Nothing revolutionary going on here because I am doing the exact opposite of moving. I have been performing some maintenance on the two layouts and a few engines. But, I have been mostly going downstairs, flicking the switches on, and enjoying what I am blessed to own. Not necessarily brand new pics, but they very accurately reflect current operations here in upstate Michigan.
First up is an engine which is perennially on my Gilbert-inspired Flyer layout ... a Legacy Y3a, which is the best locomotive Lionel ever did for AF.
Next up is a pair of Lionel Flyer Legacy SD70ACe diesel electrics in DL&W colors passing a UP Challenger which is on 'historic excursion' duty.
An old favorite is the TMCC B&O Mikado posed with its passenger cars and being prepared for passengers (This shot was on the magazine cover back when I reviewed new Lionel American Flyer for the S Gaugian.).
Finally, (and I maybe I should not admit to this here) is my 'other' layout, which is prewar-themed and features the exhilaration of running traditional tinplate. The St. Paul style electric profile engines at work here are a Lionel Corp. Tinplate Super 381 and a Lionel Classics 44E (which is, surprisingly, now 30 years old).
Have fun and keep safe!