Considering the most standard door size is 30"x80", if you want a continuous run you have the following choices:Let’s say you had a door sized table available. What scale of trains would you put on it? I’m trying to find out which scale and layout design will give me complete and eternal happiness in my life.
Available space × Budget × EyesightHollow core doors? I'm using several, for O/O27 trains. I started out figuring I would use 1-2 for a small N layout. If I had to do things over, I'm not sure I'd use the HCD's again. I chose them for the modularity, in terms of moving in the future.
For my part, I truly think you do deserve it. The Prize, I mean. For that (peaceful but funny) joke alone.Moons ago I received an HO Bmann 4-4-0 (was it?) from an eBay purchase which came without a bell...This is likely due to a rare occurrence in quality control...They graciously sent me one, gratis....Since then I've oft wondered if I, for having weathered this awful awful storm, deserve:
The No Bell Piece Prize !!
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