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 Posted: Sun Sep 30th, 2012 05:58 pm
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ON30Carl
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Got my computer back, here are some pics of the layout tours I went on.

First up Sam Furukawa's Sam Juan Central















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More pics from Sam's layout










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 Posted: Sun Sep 30th, 2012 06:09 pm
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Continuing withthe SJC Got more photos comming, I hope the resolution isn't too high to download:w:

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So there is no confusion, the photos above are all of the Sam Juan Central,

a beautifully done and complete layout.

The next layout is Ron Hopkins, the "Moclips & Becks Creek" ON30

his layout is new and has a complete track plan but not a lot of scenery.














 the M&B Creek is ON30

 

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Dick Karns S standard scale " NY,Westchester & Boston"

One of the most outstanding layouts on the tour, featuring an overhead cantenery

system (non working), but wonderfully executed!






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The next set is of Paul Scoles' Pelecan Bay Ry & Nav. SN3. No comment neccesary.




















































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 Posted: Sun Sep 30th, 2012 10:26 pm
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Tom Beaton had a small 36" circular layout that got everyone's attention











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Those are some really sweet layouts, thanks for posting the pics. Must be really cool to see some of these famous layouts in person, after reading about them in Gazette.



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Fab layouts wish I could have been there
Dennis

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Carl-

Great photos!

Thank you for sharing them with us--almost as good as being there.

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