Phile has been in touch again. His last post is here.
Many thanks for posting my correspondence to you,
My grandchildren and myself was taken aback when we opened the email link.
I would also like to thank the guys who made their comments, I have taken advice given as seen in these picture’s.
I will be working on the second deck of the track next then working out how to get more power to the top deck s I seam to be fading as the locos move away from the main power supply.
I have bought a DCC system but not got my head around the setting up as yet.
Both my grandchildren have put their mark on the layout TELLING me I have done things wrong keen to point out how
Thomas the tank is how a train set should be lol.
I have added a safety barrier in case of derailments as suggested by one kind gent.
Once again many thanks for putting a smile on my grandchildren’s face when they saw the pics posted on your site.
Tommy Wilkens here from Palm Coast Florida USA. Thanks for the wonderful site you run and all the helpful tips.I have enclosed some pictures of my little village layout that I built completely out of balsa wood and the whole thing was free hand built.The names of all the building are named after my 5 grand kids.My train gauge is O scale.I have really enjoyed the project and we keep building on. Thanks again and please feel free to use the pictures I have sent to you.
“Here’s what I did with the facade. Thanks Al!”
Pete has done a spectacular job on with the print out scenery – don’t forget there’s lots more just like in the store.
And of course, there’s John’s step by step video for the embankment here.
That’s all this time folks.
Please do keep ’em coming.
Beginner’s Guide is here if you want to get off the side lines.
PS Heading off to ebay? Latest ebay cheat sheet here.