Oh hey, that's Northlands in NJ. I've been there a couple of times. It's a massive place, the pictures don't do its justice. The only downside to it is that there is no purpose to the fictional world. When you go you will see train bridges that have no tracks that lead to them, roads that begin and end randomly, and loops of track that never reach a destination just stuck on the side of a mountain. But besides that there are whimsical parts to it, for example a mini golf course all on stilts, or a house surrounded by a quarry pit. In all its fun to go to with younger family members, they're the ones that really enjoy it.
W C Greene wrote: Hmmmmmmm......However, I know guys who have spent more than 16 years building a layout. Whatever floats yer boat I suppose.
WoodieWell, a layout never gets finished because, as time goes by, every time we declare it "finished", we start redoing the worst eyesores (or more "technically/technologically challenged areas") ........ if we don't rip the whole mess out and start all over again. Or move. Extra points for changing scales. Jose.
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