18 November 2010

Please say - Hi!

I think it's really interesting to hear from people all around the world that follow my blog. Please take a moment to leave a message and say who you are and which country you are from :)



23 comments:

Tom Campbell said...

Sure thing- Hi! I'm Tom Campbell and I follow you from the US, California to be more exact.

Anonymous said...

Hi,my name is Andreas from Germany and I follow you for roundabout 6 month.Your Layout is very impressive,I like it!

Anonymous said...

Hi Tore,

I'm Geraint Hughes from Ely in England, and I model a fictitious Danish Private Railway in P87 scale. I like the way you have planned this layout and I think it will provide lots of good operating potential. Keep up the good work and I look forward to seeing more posts from you.

Best wishes from the Ribe-Gram-Vojens Jernbane (RGVJ) to the GFB!

Bernhard said...

Hi Tore -- I'm Bernhard from Germany, but living in California. In my copious spare time I'm building a HO layout in my garage. It's nice to see your layout and setup develop over time.

dombas said...

Hei Tore - I'm Lolke Bijlsma, Dutch from origin but living in California. I'm following every update on this blog as well as any update on the MJF forum.
I'm building a HO layout with Norwegian prototype as well (Dombås).

Tore Hjellset said...

Hello everyone, and thank you for your comments :) I will try to update the blog more frequently in the coming months. I am now done with a lot of work that doesn't show (wiring and mounting of Circuitron Tortoises), and will continue with more scenery work!

Anonymous said...

Hello Tore

My name i Frank and i am living in Denmark
I look for updates almost every day to follow the evolution of this wonderful layout.
I really like the combination of Fremo modules ad a stationary layot.
It seem to be the best of both worlds.
Keep on the good work

Grzegorz said...

Hi, I'm Grzegorz Barski, from Poland and this it third year I'm follow Your blog. I prefer TT scale, as you can see at my old page www.GrabieStare.prv.pl . Good job! Keep blogging!

Micke C said...

Hi Tore! Mikael Carlsson and i´m looking from Sweden. As a FREMO-member i look forward to se it real-life on some meeting.

Toby said...

Hello Tore,
I'm from Switzerland but I'm a fan of Skandinavia and its railways. At the moment I building a new layout too and I try to implement some typical scaninavian features. In my opinion your layout is one of the best scandinavian layout in the net! Best wishes from the Weineggbahn

Anonymous said...

Hi,

I'm Werner from the Netherlands. I like the layout. Keep up the good work.

Leonardo Reinert said...

Hi, I am Leonardo from Argentina

Bahnspass said...

Hello,

I'm from Gemrany and am following your activites for more than half a year now.

I stumbled about your posting: Another Fremo-meeting! from march, where I wondered, that an East-German V15 found the way up to Norway and I liked your photos.

I find it interesting to, where all your visitors come from.

Have a nice time and keep on modeling.
Hendrik

Christian said...

Hi!
Norway, Lillehammer
My name is Christian and i follow your blog often!
Nice work!

Carsten said...

Hi Tore!
I'm Carsten from (Northern)Germany. I have to say, I really like your layout!
Best wishes,
Carsten

Yan said...

A bit late, but Hi

I'm in the UK and have been following your bog for awhile. Really like the concept of your layout and your modelling. Very envious of the space you have......

Please keep up the blog entries, I'm always keen to see how your getting on.

Ian

Anonymous said...

Hej...
En hilsen fra Danmark, følger dit anlæg med spænding. Syntes du får rigtig meget anlæg ind på meget lidt plads, og det er super flot...
Mvh. Christian.
http://www.knarbjerg.dk/artikkel/artikkel.html

Bernie said...

I'm following from Alexandria, Virginia across the river from Washington, DC. Keep up the good work!

Bernie

Stein said...

Hi Tore!

I'm from Bergen, Norway. Was bitten by the madness of a year ago! Love it!

Anonymous said...

Hi Tore,

I'm a Norwegian currently based in Lima, Peru. Keep up the good work!

Anders

Christian said...

Very inspiring! beautifully done. Goes to show that layout size is not important, it's the concept that matters. very impressed with the grass detail, colour scheme, well just about erverything is aboslutely world class. Great work. Keep blogging. I'm in the planning stage of an epoch IV-V DSB (Danish States Railways) industial/harbour layout with both passanger trains and freight operation and have found your work tremendously inpspiring. Christian, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Tore Hjellset said...

Good to hear from you all, and thanks for your kind words Christian! :)

Peppergroyne said...

G'day Tore, Gordon from Brisbane in Australia here. Keep up the great work.
Cheers