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 Posted: Sat Dec 21st, 2013 05:00 pm
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After much doodling this is what I will start in the New Year, based in Devon, 7mm Narrow Gauge, 0-4-0 locos and 4 wheel stock.
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Thanks for looking,Roy.

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Hi Roy,

The plan looks very good. Will the fiddle yard be a 2 or 3 road sector plate ? Or have you another method for the yard ?

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Hi Gary,
Thanks for reply, not really thought about the fiddle yard, perhaps cassettes, we will see.
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Roy, it looks great.  My personal preference would be to do it in standard gauge, but each to his own.  Should be good in whatever gauge.  How did you produce the coloured sketch?

Terry

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Hi Terry,
Sorry but I prefer Narrow Gauge :)
I used 'Anyrail' to produce the track layout, copied it into a 'Word' document, printed it out then used pen and coloured markers for the rest, it was scanned as the finished article back onto my computer as a jpg.
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Thanks Roy.  It looks very effective.

Terry

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Looks an interesting layout, lots of shunting puzzles. Like how the plan is presented, the felt pens make it much more artistic and organic than something just done on the pc.

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