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rmarriner

Deprived
Hello everyone! I was curious whether or not anybody had the track plan for a layout I saw in one of the "Great Model Railroad" yearly publications from MR. I believe it was the 2000 GMR issue. I can't recall the name of the layout, I do remember it was an N scale "L" shape layout that had casters on the legs for easy moving and was based in the Pacific Northwest. It may have been a different issue, but for some reason I want to think it was 2000.

Any help would be appreciated. I used to have the issue that the mentioned layout is in, I can't seem to find it and just need to verify it is the 2000 issue before I order the backissue from MR. I am planning my own layout and recall this one really appealed to me back then and I think it would work for my space requirements now.

Thanks guys/gals!
Richard Marriner
 

Myowngod

Pennsy Tuscan Red Blood
Have you checked out the new layout databasse at the Model Railroader site. You can narrow it down by gauge. It might be in there.
 

rmarriner

Deprived
THATS IT!!! :D

Have you checked out the new layout databasse at the Model Railroader site. You can narrow it down by gauge. It might be in there.
I didn't even know this existed. I was so adament about looking for the past issue that I didn't think to see if they had a database online. I guess I'll have to really contemplate subscribing to MR...

Thank you!

P.S. If I build that last one, I don't think I'll be alive to show it off, my wife would kill me! :)
 

Myowngod

Pennsy Tuscan Red Blood
Glad to help.
Just try and reconsider the last one. I think you'll find your wife won't mind sleeping out in the shed a problem, if you explain the branchline is absolutely necessary for " real operations".
 




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