smallman28 wrote:Still need to decide what to put on the top left hand side,
How about making it look like the countryside starts there? With like, maybe a dirt track with dry stone wall? sheep? cows
Up to you,
smallman28 wrote:Finally got a gasometer off ebay it came today in the post along with the loco that my brother ordered from Hattons.
Also got a couple of cars from my LMS,its really frustrating going there though,I want so much stuff but they just dont have it and waiting for post does my head in
Still need to decide what to put on the top left hand side,put a few of my trees on the top section as well,look quite good I think.
Cameras charging,will post some pics in a bit.
THE CHIEF wrote:I really am very impresed with this layout. In fact if you dont mind id like to have ago at the original track plan as a break from the main layout. What type of point motors have you used? also where did you get the retaining wall and how many sections do you think id need to cover about seven feet? again really impresed
Thunderbird wrote:I love the little street scene it just fits so well. one thing that I would be a little worried about if I was an N gauge sized person would be getting to my N gauge horses to feed them etc, crossing those dangerous railway lines.
only joking, it look really great think your dad is going to love it.
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