RIP--a Final Pictorial

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SpaceMouse

Fun Lover
Long Live the Rock Ridge and Train City I

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Out Danged EZ Track (If I would have done this before scenery, I might still be working on this layout.)

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I guess I'm now committed to the Rock Ridge and Train City II.
 

NZRMac

In Training Down Under.
I know exactly how you feel Chip. I'm over the depression and looking forward to the new build.
 

CIOR

Central Indiana & Ohio RR
You just did what many of us have done a few times over. I've done it a few times. Last layout was 75% and had to move. but with that came a NEW LARGER LAYOUT. but like the ones before it, I know this one will bit the dust too someday, in favor of a better layout. Always look ahead and look up, never back or down. Heights are scary..LOL
 




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