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  • Hi, In browsing the internet I see that back in 2012 you started on a variation of the Hakuhodo Branch, which I plan on using as a basis for my layout, and I was intrigued by the idea of using foam board to form the risers for your layout. Did you encounter any problems during construction or afterwards?
    Also, after running on the layout, did it work out well and make for interesting operating sessions? Finally, is there anything you would have changed?

    After many, many years away from the hobby, I'm committing myself to a 36 x 80 board, N scale DCC set up.

    Bruce Monte Sr
    Casa Grande, AZ
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