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6 years 1 month ago #1 by OfficerDonNZ
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Here are some pics of my N scale layout. It started life as British but somehow went American :) Hence the Peco backgrounds!








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6 years 1 month ago #2 by Grant
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Looking good. We have a very similar garage set up. I even have the same vacuum cleaner! :lol:

I posted some pics of my last n scale layout here: kiwimodeller.com/index.php/forum/57-rail...he-west?limitstart=0

I've switched to OO though and have a new layout in the works. I need to post an update for that.

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6 years 1 month ago #3 by Hadley
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I missed out on 2 N scale helicopters the other day, way too small but they were cheap until auction end was approaching lol

In the build:
3x 1/24 Subaru rally cars
1/35 AH-6J Little bird
1/48 AH-1W Cobra

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6 years 1 month ago #4 by Woody
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Hello Officer,

Totally very cool! Reminds me of my bedroom when i was a kid :woohoo:

Nice layout though, sometimes i am so tempted to do a layout. But i just can't do everything. I struggle to find time to build an aeroplane :blink:


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6 years 1 month ago #5 by OfficerDonNZ
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Heh, still a lot of work to do but I'm happy with what I've got done so far. Over the years I think I've had just about every major scale of model train you can think of. :) HO, OO, G and N.

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6 years 1 month ago #6 by Whiterook
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Excellent work on that layout!!! I like the height of your tables...and a very sturdy build, too. I had looked at some pre-fab modular units at a train show here in the States some years ago, but I've always thought if I were to put something together, it'd be similar to your rig. I used to run HO, but it's been years since my last layout. I look forward to seeing this progress.

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6 years 1 month ago #7 by Queeg
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That looks like a great place to spend time in .......... make sure to keep us posted as it progresses!

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6 years 1 month ago #8 by Gary
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Whiterook wrote: Excellent work on that layout!!! I like the height of your tables...and a very sturdy build, too. I had looked at some pre-fab modular units at a train show here in the States some years ago, but I've always thought if I were to put something together, it'd be similar to your rig. I used to run HO, but it's been years since my last layout. I look forward to seeing this progress.

I'm sorry do we know you? :P Hey mate welcome back, long time no see, hope all is good with you and your better half.



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5 years 8 months ago #9 by OfficerDonNZ
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Haven't really done much of anything with the layout but have been painting some rolling stock. :) Three 40ft Plug door boxcars done in my freelance road :) The yellow data panels are in fact HO decals as the N scale ones are too small for me to see. Don't look out of place though.

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