Dennis has been in touch – he has 5 trains running, on one piece of plywood.
Best of all it doesn’t look crowded:
“Started this with one idea in mind – mining and lumber mill – then added a reverse track for a little pusher car to go in and out of the mine, then added the first raised track, then the second, then another reverse track going from the mine drop-off to the processing shed, and on and on. 5 trains running on one piece of plywood!
And Ben has also got started on his layout and has his trains running.
“This is my work in progress it has no rhyme or reason it all come from my mind as i go it could be anywhere USA.
Also just a little of my stien & coffee cup col.
My train room is 12.5ft. x10.5 ft.
Now on to Vince:
“Just thought you might like to see my latest freelanced railroads most current build
Athearn U-C chassis with an atlas U30/36C shell that I’m building into a Cabless Unit still a ways to go but it’s a start
A big thanks to Vince, Ben and Dennis.
I know I say it often, but even after all these years it’s still wonderful to see what you’re all up to.
That’s all for today folks.
Please do keep ’em coming.
Don’t forget the Beginner’s Guide is here. Is today going to be the day you make your start?
PS Latest ebay cheat sheet is here.
I have a question for you.
Why do some writers/submitters pics, when clicked on, magnify beautifully; yet a few others submit pics that do not open to get a close up view?
Would you please enlighten me?
Dennis, a couple of questions. How big is your layout, what scale is it, and what does your track plan look like?
Thanks, David in Ellicott City Maryland
It is always interesting to see what diverse people are doing. I have enjoyed all of these articles.
I realize the beverage containers are just there for scale, right? But somebody has good taste in beer!