Hello!  Just joined this forum!  Here are a few pics of my layout.  I do a theme park, with lots of homemade rides.  I run two O mainline loops, a bump and go trolley, two Disney monorails, and a N scale kiddie train.  Every year we do a holiday show with music, lights, lasers, and fireworks, all run by a small laptop.  

Cheers,

Don W.

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Welcome and thank you for joining this wonderful OGR Forum, where you will meet some really nice folks, many highly talented model railroaders, and some are experts at wiring, repairing, and some with much knowledge with real railroad history.  You will meet folks that love pre-war, post war, and modern era trains, novelty, real, and of course high tech models...It’s All here and your going to have a lot of fun reading their comments. Thank You for the beautiful pictures of a really cool layout. I like porcelain building and all the lights mixed with trolley cars and trains. Your display is awesome. I go by Leapin Larry, Happy Railroading 

DON731,

I agree with Old Newbie. Your creative use of lighting sets your layout apart from everything else seen here. I suspect you have some very extensive experience with electronics and special effects. The visual experience you've created is absolutely stunning. Thank you for sharing the photos and, especially the video. I wish you would share some of your techniques with us sometime.

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DON731,

I agree with Old Newbie. Your creative use of lighting sets your layout apart from everything else seen here. I suspect you have some very extensive experience with electronics and special effects. The visual experience you've created is absolutely stunning. Thank you for sharing the photos and, especially the video. I wish you would share some of your techniques with us sometime.

Thanks!  Mostly self taught!  I use the Light-o-Rama system used by folks who do the huge outdoor displays at Halloween and Christmas.  Disney Parks are always an inspiration, and I like to try anything new they do there (hacked the glow mouse ears a couple of years ago).  Cheers!

Welcome Ed!  Welcome aboard the OGR Forum!  

Your layout looks like a load of fun!!  Very nice pics!  Got to love all those lights highlighting all that action!  Thanks for sharing the photos with us! 

Enjoy to the max.

Cheers,

Patrick 

 

Cheers and Happy Railroading,

Patrick W  

CEO - The Free State Junction Railway 

" Where the music is sweet and the trains always run on time"

Home Office - Patsburg, Maryland 

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