Finally I visited last month the Toasties Truffles Trains (in Dutch Tosti’s, Truffels en Treinen) exhibition at the Spoorwegmuseum in Utrecht (the Netherlands). A very nice exhibition and for me personally very special as I am part of the exhibition.  I worked for the Railtender in the Netherlands and the ‘Compagnie Internationale des Wagons Lits’ in Brussel (Belgium), you can read more about that here (link).  Last year I was contacted by the curator of the Railway Museum and he asked me if I could share things & memories from the time I worked for the catering in the trains. Of course I would cooperate I wrote him back.chicago bears nike air max 95 mens sex toys nike air max terrascape 90 rattan nfl jerseys for sale adidas yeezy boost 350 v2 cheap football jerseys custom nfl jerseys nfl jerseys cheap adidas yeezy 700 v3 nfl jerseys human hair wigs wholesale nfl jerseys nike air maxes 95 nike air max mens shoes

So now it was finally time to see the result!

The panel with my picture and some things which I used during my work (click to enlarge).

And as an extra bonus I got to see te working replica of the “Arend ” steam locomotive, which was the first steam locomotive in the Netherlands and started its service in 1839 between Amsterdam and Haarlem. It was a wonderful day and a beautiful and interesting exhibition, compliments to those who made it possible!

Good news: the exhibition is extended until 10/01/2021.

The documentary “Dineren tussen de rails” from RTV Utrecht (Dutch only): you can see me from 15’09 can be seen on YouTube (link).

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