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 Posted: Mon Nov 23rd, 2015 07:26 pm
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Hi Guys, think this new section is a great idea. So here is my layout , a 5 ft by 1 ft plank and its been great fun to operate. It's DCC by the way , my first DCC layout.











I'm thinking of adding another 5 ft section turning it into and L shaped plank that will be end to end, station to station, admittedly small ones. It will represent the branch line platform of a mainline station running to the branch terminus. I'll post the plan later.
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Excellent. :thumbs Great to see a few pics of your plank in here.

Cheers, Gary.

ps. I better post up a few pics of my own planks...



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thanks Gary, look forward to seeing your plank layout.
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Thought i'd upload my latest photo's of my layout










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Looks good Tim, are you still planning on the 5 foot extension?

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Hi Ed, I'm still thinking about it, i would like to, it would give my trains another station to run to rather than the fiddle yard. It's very much in the planning stage at the moment, i'll post the plan in the next few days.
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Looking good so far.



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The layout is coming along nicely Tim, keep up the good work and the photo's coming too!



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What a lovely little layout you have there! :D

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Hello Tim,

Very nice layout I like the trackplan, good for lots of complex and interesting shunting being able to get to both ends of a train with the run around.

Fair play to you.

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Hi Tim.     Very good, excellent  work keep it up. That is a very nice semaphore signal just before the tunnel.  The surface in the coalyard looks realistic and with the coal bins and lorry, very convincing .Was that a special road surface, or your own recipe? Your idea of an extension with another station will give you more running .   Best wishes. Kevin



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