Richard has been in touch with his N scale small layout.
I have been working on my small N-scale layout.
I have accumulated approximately 30 locomotives and somewhere around 110 to 120 freight cars and some 20 passenger cars.
I have not modeled any particular location but have mostly late 1950 to 1970 rolling stock.
The structures are mostly card stock with two plastic kits and several scratch built ones.
The 4 ft by 7 ft 6 inch layout table is framed with 1 x 3 limber and the topography is mostly foam building insulation.
I have found your site to be most helpful, as I am an amateur when compared to many of your contributers, but I am certainly having fun. Living in an apartment, space is at a premium and my train room is in one of the smaller bedrooms. I am thiknking of getting rid of the bar in the room to make room for an L shape addition in the future.
I have a few photos and any sugestions are more than welcome. Thank you for all you do for this wonderful hobby.
I look forward to your daily emails every morning.
Richard “Dick” Coerse
Lexington Park, Maryland, USA”
As far as I’m concerned, Richard is living the dream, because it’s all about having fun.
And all if you have to do is make that start, which is why I’m always banging on about it.
Remember, it’s the start that stops most people, which is a great shame. There’s fun to be had.
That’s all for today folks.
A big thanks to Richard for sharing his N scale small layout.
And don’t forget the Beginner’s Guide is here, if you want to stop dreaming, and start doing.