A little one-off "Just for fun?" You realize for some of us that's the dream layout we never built? 

I really like the town structures you picked. It's probably not an issue for what you are running there, but do any pilots or rolling stock hangover clip the portal on the curve? Great job!

Tuscan Jim

Tuscan Jim posted:

A little one-off "Just for fun?" You realize for some of us that's the dream layout we never built? 

I really like the town structures you picked. It's probably not an issue for what you are running there, but do any pilots or rolling stock hangover clip the portal on the curve? Great job!

No actually I built it using my lionel challenger to make the clearances now not sure if a Big boy would make the turn but the challenger does.  alittle side note 3 weeks to build this layout from the day i made the table to the state it is in now. it even has azatrax signals just can't seem to get them to work correctly. still need to wire up the switches and plant a few trees. 

I would love every aspect of model railroading if it wasn't for the wiring and soldering  

thank you all I built this just for fun of it didn't have to buy anything it was all stuff i had laying around  train wise the only things i bought were the wood for the table and the foam so less than $100.00 spent. like i said everything else i had laying around. it's for sale if someone wants it so i can build another One next one i think i will build a little bigger and sell it also. I figured I have about $1500-$1700 in it with buildings and everything. i would sell it for about $1900 without the TMCC stuff since that is mine for my layout and of course no trains either. 

 

I would love every aspect of model railroading if it wasn't for the wiring and soldering  

Nice little layout but why, oh why do people insist on taking videos in portrait mode? Are people's eye's vertical, one over the other, or are they side to side?


In no particular order; Aviation (Pilot), Golf, Amateur Astronomy & Cycling (when it's nice out) and Trains (when it's not).

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