It’s been about a year since you heard from me about my n gauge layout. If you’ll remember it’s called Gerskyville. Its come a long way of just would and styrofoam.
Theres shots of unfinished areas yet.
Along the long backside will be two arched bridges on each end leading to a 3 foot by 4 foot yard.
I’m not good at story telling so that’s up to you. All the layout was built, painted and assembled by myself , I purchased no already finished biuldings.
The race track on the layout is built after a track in indiana that my whole family raced at, up untill they closed down. Broadway speedway, the fastest track on earth.
How you all enjoy.
I do love it when I see some of the print-out scenery on a layout. Bill’s done a fab job with his houses.
And if you want to see just how much Bill’s layout has come along, his last post is here.
“Hi Al, just posted this video, asking for any ideas, advice on what I could put on the new platform I put on the layout, shown in my last video.
As you see from the video most building’s are far too wide for this standard Hornby width platform.
I have also put to gather a consist with 2 class 37`s, not the easiest to do for timing when both have a different decoder and sound file …but came out not too bad…
Also a small tribute to one of my old business partners who passed away recently , he just loved watching model railway videos.
A big thanks to Bill and Dave.
Please do keep ’em coming, and if today is the day you make your start, the Beginner’s Guide is here.