Lewis has been in touch with his 3×6 layout:
“What I’ve done so far and it’s been about 2 years I started with a cookie cutter layout that I found in a magazine for a single layer Lane railroad layout.
I decided to change it to a two-lane and just add my own setup so I cut everything out of the plywood dropped it down over the table as I made it and then I just started working on it a little bit of time, as I could afford it.
I had one train when I started finally purchased another online and then added some buildings and bought some rock molds. To build the molds with I used clear Elmer’s Glue to lay out the water way and make it look wet and that’s how it’s going.
I’m curious as to what people think about this n gauge layout it’s 3×6 and then I mounted it on some legs with wheels on them so I can move it around in the garage.
I’m always looking at the guys ideas for different parts and pieces but haven’t been able to print out any cut outs in order to make buildings there all it’s just beyond me as far as the computer is concerned so hopefully you’ll enjoy the pictures that I’m sending and we’ll get some comments on what has happened I really enjoy your blog a lot and thank you very much
A big thanks to Lewis. For a 3×6 layout, he’s certainly packed a lot in.
And when it comes to stunning N scales, although it’s not 3×6, Bob’s is still worth a look.
Now on to Dangerous Dave’s latest installment:
“Hi Al, just downloaded this video showing the changes I am making on the layout, along with a couple of tips, its all starting to come together, hopefully should get it completed now in the next couple of weeks ?? …and no doubt will have to start changing something again ??
Thanks to Lewis and Dave.
All these years on and I still love seeing what pops up in my inbox each morning. Please do keep ’em coming folks.
And don’t forget the Beginner’s Guide is here if you’d like to make a start on your layout. Who knows, one day you may feel like sharing yours on the site.
That’s all for today folks.