I am not sure but is all of this railway stuff becoming a bit secondary to the actual building and subsequent modelling around the railway itself????
I have found that after turning a small corner of my small layout in O scale from a store to a caravan park,I have become more obsessed with what is happening in the area rather than the locos and rolling stock running past, I noticed with Daves layout along with others there is a great detail in what is happening around the area rather than the trains themselves.
or is it just me looking at the small world within a world, perhaps i should lay off the whiskey and just play with my trains.
At the moment I am running a Mohawk with 4 reefer with sound cars, on one track, and a GP 35 with a couple of open wagon loads on the other.
Not sure what your viewers think, perhaps I am ready for the funny farm or glue factory???
Keep up the great work it has inspired me.
(Old and senile 72)”
Not been doing much for a while but I’ve been experimenting with some FPV video footage taken with a truck mounted bullet cam.
I’ve also integrated my late dad’s Minic Roadway slot car system into my layout for a bit of fun.
Keep the updates coming from the other enthusiasts.
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Lastly, had a few emails on ‘forcing perspective’ in a layout, by mixing HO and N scale, after Andy’s post.
There’s been quite a few posts on this over the years so I thought I’d link to some, so I did a quick search.
Anyhow, long story short, I found Franks which is not related to forcing perspective at all, but I thought it’s so worth reposting – so here it is.
That’s all for today folks.
Please do keep ’em coming.
And don’t forget the Beginner’s Guide is here if you want to a build a layout that gets folk wondering how you did it.