I did not have any order to how mine was built. I was on a budget and 80% of what I run is used. I bought all of the wood to make my table from scrap bins at Home Depot, never paid more that $1 for a board. My whole table cost ~$12. Never paid more than $30 for a loco. The only thing I did do was as soon as the table was build I had to set up a loop just to run something while working on the rest.
as stated above by tkruger, I built my couple tables, got a couple routes going and a few spurs so i can run my train and will add my buildings and will add track as needed. i would hate to build a city and not get the track to fit or run a lot of track and have no room for buildings.
We have something in common......cold dark winters in the Midwest. I'm from "The Frozen Tundra" of Northeast Wisconsin and I spend winter working on building models, painting figures, repair and upgrade on my locos and rolling stock. Yes you can build your building kits and have your "Vision" of what your layout will be. What else can you do with 3ft of snow and a non heated garage!:laugh: I'm making trees for my layout and by the time the first robin shows its beak......its out to the garage and out of my wifes hair! :laugh::thumbsup:
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