I'll echo Od 97's statement "Words of model railroading wisdom!"Originally Posted by Kermit
If I have to work too hard at it...well...then it becomes work.
Well I have to agree in my own case also. IF I ever finish what I'm doing now or want a change of pace I'll be building a yard and engine terminal in the next room which as my wife says I might as well take it over for the trains. I can see where it most likely will never be finished and that's ok with me, it will have served its purpose.My layout can never be to big,
I believe it's the same pic in this thread...modelbob said:Old 97,
Do you have a larger version of your avatar picture that you could post as an attachment? It looks interesting but it's too small for me to see clearly.
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