Sal’s been busy on his stunning N scale 14×5:
I have been enjoying and appreciating what you do for some time now.
I love seeing other layouts, what people are doing and how they got there.
I retired 2 years ago and have now turned my shop into my train room. It’s small – N scale 14×5 – but with N Scale you can do a lot.
I was out of the hobby for almost 20 years and I am now back. I attached a few photos if you would like to share them.
Again thanks for what you do, you help make Model Railroading “The Greatest Hobby In The World”.
The Lighthouse was scratch built as were the freighter and the tanker ships.
The fishing boat at “Captain Haddock’s Seafood” was also scratch built. Also scratch built was the Bates Motel scene.
A huge, big thanks to Sal. What a stunning N scale 14×5.
And it’s always nice to read that folk are enjoying the blog too.
I’ve been having a tough time of it at the moment. When you get to my age the technical side of running a blog can be a bit mind numbing.
You’ll probably notice I’ve made some changes.
On the top right is a bright, green, button. Here you’ll always get “Today’s blog”.
Hopefully this will help the poor souls that fall of the mailing list: they can always get to the latest posts, whether they have my mails or not.
That’s all for today folks.
Please do keep ’em coming, it really would put a smile on my face.
Oh, and don’t forget the Beginner’s Guide, if today is the day you start your railroad adventure.