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Definitely, we'll have to set it up one day once everything is up running again!That is really a good idea. Glad to see you back.
I still hope to be able to visit your layout some day when you are "fussing" around. Maybe an afternoon when I can bring the 10 YO grandson with me?
Thank you!Awesome video
Couldn't agree more, I started buying a lot of freight cars before I even had a layout. Then after tearing down this layout several times (while it was much much smaller) and moving I didn't have it set up for a long time but continued to buy rolling stock. I couldn't believe how many I acquired over that time and of course most had "stock" rapidos then. Glad I'm almost free of them all! N scale has come along way, I wish there were a lot more options for buildings, signals, vehicles and those small details.Looking good Steve. When I was into N scale, one of the very first things that I did was to chuck the old couplers, which back then were the hideous Rapido couplers with Kadee (now Micro-Trains). With around 11 scale miles of main line, I really hated to tear out the layout, but the locomotive in N scale back in the 70's for the most part were garbage. I can't get over how well they run today.
Looking forward to more posts.
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