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I had a small 4x8 and was going to stretch it to 6x10 but tore it down a few months ago and focused on toying with O...

NJ gov just said yesterday... 30 more days lockdown...

whelp i setup a 4x6 under my O table.. lol..

this way i can switch from O to HO

maybe get back to that dcc conversion I was working on too...

not a great setup. just an oval.. soldered switcher open so it dont screw with me. wanted a but straight on curve...
time to play !!!!

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Reggzie By the time this thing is all over
you'll have a complete HO layout with switching yard and
fully landscaped. :eek: :giggle: :giggle:

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ya never know!!!.
already planning on cleaning out the other half and takin 4x6 to 8x6 lol
 

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Careful with your dimensions, you might want to cut an access hole in the center so you can reach everything.
yeah right now i can crawl under there.. your right.. if i do it doubled, it will be interesting how i would get to it
 

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yeah right now i can crawl under there.. your right.. if i do it doubled, it will be interesting how i would get to it
You should add wheels to the lower level, then you can just pull it out to work on it.
Push it in to run.
And get one of those plastic milk crates to sit on while you work on it.
I use them a lot inside and outside the house, beats sitting or kneeling on the ground.
 
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