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Hi there!

I would like to like to even imagine here.
My name is Thomas and I am from Germany. Former GDR, today announced the new federal states. There, from the resin. Am 55 years old and have been working for almost 38 years at the Harzquer- and Brocken Railway (to 1993 German Reichsbahn) as steam and diesel locomotive engineer and inspector.
I've also found this forum here are some pictures of the Harzquer- and Brocken Railway. This path should not be so unknown here in RAILROAD FORUM.
My knowledge of English is very bad, this text was translated using Google Translator to English. But I am working very hard to improve my English. For I will take a Trans Canada trip in a few years, thereby esenbahn much to see and experience. But would like to make a side trip to the USA and see there a lot of railroad.

Maybe then already too Big Boy 4014 in Action!

Fain would I to Canadian and / or American railway enthusiasts and of course very happy active railroad workers, but of course also veterans of the railroad! Meet. Quite simply, to talk very well. Meeting in person also welcome!

I now know uch not 100% if I've posted right here. Maybe someone can give me a correct tip!

Dear friends, I thank you first for your interest and request your understanding for my Googel- helplessness English! I would appreciate very post!

Greetings from the resin, from Ilse castle at the foot of the Brocken

Thomas
 





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