a su progresso en las semanas.
(? es este todo verdad ?)

Senor Ken 8)
A su serviso
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Re: The Railway and Tramways of Venezuela

Postby nwhitney » Thu Jul 10, 2008 1:56 pm

Ahhhh.......yeah, what he said :D

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Re: The Railway and Tramways of Venezuela

Postby Trainzsam » Sun Jul 13, 2008 12:58 pm

In the third picture from the top is that a steam engine I see lurking in the shadows? Thanks for the link, in fact I'm currently working on a model RR (HO/HOn3 scale) set in South America, and I'l have to include something like this in it!


P.S. I found this to be very very interesting: narrow gauge freight motors!
My newest motto: Narrow Mindedness: the utter fascination and all consuming love of all railroad equipment that is narrow gauge, I myself have an acute case of this disease, for which there is (fortunately) no cure

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