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You did "some"??:eek:
It is almost halve a layout! ( to me;)
It's going to be a fantastic part of your layout and if the "concept" ,you thought about, will work you'll have done a great job( actualy you already do/did!!;) )
great pictures Steve!

Steve, I have to "DITTO" Jos. This new design/work of yours is going to be exciting to operate. I wish that I could accomplish as much in such a short time. You must work at notch 8;) :D .

Steve B

Thanks gents, but don't forget, there's no switch machines, it's all good old fashioned hand operation.
John All the Bachmann loco's with the flywheel are great, i have a 25, 37, 57 - The hornby 56 dosn't even rank anywhere near as good with the old ringfield motor, Bachmann are bringing out a 47 and 56 or 58 i heard this summer, should knock the Heljan 47's down in price

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