1st layout, a long road ahead

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DB
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Re: 1st layout, a long road ahead

Postby DB » Sat Oct 17, 2009 5:37 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FjctoRHp77A

Just another video, same as the others really, just following a Class 60 with 10 containers around the whole layout though.

And if anyone wants to help with with some very strange problems with my trains, please have a nose in the DCC forum and see if you can work it out? :cry:
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TOM M
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Location: durham

Re: 1st layout, a long road ahead

Postby TOM M » Sat Oct 17, 2009 8:28 pm

brilliant video love the loco too i was just wondering what did you use for under the raised lines

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DB
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Re: 1st layout, a long road ahead

Postby DB » Mon Oct 19, 2009 7:10 pm

Hey Tom,

The white is polystyrene, and I used some plywood for the corner sections, and some thin wood with supports for the ramp itself. The ends (where it rejoins normal level) i've had to file down to make it as smooth a section as possible.

I put a better quality vid up last night as well, but i really need some better lighting, and more trains.
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Road Stone
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Re: 1st layout, a long road ahead

Postby Road Stone » Sun Oct 25, 2009 1:42 am

The Euro Star looks superb. How does it perform given the lengh?

Keep the pics coming. Very enjoyable, thanks.

Cheers, Jerry
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