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Here is my contribution circa 1977ish. I would routinely run items like my 1957 Rio Grande consist, 736 Berkshire with mixed postwar freight, MPC Spirit of 76, Pennsy Little Joe with baby Madison cars. They blended very well together. My one regret from that period is that I didn’t take more photos of this layout as it had evolved from the initial 5x9 table to this final version.

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I especially love seeing the Super O track!

Peter

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