Geoff’s been in touch – have a look at his N scale scale turntable. He’s done a great job:
It’s been quite a while since I sent you my N Scale 4 x 3 layout.
Since then I have retired and moved out to Southern California where I have updated my 4 x 3 and built another N Scale 6 x 3.
The central theme was the roundhouse and turntable and facilities. It also has a stockyard, milk and meat processing, along with farming equipment stores.
There is a veterinary along with houses and a host of other ‘scenes’ throughout the layout. Both ends of the layout have working lights (WS Just Plug).
I wanted a layout more of a display, so that I could have as many of my engines and stock cars on show as possible; between the two layouts. I did purchase all twelve of Micro-Trains Friendship Food Train.
I will if you are interested send a filmed version of this train running on my 4 x 3.
Just a note on my 6 x 3 (and 4 x 3) the railroad is known as the AE&SCRR, and I have a plan to build a website/blog related to my layouts.
You will also see my “Engine Shop”, my garage and both layouts side by side. The last pic is of the AE&SCRR Wine Tasting Special!
As always enjoy your blog, reading the comments and viewing some really excellent and professionally produced layouts.
Here’s two more 6×3 N scale layouts if they are your thing.
A huge thanks to Geoff – another example that this hobby is all about making a start, whether it’s your first layout, or your tenth.
That’s all for today folks, please do keep ’em coming.
And if you want to roll up your sleaves and start on your layout, the Beginner’s Guide is here.