my N gauge layout

Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by NuttyNik, Jan 8, 2006.

  1. NuttyNik

    NuttyNik New Member

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    Hi all, just joined this forum. So thought I would share with you my layout.

    I am now getting geared up to build a 8ft by 4 ft layout so this one is being broken up to rebuild into the larger layout. This layout was a practice run and never finished but all track was runing. 5 complete lines, i main station, 1 hill top station. the new layout will be the same but much larger so everything will fit in. As this is my first time doing this I needed to practice on getting things right before I build the real thing. I hate wiring lol but I am going to try and get as much of the layout working as possible from street lights to moving cars. O well see how we get on. Any tips n tricks would be appriciated. At some stage I will post up the planned layout.

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    this is the link to more pics on my website of it http://www.megamanta.co.uk/project_n_gauge_model_railway.htm

    I also have hand crafted alot of n gauge vans for a model custom van show I have been workin on. here are a few pics of that as well..

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    for more pics of this and other models I have built go to http://www.nsva.co.uk/MODELPAGE.htm

    thanks for lookin and hope to catch up with some of you soon.......
  2. Will_annand

    Will_annand Active Member

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    Wow, Nutty, you have everything...

    Planes and Trains and Automobiles.... not to mention Boats and Trucks and Helicopters.

    nice job. :thumb:
  3. Brian

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    Woah, that's one compact layout that you've got there :thumb:
  4. Drew1125

    Drew1125 Active Member

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    Wow, Nik!

    That is one big, busy, beautiful layout!
    :thumb: :cool: :cool: :thumb:

    Thanks for the pics!