Yes you do. There's not much available in the era you're modeling, especially in N scale. I know I hit the jackpot when it comes to vehicles.
I have a special request. When you get a chance, I'd like to request that you make a video featuring the trains snaking thru the mountain section of your layout. In N scale, its very possible to run longer trains (than HO) in a given space, and I'd considered this trackplan in the past for the basis of an HO layout. Thanks in advance, and keep up the good work!
Thanks for the feedback, I'll try to get some more videos up with more of the overall layout instead of just run bys too.Thanks for making a video, it gives a nice overall feel for your layout. That's a nice speed for the train to run at.
Thanks, N scale has really come a long way.Nice video. Sure with locomotives ran like this in the 70's. I would most likely have stayed in N scale.
Thanks for the comments, probably should have some towers. I have a couple on the side, maybe I can incorporate into the hills.Steve,
Great video! Should the hillsides have some high tension line towers? Look forward to more postings and progress when you get around to it.
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