Well, as you all know, I’m a real sucker for a good narrative.
I find something compelling about watching a layout grow from the very beginning:
Have been following your posts for sometime and have gained a great deal of useful information.
I have just started my own model railway, as a complete novice, both in knowledge and skills. I am keeping a log of my first time build which might be of interest to others who are considering starting. I will show warts and all and try to convey my experiences as I progress.
“Most of my trains are from Pennsylvania, Reading and Lehigh Valley. This past year I had six main lines and one bumper car line. I’ve been putting up layouts since I was six years old. I change it every year but always have the winter scenes.
“Hello Al,after years of watching train layouts on your site,and looking at mine which I have started 10 years ago,I am wondering if anyone out there can give me some tips on what I should do next.
I would be grateful,so I can get motivated and finish it !The layout works,and is in a coffee table in the Living Room. Thanks for your help.
Who can help Chris? I’d love to hear your ideas.
That’s all this time folks. Please don’t forget Beginner’s Guide if you want to get going on your own layout.