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 Posted: Thu May 21st, 2015 11:35 am
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Thanks, Lee!



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Very cool micro layout!

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Just thought I mention that my Tsehum layout is still moving on. The modified Banta speeder with trailer is passing an 0-6-0 that has been changed so many times that I can't remember how it started. Another senior moment, I guess. I think it was an 0-6-4 Forney from Miniatures By Eric. Anyways I love the Bachmann 0-6-0 for donor chassis - run really well and relatively cheap.



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Great to see you again! Fine and funky is always wonderful. Nice little lokie and speeder. How about some more photos???

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Thanks Woodie! I appreciate your comments. Photos seem to expose all the things I need to fix. However I'll have more soon.



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Here is a little panorama of the front of my micro. A lot more detail to be added!




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Hi Brian :wave:


Looks great !

Nice small cars & scene.

The 'X'-over seems to work really well on the micro.


Nice !! :moose::moose::moose::moose::moose:


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Have you got any more pix Brian ?

Love to see 'em if you have !


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I appreciate your comments, Si! 

Here is an overview of my 2 micros: On30 on the left and On18 on the right. My goal is to connect the two in the corner of the room by means of a dual-gauge track on the right front of the On30 layout by the mock-up station. More to come on that later.



Currently, I am trying really hard to reduce my inventory of engine projects. So, you can see an in-progress die-cast Model A pickup hack into a railtruck on my On30 micro. That is done. I have just about completed a Backwoods Miniatures open cab conversion of a Bachmann Gas Mechanical  - just the driver and his buddy left to do this weekend. Next is an On30 center cab using a Bachmann MDT chassis.   

Sharp eyes will notice that on the lower right of the On18 layout there is some N gauge rolling stock. Long  term, I'm looking at an N shelf layout above the O micros. Here is my proposed plan: 



Living in a condo has its restrictions but I'm really enthused about how my little corner of the world will turn out!

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#5 is pulling 3 cars up to the TGM end-of-line past the open air engine service shop which has a new "old" fence with signage:

 

  A couple of the boys in the background are wondering how it's still standing!



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