Good Tweek---uh, Rip Ahead. I like outside my box.
Not bad Chip! I'm sure you can make that hotel look great!
You might be able to fit some narrow structures along the opposite side of the "road" , next to the turntable lead.
Another thought, if you don't NEED the passing siding to the top, removing it can allow a little more scenery, or even backdrop houses?
Anyways, since I forgot to draw it in before, try this thought out for size. I added a connecting loops from the staging to the main layout so the trains can come out either direction.
Pretty nifty there Chip, whatcha gonna do with all that open space behind the Rock Ridge Module?
Josh and ChipDo I hear REDWOOD = TREES!!!
Hope they( REDWOODS) could be made at the right scale/hights! . It looks very impressive when you( CHIP) could make them so tall so your trains look very very small!!. So maybe only the first half of the tree( 40 inches) Watch the website of "Shamus" And I know a dutch MRRC that made the redwoods in HO scale! trunks were made from broomsticks!
BTW Chip: very nice layout/design and did you find some time to contignue Bob's ( I am curious
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