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new guy

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I'm a typical case, doc. Had the circle ho set as a kid and loved it. It did not survive long due to no ply and moving a lot. Saw a "real" home layout( somebody had MORE than 2, 4x8 sheets for space!) at about the same time and KNEW I had to have one.
 
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new guy

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So far I've set on HO scale , code 100 track, DCC, all the way. 30x30 foot basement area is being cleared of junk and I will have 80 feet of useable wall and about 15x30 open space to use for layout. I'm planning BIG!

SHOUT OUT to my MILITARY BROTHERS! Pop a top for the boys!

AIRBORNE!!!
 




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