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Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by Matthyro, Jan 15, 2004.
That is a long run Robin. I still think the MAT looks great.
Oh, to be living in S. Ontario again... I never thought I would be pinin' for the 'Golden Horseshoe"...
Well, we can all look forward to the BBQ...
Imagine if they were the old 89' passengers or intermodal flats.
That!... would be long.
Looking great, Dude!
I am now in the process of laying cork roadbed in the BIG BEND area. This is halfway between levels
Geeee Robin, that is EXTENSIVE!!!!!
Beautifully thought out AND built. I've seen the theory of the multilevel bases but that is most admirable. You still got all your fingers?
If you dim incandescent lamps too much they give off infra red, photography colour correction might become a problem and the LPB's are likely to get heatstroke! (not that they do much other than languish in comfort )
Altogether a mighty bit of stuctural engineering my friend. Very well done.
Thanks Errol. I haven't progressed much but many of you have asked for my track plan.
I drew it up on paper so don't know how well you can see it. Maybe I will try one of those cad programs next. In any case the room limits are outlined in red. The squares are 12"
I show the lower level at the top and the upper level at the bottom
All I can say is INCREDIBLE!
The logging area is begining to take shape. The roadbed is in place now tracklaying can begin. Most of the track here will be Nn3 narrow gauge. I am using z scale track for this.
This first photo shows the community of Tsawwati
The next photo shows the community of Hanatsa. The logging company that will operate here is known as the Tangle Creek Logging Co.
That is a kick ass layout, i wish i had the room for that.
Lookin GREAT! Keep it up!
Thanks folks, am struggling to get the dual gauge section done and will post more as I go.
just found this thread and read all the pages. amazing work ! keep the pics coming. this sure gives me some ideas for my (hopefully) soon to come larger layout.
Great Robin!!!! Looking forward to seeing the logging area develop!! Are those names based on real places or are they your own creation?
Val, the names are real and are located in the Cascade range of mountains in BC where some logging goes on.
Awsome job Robin :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: Rich
Well here it is. Narrow gauge meets standard gauge. I have just realized I missed adding a section of guard rail so will have to do that.
The narrow gauge track is Peco Z scale.
Very interesting, I was debating on doing this at two crossings on the CVR. Both the H&NW and TG&B were narrow gauge, while the CVR was a standard gauge RR.
I wonder how hard it would be to hand lay a dual gauge crossover?
Will: A crossover or a crossing? Narrow crosses standard or both cross both?
or three rails all the way through a scissors crossover? :thumb:
Easiest to make the narrow gauge all dummy and just bring it up to the standard and lay dummy narrow gauge diamond -- don't even cut the standard.
Robin you always inspire me! The narrow gauge to standard gauge trackage looks great!