Nice! I do N scale also. I have a kind of large layout I am working on. I do have an old HO set in a box that I just haven't had the time or room to even see if it works.I currently model in N-scale. My first model trains were a Christmas gift in 1970 when I was 6 years old. It was a Tyco train set. I stayed in HO-scale until the late 1980's when I moved from my parents house to my own apartment. They allowed me to keep my HO layout up and running in their basement. Unfortunately they moved to Nebraska in the early 1990's and since I didn't have room in the apartment I dismantled the layout and sold off all my HO equipment. I thought about trying N-scale but a cousin of mine had an N-scale layout in the late 1970's and the quality of the engines and rolling stock left a lot to be desired. After a year or so without a layout I was really wanting to get back into modeling. A club really wasn't an option for me due to my working a rotating shift. One day I was in my local hobbyshop when a customer was picking up an N-scale engine he had ordered. The shop owner put it on the test track to make sure it ran well and I was hooked. That Atlas N-scale engine was so smooth and quiet. Well I left the shop that day with a new Kato Union Pacific engine, a selection of Micro-Trains rolling stock, and Atlas track. I've been an avid N-scaler ever since. I now model the Erie Lackawanna, the Lehigh Valley, and the Delaware & Hudson railroads.
Nice. Yeah, I originally started with a 3' x 5' N layout in our bedroom. I outgrew that pretty quickly, but mainly because I got sick of crawling in and out of bed.
One way is, when you lick on 'Post" there is a small grey and yellow icon at the top of the window that comes up. It looks like a mountain and sun. Click on that, then select the photo you want to post. It's been a while, but I think you can also create a gallery of your photos as well.I have G - O - S - 00 - ON30 - H0 - TT - HOn3 - N - Z and T engines on a table display for comparison, BUT... I do not know how to post pictures to this site.