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 Posted: Fri Feb 22nd, 2019 02:08 pm
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new member I`m building an N scale layout "L" shape 159" x 109" x 34" wide I enjoy making scenery and need track    to go with it I am 68 years old getting ready to retire I figure with this and ham radio  that will keep me busy

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 Posted: Fri Feb 22nd, 2019 02:37 pm
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Hi Steve and welcome,

Nice little tail chaser there to help you watch the trains go by.

Enjoy the forum,

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Hi Steve, from sunny Essex UK.

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Hi Steve and welcome.  That looks like a good space for an N gauge layout - looking forward to following it's development.  Lots of friendly and helpful advice here.

I note you like scenery building, you will certainly have room for that with the space and track plan you have.  Although I think you might be able to be a little more ambitious and still have room for plenty of scenic detail.  there are lots of good planners here who would certainly offer thoughts - but I'm not one of them!

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Welcome aboard. Nice layout plan!



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Hi Steve,

Welcome to the club. N-scale in acres of space (12 x 8 by the look of things). And a basement! (The enclosed HVAC ducting was the giveaway). Looks like some gradients are in the works.

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Hello Steve,

Welcome to the club.

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Welcome to the club Steve.

You've got a good space there for N Gauge - "proper" long trains etc.

Enjoy yourself on here and keep us up to date on progress. :cheers



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Welcome aboard Steve from a West Wales layout in Western Australia.
The longer you can make the grade up to the cross over the better if you are unaware. Lots of room to make it so.



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