Miniatur Wunderland

December 22, 2013 at 1:58 pm 2 comments

If ever I go to Germany, I’d want to see this miniature world controlled by over 40 computers, a land in itself with traffic moving, fire trucks going to fight fires, with largest model railway. Check it out!

More plans for this display. Will it ever represent a part of Canada or do we do this ourselves?

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The Stable Awaits the Coming Closer to Bethlehem now

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  • 1. ardsley19  |  January 10, 2014 at 8:38 pm

    Carolyne, thought you would like to know i emailed the link to this post to my family members and it’s still making the rounds and going “semi-viral” amongst them, including family in New Zealand. 🙂

    blessings, Diana

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    • 2. storygal  |  January 10, 2014 at 10:28 pm

      Hello Diana,

      Your comment came through here on my blog and in my email. Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting.

      Reply

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