Hi Chris, I feel that size, scale and type of layout is pretty much a personal choice. You make all the decisions and you live with the results. The first choice you have to make is just what is it you want to do, run long trains, switching, or both. The decision you make for those factors plus the space you have available will determine what scale you will have to model in. To do the things you really want to do (an Empire) you may have to model in "Z" scale no matter what it will have to be your decision. The next factor and not the least will be the cost, can you afford it? If not stick to something you can afford, it may not be an empire you'll end up with, but at least it will be something you can live with. To help you decide ->A make a small HO layout,
Or B make a big N layout.
I have more HO stuff but have no idea what to do. I would appreciate your help.
Hi Chris, A whole lot or maybe nothing depending what dimensions (Length ft X Width ft) make up 90 sq.ft. You'll have to be more specific to get an answer to that.chrismoore93 said:What could I fit in a 90 square foot space?
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