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Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by RAY METIVIER, Jul 17, 2002.
IM TRYING TO POST A PICTURE, IF THIS DOES NOT WORK, HELP PLEASE.
great modelling picture. great layout. do you have a site? i would love to see more pics from your site!
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That's a very impressive looking layout...we'd love to hear more about it, see some more pics, track plans, etc...
Holy cow Ray! Your layout looks like it may be club-sized and your track work is beautiful! Let me get on board with the rest in encouraging you to post more pics and info about it!
Jesus!! That layout is impressive, alot of trains and a HUGE yard go great together. Now the only question that's boggling my mind is "What scale is it?".
Again nice picture and great layout!
That is impressive.Please send more
Ray that is AWESOME! Please show us more and give us more info, like what scale, overall size etc. See what you have started, we won't let you rest till you tell and show all!
BTW that would make a good picture for the contest.
Got to jump on this one...great layout...I do so love that yard
Welcome to the Gauge satokuma!
details to your questions
The layout is a mostly freelanced layout in "N" scale and depicts the BN RR's merger with the SF RR in 1995. The Ramko Division of the BSNF RR is based in Ramko Valley somewhere in the western U.S.
Housed in a special built 20X40' building behind our home, the layout track covers 19'X31' with a large yard area, double track mainline and branch lines servicing various industrial areas. The layout is 100% operational with scenery well on it way.
I do not have a web site but am thinking about it. Here is another picture and I will take more and post them.
Thanks for all the positive comments.
and another picture
I wish i had the space for a layout that big...
when can i start working to have my house?????????
HOO HAH !!! That is I M P R E S S I V E !!!
Get those beads out, I'm on my way there, the least we can do is try to dry up the worlds beer supply!
Just out of curiosity Ray, what's the count on your engine roster? Judging by the pictures, I'd wager you don't run into motive power shortages even during the busiest traffic seasons! I really like the look of those big engine facilities!
My wife says I did not have a childhood, so in my retirement I'm having it now. I have approx. 250 locos, all KATO, ATLAS, and LL. Many I bought undecorated and painted myself.
Very nice Ray. I'm definately looking forward to more pix.
that's a layout 250 locos what about the rolling stock i thought i had a a fleet of locos around 75 and around 240 pices of rolling stock now as for my ho stuff i have arond 120 locos and around 240 pices of rolling stock and getting bigger but i don't use them all boxed up and waiting for the room to go back in to it my layout is in n scale and it's 10 x 6 with a soon staging yard and another add on of 10 x 6 to make it a big dog bone but i'm the one to do things that others would stay away from..
about my roolinf stock, I don't know without counting-maybe 5or600.