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Partly, yes. It was supposed to be a more mountainous area, but I gave up back in March because of the cost, and the fact that I ran out of track halfway through constructing it.
 

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Annie, it looks good. The problem I see is how close the track is to the edge of the board. At some point, you will experience a derailment, and your engine(s) and rolling stock will fall to the floor. I suggest you immediately design some sort of railing or fence to encircle the board to keep loose trains from destruction. Good luck!
 
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