The Appalachian, Tampa & Santa Fe revisited

How about those of you with layouts (past or present) post some photos to share with us?

Ours was the AT&SF named because we live in these beautiful Appalachian Mountains, the CFO is from FL, and my favorite RR is the Santa Fe. Although taken down several years ago now, it was my very first one and it lives on in these photos...

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Way to go Dave!

 

Thanks for all the kind comments fellas. Am hoping you guys will post several of yours as well.

Here are some more featuring some equipment from other than Southern Roads.

 

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This photo shows off a major advantage to ScaleTrax with its low profile which gives the illusion of a holding a massive locomotive

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MR No 261 letting off steam

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ALL Berkshires are brutes!

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Sam:

 

If it's any consolation, part of your layout will live on in mine under construction since I'll be using the ScalTrax turnouts I bought from you. Laid and trimmed the first five feet of track this evening on Module #1. One thing I like about ScaleTrax flex is that the rails are actually about 32" long to allow for curves. This makes it very easy to stagger the rail joints.

 

 

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Way to go Dave!

 

Thanks for all the kind comments fellas. Am hoping you guys will post several of yours as well.

Here are some more featuring some equipment from other than Southern Roads.

 

DSC02025

 

This photo shows off a major advantage to ScaleTrax with its low profile which gives the illusion of a holding a massive locomotive

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MR No 261 letting off steam

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ALL Berkshires are brutes!

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Fabulous photos of your layout, Sam. It's definitely good enough to be featured in one of the major model train magazines.

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