how "complete" is your layout?

Discussion in 'Getting Started' started by nachoman, Dec 5, 2005.

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how complete is your layout?

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  2. 10-30%

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  3. 30-50%

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  4. 50-70%

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  5. 70-90%

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  6. 90-100%

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  1. MadHatter

    MadHatter Charging at full tilt.

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    I'm always helping other people with theirs'! :oops:

    So this year I'm planning to do two small ones for myself. :thumb:

    One N scal coffee table layout and one HO shunting layout that will be portable. :D

    As said in another post, I will put picks up as I progress.
  2. Alan Bickley

    Alan Bickley Member

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    I have a home layout that I started in about 1993. I'm still only halfway through building it!
    I also have a couple of baseboards nearly done for an exhibiton layout. And if that's not enough, I have been going through the initial stages of another exhibition layout with my fiance. On that one we have a few buildings completed and I'm about to make the first baseboards. Phew!!!
  3. nolatron

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    Hmm.. I'd say the Scenic Ridge layout was about 40-50% complete. That's up on the auction block and the new layout would be at like.... 1% maybe? :)

    Still only in the planning stages at this point. Need to get the current plans posted. Going for a double level shelf layout (with probably a 3rd staging level).
  4. Cannonball

    Cannonball More Trains Than Brains

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    I was just thinking something along the same lines myself.
    Is a layout ever truly "complete?"
    It seems like you would always be finding little things to change and of course, there is always the addition of new rolling stock and locos.
  5. Relic

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    Now I can say that I have a full 1/4 pretty much done,at least done to the point where I
    A,,am afraid I will over detail it
    B,,can move on to the next 1/4