Bob Hegge...yep, he was in RMC many times. What I really liked about his layout was that it was O scale/gauge with code 100 rail! Whatta great look and the equipment wasn't too shabby either. Blast from de past.
____________________ It doesn't matter if you win or lose, its' how you rig the game.
It was Bob Hegge's work that inspired me to try laying standard gauge O in code 100.
Greg: There is no "right way". I have fabricated turnouts on the bench, on the layout, and somewhere in between by using soft wood roadbed at the turnouts instead of cork. I had a turnout in a tricky location that had to be fabricated to fit.
Good to see you back in the hobby.
I am new to this forum, but I bet just about everyone here wants to see photos of your progress.