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Lots of Lehigh Valley! Everything looks great!

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Yes! It is fun to have a lot of locos meet all at once. I worked hard on my layout to arrange something similar, but you've managed to cram five into even a tighter space. Very cool.

I like the road traffic, too. That Porsche driver needs to learn to slow down!!

BTW - I like that B&O combo you are running, what and who made the switcher? I have not seem one in that livery before. Very cool.
 

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what and who made the switcher? I have not seem one in that livery before. Very cool.
The switcher is an MTH 44 tonner. When you did a review of them a few years back, I said I couldn’t imagine paying so much for such a tiny engine. Then I saw it in the Lehigh Valley prewar paint scheme and couldn’t resist. It’s one of my favorites.
 

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I'm happy with the three that will sometimes cross each other on mine, I can't imagine five.

Looks great!
 

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The switcher is an MTH 44 tonner. When you did a review of them a few years back, I said I couldn’t imagine paying so much for such a tiny engine. Then I saw it in the Lehigh Valley prewar paint scheme and couldn’t resist. It’s one of my favorites.
Lehigh Valley? You don't say................ I thought it was CB&Q at first glance! o_O
 

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Enjoyed that 5 way shot as others have. You are correct, no matter how much space we think we have, there never seems to be enough so elevation is a nice way to flesh out a layout. I get inspiration from everyone's posts like this one.
 
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