“This layout is a downsized after moving its 10 x 18 the old layout was 20 x 18.
You will see a brewery that I made its from Utica, NY started in 1888 and still going strong.
I been in this hobby since my father had 027 lionel and HO Lionel as a child since I can remember.
I have over 60 Post War lionel and MTH , Williams, K-Line and MPC Lionel.
Have over 300 pieces of rolling stock and 8 Passenger Sets.
I use Tubular 027 Track and have Lionel, K-line and Gargrave switchs.
I use a few blocks to park engine and to bring on line. The best part of being a operator is Having a cold beer and watching Trains..
Heinrich has been back in touch.
You may remember his last post (it’s here).
He’s kindly answered your questions:
Thank you for all the responses to my layout.
I have feedback regarding the responses received. Also, as requested by Andrew (Andy), I have attached photos of the locomotives I will be running on my layout. Alas, the rolling stock is secured in crates and will be removed from their storage once my layout is finally assembled. Watch this space!
@ Glyn Jones: My Garrett is a DJH model and can be bought directly from them in the UK, or via a supplier in South Africa (Precision Miniatures).
@ John Russell: No sorry I don’t know of anyone that builds/supplies the Garrett in N gauge.
@ Will in NM: The things on the roof are pumpkins indeed (ripening in the sun)! They serve the same purpose as your tires in Mexico (albeit it short term, until they are ready to be eaten).
@ Bill in Virginia: The modules are secured together by 8mm bolts (and nuts). I have attached photos for you.
A bigh thanks to Heinrich and Mark.
It’s wonderful to see all your layouts – I do love the variety.
That’s all for today folks.
Please do keep ’em coming.
And if today is the day you want to start your layout, the The Beginner’s Guide is here.