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Today second Christmas day here in Holland.

And here she is finaly on track
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TQNns...1&feature=plcp

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We have been expand our christmas steamtrain set with an another original steamer Bing Train.


This one is more early model then the one we already had.
Notice the tender early model pin frond section corners (that is very early) and it is having moving side cilinders.
Mention the side cilinder going up and down with the turning of the wheel.
And its having an brass whistle.
We found this one near an collector in Rotterdam who had it from Belgium.
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Here are some more views under the Tree this year with both steamers.

Missing an set of Native Indians with tippy tents.
Hope to find those next year....
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Going to pull this up after an long time hidding away on Smokstak...

There are breaking developements in this story.


Today we bought something realy fabulous towards this subject.

Next Christmas we are going to expand our steam locomotive set North American village town scene......


Tomorrow there is an box going on the mail with contain inside.


An antique more then 100 years old ancient Dutch toy company that doesnt exist enimore sind WWII.

Holding

Native Indians.
Tipy Tent.
Totom Pole,
Tree,
Camp fire
Buffeloo
Polar Bears
Coyboys.
Etc Etc Etc Etc.

When the box wil be arriving with this super rare ancient set wil try to start upload pictures next week.

Some are realy heavy damaged but what else can you expect from realy antique toy stuff !.

Wil try to restore most of them.

Looking for years on this one...
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Chris

Thanks for bring this thread up again. I had not seen it before. What a great setup. Thanks for the great video of it running.

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Ok right before Christmas some huge updates coming up.


There is not enought time to restore the hole set.

But some are restored.

This gos the most about the Native Indian part, the Grizzly Brownbear, the Bizon and the Polar bear part.

The Indian horse set, with the cowboy’s horses and the Zoo set still have to be restored.
Maby with Christmas going further but are to busy with other large projects like ancient Nativity scenes, ancient church angels, fabulous horse sleighs an tractors...


Going to start up.

Now we are having scenes taken mostly in Canada and America arround 100 years ago with.

T Ford cars with thoughts from the wondeful museum that have been closed an month ago.

An Rumely with thought toward the Jeannotte Family.

Somekind of an Amsterdammer horse sleighs with thoughts to all the ancient horse sleighs.


Church, farm, houses , shops, post office etc etc.

Real original working steam locomotives in working condition.

Bizons, Polar bears, camps fire, totom pole etc etc.

And the Native Indians.

In the begin thought to place them somewhere in the backfield but dit not.

Have been placed them in the most front section because an lot of them are hero’s overhere like what they done for us in WWII.
Some of them still laying on the Canadians and American memorial war hero cemeterys overhere.

The situation is an little bit dangerous because some bears have been arrived near the Indians......
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Picture 1 and 2 the Bing Steam train with the Amsterdammer horse sleigh have been arrived.

The sleigh scene was made in England.

The Sleigh looks somekind of Amsterdammer Dutch only the horse not.
The Dutch horse had an big chicken feather plume on there head halter with out covering there ears.....
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Pictures 1 and 2,

Jeannotte family Rumely is standing outside next to the farm...........

Picture 3 another real working British steamer showed up.
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Here are the 2 Bing steamers original made from before and an arround WWII.

The little green one pictures 2 is the most oldest of all.

More to come......
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Chris, never heard the story of Native Americans fighting in WW2. Thank you for mentioning it. What is the story on that Oil Pull?

Good Holidays to you and your family
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Thanks Weezer,

There where 25.000 Indians that took part on WWII including the real front line fighters.

Now i also dit not knew this until an coople years ago.

An coople of years ago there was an day program going on about the Nijmeegse Vierdaagse ( Nijmeeges four days walk event) world biggest walk event.
These walking days march and walk a lot along the old route where the allied forces came in during WWII.
Nijmeegen lays close to Arnhem you know from the world famoust movie an Bridge to Far/Market Garden where it all happened during the the end of WWII.

When i was watching the program suddenly the camara team walked out of the event and went in an huge WWII war cemetary with Canadians and Americans.
They walked right thru an line of burial stones with Native Indian names on it and then i was realy. and shocked that they fought for our liberation aswel.

There are many story’s to find in the internet about them but can not find the burial stones.
This must be only alouwed to watch inside the digital records of these War cemetairy’s.

Here is one story gos about Joe Crow.


http://www.isgeschiedenis.nl/nieuws/...-wereldoorlog/



The Rumely is always simbolic for us under the Christmas tree but here is here is her real story.
For 2 years they are writing about it every month in an magazine in Australia and New Zealand.

She is an historical world famoust tractor.


https://www.smokstak.com/forum/showt...ight=Jeannotte


I am working on an little Iceberg behind the Polar bears at the moment.

Best wishes to you and everybody on the stak.
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Yust made an Iceberg for the Polar Bears......................
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