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PostPosted: Sun Jan 10, 2010 11:54 am   Post subject: Reply with quote


...which I for once was there to see and listen to. Smile
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I'm not sure if you can find lot of SSTers in there Wink
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I'm not sure if you can find lot of SSTers in there Wink


Nontheless it is on my list of places to see some day (although not on top of that list) And yes arranging a meet and greet there will difficult Smile

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Hey, everybody. I'm writing an article right now about the trains here on SST, which I'm hoping I'll be able to publish at some point, though I'm not counting my chickens. I'm writing about the trains as folk objects. I was wondering if those of you who've made trains and posted them to this thread, or are thinking about doing so, would help me out. I promise I will only refer to you, if I do so at all, by nickname. If you'd rather PM me, that works, too.

Basically, I'm looking for an answer to this question: Why do you make trains? What's the appeal? I mean, they're hard to do. What inspires you?

And if you've never made a train, but would like to, why do you want to? And what's holding you back?

Thanks in advance for your help.
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Wow, LadyInque Surprised ! It's a tough question. Do you accept answer in french? Wink
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In your case, platy, I certainly would! You can PM me, if you prefer.
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LadyInque's post gives me the will to make another train. Here it is:



Now, the question is : what is this train about?


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An actor played in each of this films



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I must say I had absolutely no clue about this train Very Happy Well done platy!
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I agree! It was a bit tough one to crack. Smile
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My "Journey Through Africa" train for this cold winter morning Smile :

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Quiet morning and inspiration struck me...

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Tinkerbelle's Sean Connery "The Flying Scotsman" train Smile (and GalFin helped a little).

Snipped the image a bit between tracks #7 and #12 because SAM got into the queue. We also had Robin Hood: The Prince of Thieves in the queue, but a lot later, because Michael Kamen was already in the queue (Highlander theme) and had to played first. We also got John Barry and Ennio Morricone into the train twice. And we didn't realize that there are at least five movies with Sean Connery and scores by Jerry Goldsmith in the playlist! (Can you name them?) And even more with John Barry scores, of course (and even one that is not a James Bond score).

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Your "Artist train" is awesome, Galfin!! I wish I'd have seen it!! Smile

And thank you so much for posting "the FLying scotsman" train - it was so nice you went on that train, too ... Very Happy

IT looks even better now than in the real queue - no SAM involved ... Very Happy

And a "thank you" to Platy - he gave me the idea ...

It was really fun!!
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tinkerbelle wrote:
Your "Artist train" is awesome, Galfin!! I wish I'd have seen it!! Smile

Thank you, tink! it was a fun train to make (and it was great fun to explore the playlist).

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And thank you so much for posting "the FLying scotsman" train - it was so nice you went on that train, too ... Very Happy

IT looks even better now than in the real queue - no SAM involved ... Very Happy
And a "thank you" to Platy - he gave me the idea ...

It was really fun!!

No problem! Glad I could help. Let's do it again some day! Very Happy
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And a "thank you" to Platy - he gave me the idea ...

It was really fun!!


I did? Surprised

You're welcome, tinker Wink
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