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Larry

Long Winded Old Fart
Here's a few aerials of my layout. You may need binoculars to see the track & the vehicles. :cool:
 
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Larry

Long Winded Old Fart
I'm still in the building phase & will always be in that mode. It seems like I just about get a section finished & I add on some more. I guess that's the way it should be. I hope I live long enough to finish just a small/large section. :D
 
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B_Kosanda

Member
That's quite a "mess" you've got there Larry. ;) I like to see aerial shots of layouts. You get a real view of what the layout is. Is that scenery you've got painted on the walls? Is it made to line up with your site line to the edge of the layout?

Bill
 

CBCNSfan

Registered Member
Staff member
Hi Larry, what size is the room you have that layout in, it seems humungus.
Cheers Willis
 




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