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I've got a layout (in the process of being built; the track is laid and wired but turnouts aren't remote controlled just yet) on a 5x9 table (not any fancy custom benchwork, just flat plywood for the top) with a modified version of the famous Atlas "Great Eastern Trunk" track plan (I know, I...
New guy here...with my first layout attempt. Curious if this would be good for a basic "operations" layout. There is a picture of the coal mine I built but couldn't fit it to the layout...so I'm going to add another 4x4 piece. One side will be 4x6 the other side will be 4x8, the 2 joined by a...
For you operations fans, here's an app for your iPhone. Sounds like a lot of fun.
15. Trainyard Express
Trainyard Express is a maddening brainteaser. The point of the game is to build a track to guide the red colored train into the red colored...
The other night my wife and I stopped by a local RR club. They are apparently in a multi-generational construction project as they had no trains running and were working on their layout which is quite extensive and no where near completed. (I presume there are evenings that they do run trains...
Over on the Railroadforums side, a great idea was suggested for enhansing model operating sessions.
He suggested that when crews "Die on Hours of Service" they have to wait for a Dog-Catch Crew to relieve them.
Does anyone here that uses a fast clock follow the 12 hour hog-law?
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