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Where in the World is Traindame???

16 Apr

  Six months… In a Blink of an EYE!

YIKES… Has it really been six months since my last post on my Traindame Blog?!?! That’s just plain CRAZY!!!!

I’ve been Facebooking… Tweeting… Emailing… Traveling… and daily opening up ‘Traintastic’ relationships but there’s simply *NO EXCUSE for neglecting my Traindame Blog!!!

Ok, so what is the best way to blog about my past six month experience?? How about a photo review – hold on, here we go!

November/December 2014 was Trains at NorthPark time!

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G. Rosenbaum enjoyed several gatherings at his home sharing his custom layout:

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Enjoy reading the New York Times Article written about Mr. Rosenbaum’s home and train layout! Coming Full Circle

D. MacCormack’s custom layout was installed in Huntsville, Texas:

Enjoy reading the Postcards Magazine Article written about Don’s custom layout! Do You Know?

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Next stop, Chattanooga Tennessee for Dr. Sawrie’s S Gauge installation:

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The Smith’s visited the TrainWorx studio before installation of their custom attic layout in Kansas:

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McNally’s custom layout (suspended from garage) was crated and then shipped to California:

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Layout with a subway left Texas for New Jersey where J. Shapson installed it in his home:

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Existing client, J. Morrison recently added a modular table with trailer included to his train collection and he wanted to “Roger-ize” it!

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Another Jersey layout! On the studio floor now is the custom Hellgate table with added subway! 

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The Traingineers installed and then dismantled the Lionel Holiday Display at the Transit Museum inside the NY Grand Central Terminal but first it spent some time on the studio floor getting some branding updates, dusting & cleaning with our guest Traingineer, Dennis Brennan!

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And finally… two new stations getting ready to debut at Spring York next week:

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Happy Tracks!

Traindame aka Dorcie Farkash
TW TrainWorx
(877) 881-4997
http://www.twtrainworx.com

SAVE THE DATE: TW TRAINWORX FOURTH ANNUAL LAYOUT FESTIVAL WILL BE HERE… IN A BLINK OF AN EYE!!!

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2015 FROM 10 TILL 4

 
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6 responses to “Where in the World is Traindame???

  1. Rick Fooks

    April 16, 2015 at 6:20 pm

    Thank you, Dorcie. I always enjoy marveling at the wonderful work you guys do. It inspires and gives me great ideas for my own layout

    Thank you for sharing.

    Rick

    Sent from my iPhone

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    • Farkash

      April 17, 2015 at 10:55 am

      Thank YOU Rick!!

      It is such a pleasure getting an encouraging thoughtful comment : ) You nailed it when you said “it inspires and gives me great ideas for my own layout.” That’s a big part of Why we do what we do.

      Have a ‘traintastic’ weekend my friend.

      Dorcie aka Traindame

       
  2. mijdavis

    April 16, 2015 at 8:24 pm

    Great job, Traindame! (and TrainWorx as well)

     
    • Farkash

      April 17, 2015 at 10:56 am

      Thank you! I will pass on your kudos to the Traingineers : )

       
  3. Bob Carter

    April 17, 2015 at 6:47 pm

    Dorcie and Roger, it’s always a joy to see what you guys are up to and you have never ceased to amaze me. You both are truly artists and enjoy what you do so much it’s almost catching. I said ALMOST. You do inspire me, but I have to slow down on what I’m doing now to even attempt to do a small amount of what you guys do. But, keep on doing, ’cause a lot like me are inspired by what you do and show. The photos are wonderful and really illustrate the detail, care and workmanship that go into everything Roger and the TrainWorx guys do. And to think you get paid for having so much fun. And the Choo Choo is a spitting image of that famous depot, especially with that animated sign on top. Oops…you are missing the homeless guy in front. Bob

     
    • Farkash

      April 18, 2015 at 8:32 am

      Hi Bob,

      Thank you so much for your kind words!!! We both appreciate and value your testimonial of TW TrainWorx and the Traingineers as we chug along this *Traintastic adventure of producing creative products for train enthusiasts around the world! We wouldn’t be able to achieve anything without our awesome customers and friends!!!!!! THANK YOU!!!!! See you soon my friend : )

       

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