Les-petits-trains-de-la-grande-guerre

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Little Andi.
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Les-petits-trains-de-la-grande-guerre

Postby Little Andi. » Wed Feb 06, 2013 2:16 pm

Just placed this on the "Westlake" site and for those that don't cross-pollinate.................

Thought this might whet a few whistles? ...........

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And here's directions to a good selection of railway based pic's - some really evocative stuff in there.

Bottom left and click on the gallery link.................

.......................http://www.ecpad.fr/les-petits-trains-de-la-grande-guerre
KBO .......................... Andi.

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Postby chris stockdale » Wed Feb 06, 2013 2:26 pm

Little Andi. wrote:some really evocative stuff in there.



Andi,

There certainly is. A very good find.

cheers,


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