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That's all I'm going to do on this 'test layout'.

Learnt a few things, tried out static grass etc., but in general I quite like this scale/gauge combination.

As much as I love O-16.5, like standard gauge in 00 it still takes up a lot of room.

Short trains and tight(ish) curves makes 009 bit easier when your very limited for space.

I've now got two Bachmann Baldwins with sound (amazing in such small models), and at some point I'll do a video.

My mind is now turning to a roundy roundy on a 4' x 2' board I already have.



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