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Just joined and want to introduce myself.I'm Carl from Cuyahoga Falls Ohio.I have been away from the hobby since the 90's.I was doing HO then but returned last year in N scale.Layout is around 70 inches by 40 inches.I really like farm scenes and have two farms and a river between them.Looking to see what others have done with their layous and hoping to keep learning from all of you.Thanks,CJP53.
 

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Welcome aboard Carl


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Welcome aboard Carl


We have a great bunch of guys with decades of experience in
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Just joined and want to introduce myself.I'm Carl from Cuyahoga Falls Ohio.I have been away from the hobby since the 90's.I was doing HO then but returned last year in N scale.Layout is around 70 inches by 40 inches.I really like farm scenes and have two farms and a river between them.Looking to see what others have done with their layous and hoping to keep learning from all of you.Thanks,CJP53.
cjp53;

Welcome to the forum! I'm a long-time N-scaler. I model a tiny part of the Milwaukee Road's trackage near Seattle Washington in the 1920s. The photos show some of my structures, most are scratchbuilt. Some kitbashed some both.

Again welcome;

Traction Fan 🙂
 

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cjp53;

Welcome to the forum! I'm a long-time N-scaler. I model a tiny part of the Milwaukee Road's trackage near Seattle Washington in the 1920s. The photos show some of my structures, most are scratchbuilt. Some kitbashed some both.

Again welcome;

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Very nice work,I have built most of my bridges,barns,water towers and silos with a few laser wood kits.Have not tried to post any pictures yet.Have to see how to first.lol
 

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Very nice work,I have built most of my bridges,barns,water towers and silos with a few laser wood kits.Have not tried to post any pictures yet.Have to see how to first.lol
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To post photos you need a minimum of 5 posts on the forum. (one more to go for you) The directions for how to attach photos to your posts are at the beginning of the :Forum News, Updates and Help" section. It's not hard to do. I look forward to seeing your photos.

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cjp53;

To post photos you need a minimum of 5 posts on the forum. (one more to go for you) The directions for how to attach photos to your posts are at the beginning of the :Forum News, Updates and Help" section. It's not hard to do. I look forward to seeing your photos.

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Thanks will try and post what I have done so far
 

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I have made it very simple without and switches just two separate tracks. It will be my Grandsons someday as he’s just 3 years old now. I will then make another one. Lol
 

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cjp53;

I'll return your "very nice work" compliment. Those wooden structures look very good indeed. So does the layout, your grandson will love it as much as my 5-year old grandson loves his.

Traction Fan 🙂
Thank you sir!!!!
 
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