I started working on my bucket-list and decided to look into making an N gauge layout.
I had some old trains and models that I had purchased back when I was young in hopes that someday I would start my layout. Well, years went by, the kids are out on their own, and now the time has come.
I stumbled onto your website (nice adds) and read a lot of great tips on what to do and what not to do. Well I had already done many of the what not to do’s.
So far I have spent four months working on my layout with all of the criticizing from family members and friends. I often here “Toy trains”. Anyhow, it’s my bucket-list.
Here are some pictures of what I have done so far.
It started as a modified Manning Oaks layout and then added the Scenic Ridge layout.
Thanks and keep up the good work,
A huge thanks to Rick – such wonderful detail.
His comment, “…I’ve read a lot of great tips on what to do and what not to do. Well I had already done many of the what not to do’s.” raised a smile – that’s what the Beginner’s Guide is for.
Course I’m biased, but it makes your day dreams morph in to real life – but without all the blood sweat and tears in the middle.
Lastly today, for some reason, some of you didn’t get one of the recent posts, which is here (it’s on Peter’s stunning custom liveries).
That’s all for today folks.
Please do keep ’em coming.
PS Latest ebay cheat sheet is here. Still going strong.