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 Posted: Sat Oct 8th, 2016 07:59 am
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Keep in mind that part of the beauty of model railroading is that you really aren't limited to one railroad or era, you can model pretty much anything you want as long as it can be scratch built or purchased.

Seeing that you are modeling On30, and I read phrases such as "livestock" I'm immediately thinking that you should look into western narrow gauge, specifically Colorado.  You don't have to model anything specifically, but a really great railroad could be made by taking the best Colorado narrow gauge has to offer and applying it to an On30 freelanced railroad.

That would be my suggestion, but of course you should model the region and era that appeals to you the most.

Good Luck!

--James

Last edited on Sat Oct 8th, 2016 08:05 am by jtrain



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