What do you have

Discussion in 'Photos & Videos' started by lester perry, Apr 20, 2006.

  1. lester perry

    lester perry Guest

    What do you have: Layout tours

    A few days ago I posted a pic of my layout. The there was a request I thought was a good one.
    If you could please Post an overall shot of your layout for us, that'd be great! Thanks for the follow-up, amd look forwad to seeing more of your layout in the future, great work! [​IMG]
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    I thought it was a good idea so here goes. But first I would like to make a request.
    Post an overall shot of your layout for us.
    Lets see your stuff. Here is mine with some commentary.

    When you first walk in the doos this is what you see.
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    Look to the left and
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    Walk in about 1/2 way and look back
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    My building is L shaped walk on in and look to the left there is a penninsula. This is the right side
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    The left side
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    Some of the power that makes this work
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    That is a good over view of it now lets see your stuff
    Les
  2. lester perry

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    Hey guys come on. Lets see your layouts, the whole thing not just the super realistic closeups.
    Les
  3. Chessie6459

    Chessie6459 Gauge Oldtimer

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    Wow Lester, that is sure Great Layout. I enjoyed looking at your photo's. All the power you have is amazing. Thanks for sharing that with us.:thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
  4. spookman

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    Your setup is simply awesome. Wish I had that much room. I had to spend 2 months cleaning out my garage to make room for a 4ft by 8ft layout. Just getting it started. I have one o guage on the outside and two HO guage running in the middle. I want to add a couple N sets inside that when I can.
  5. Harold Cole

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    I'am trying to post some pics but can't.Don't know what i'am doing wrong.HELP
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    ezdays Out AZ way

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    Go to the "getting started" forum, there is a step-by-step for posting pics here. Just click on this link. If you're still having problems, let me or any of the mods know, they can work with you.
  7. Harold Cole

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    These are a few pics of my layout,not yet complete and very little scenery.
  8. Harold Cole

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    Well i think i've the hang of it now.Here are a few more.
  9. Harold Cole

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    Thanks for the help with the pics.
  10. lester perry

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    Looks very interesting. A lot more since the last time I was there.
    OK a couple of questions.
    1 Can you go from one level to another.
    2 When would be good to come down and see what you are doing, I am off work for 2 weeks
    Les
  11. Harold Cole

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    Les, don't know what you remember from the last time you were over.I can't go from the top to the trolley where the houses and stores are but i can go from where the Saw Mill is to the top level and go to the center where i've got a sand and gravel depot.
  12. Harold Cole

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    This is the incline to the lower logging yard and saw mill
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    This is one side of the saw mill.
  14. Harold Cole

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    Lets see if this works, well not quite.This shows the Trolley on bottom,saw mill area in the middle and the main line on top.
  15. Freelancer

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    Probably not quite what you were looking for, but here it is....:D

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  16. lester perry

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    Freelancer why do you think its not what I / we are looking for? That is axactly it. We all started where you are. Looks like a good start to me.
    Les
  17. TrainNut

    TrainNut Ditat Deus

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    Okay, well I have a few different ones. The first was my first attempt at a coffee table layout and it currently sits in my living room. The second was my second attempt at a coffee table layout and I just recently found another home for it, the third is my latest attempt and also currently sits in my living room and the final photo is a shot looking down the long leg (on the left) of our club layout. As you can see, it still has a long way to go.

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  18. Freelancer

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    I was just suggesting that this wasn't an all out, full fledged layout view like you guys have. Yes, it is a start, but it feels like I have been 'starting' for 15+ years. sign1

    Freelancer
  19. lester perry

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    Train nut that is really kool, I have seen that in magazines but you di it.
    Les
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    Here's where I'm at now. No progress last weekend or this weekend :(
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