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Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by KATY, Dec 27, 2005.
I have one exactly like that and I think it is atlas
Cool, I like it myself. And I also consider it on par with the others here. Keep up the good work.
Very very nice layout KATY. N scale Model Railroading Getting started in the hobby is a fine book.
I don't think you give yourself enough credit, this layout looks great!
That looks great. where did you get the larger steel granary's beside the cargill terminal?
WOOOO WHOOOOO , looking just great Jack !!!
Great looking layout....wanna come and help do the scenery on mine????
Where did you get the folding legs?
Did you just swipe 'em from an old table or can you get seperate legs?
I really want to know 'cause my door needs legs.
Cannonball, from Northern Tool if I remember correctly. Here's a link:
Beautiful, well done layout. The photography is great too.
Cannonball: Try an RV store or boat hardware supplier for folding table legs. www.westmarine may have them.
Going through town at twilight and snapped off a few photos.
That looks absolutely awesome! :thumb:
That is impressive!
Very Nice Jack !
I especially like the Cargill elevator. I am planning a layout scene in Iowa and that really caught my eye. NICE WORK!
Looks great.Hope nobody closes the door.lol
very nice work indeed. Are you still having fun operating this layout? Just wondering if the track plan keeps you interested.
I would like to know what type/size track, switches and switch machines you used.
also, very nice composition in your photographs! :thumb: :thumb: