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  1. steelwheels

    SteelWheels "N" scale layout

    Hi everyone, Still new to the area and learning my way around, being that model rail roading is a visual thing. I would like to share what's in my basement. Quick history, started in N about 1983, first layout in my townhouse. Was L shaped with a bridge that spanned from corner too corner...
  2. steelwheels

    Long time Model RailRoader

    Greetings, Love model railroading, the realism that can be created is found in no other hobby. A model railroad when done correctly has motion and activity where there is none. My current railroad scale is N, I chose N scale because I like long trains. The N scale locomotives pound for pound...

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