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Other hobbies besides collecting militaria?,

Article about: I like mushroom hunting, garden job, plastic models ( but have not time for that)

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    Default Re: Other hobbies besides collecting militaria?,

    Quote by stuka f View Post
    Nice relics, and great restoration works!
    Boat and train related items are a weakspot as well!
    Kris: What kind of train stuff do you collect? I have a few things.
    Here's some pictures from when I worked on the railroad.



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    Hey Luke,
    railroad related buttons for one.
    Silverware or china of different compagny's.
    19 th century shoulder plates of different railroad employees like thise one (mostly French!);
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    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!

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    Default Re: Other hobbies besides collecting militaria?,

    That's cool, Kris. One of these days I'll post the few railroad items that I have. I think I have a couple buttons.


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    Here's a railroad button that came from my great grandfather's uniform.


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    A Weirton Steel railroad belt buckle.


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    My other hobby is taking care of and doing up my 99 Acura integra image.jpg

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    I once may have mentioned I do collect Japanese female kimono, as well as
    Asian chopsticks. At the moment I have a nine days exhibition in a museum
    nearby. Especially the kimono were well received as most Dutch have no or
    hardly any idea of what they are. Just two walls to show (thanks to my friend
    Patrick). All are from the period 1925/1930 through the 1980's!!

    Japanse Expositie 20130802 02 - kopie.jpg

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    "Wir sollen auch unser Leben für die Brüder lassen" (1.Joh.3.16):
    zum Gedächtnis Wilhelm Schenk. Er starb fürs Vaterland am 13. Juni 1916

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    Here's a few more railroad items, Kris.
    Pennsylvania Railroad water cans.


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    Beautiful garments Wim, thank you for showing them.

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