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CP-Rail Posted - 04/07/2014 : 19:05:09
Hello together from good old Germany,

I´m a German model railroader interested in the Canadian Railway since I´ve read Charles Wassermann´s book about the Canadian Pacific Railway as I was a teenager. After several years without doing something in model railroading I just started again. The last layout I built was a typical German layout. Now I catch the chance to start with CPR in H0.

The last weeks I´read "Rails across Canada" to get the feeling what Railway in Canada means.

Hope to find well minded people here, supporting a rookie from overseas.


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CNCPVIA Posted - 04/08/2014 : 18:16:46
Wilkomen !

The RAIL ACCROSS CANADA is my favorite book to look for paint schemes.

Also, you can use websites for specific models pictures.

JF from Montréal, Canada
sschaer Posted - 04/07/2014 : 20:41:43
hello jens-michael

welcome aboard. thanks for joining. i will dig thru my books. there are many very intersting ones about cp rail and its history. also i would consider to start in n-scale instead of h0. just more model railroading in the same space.

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