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    I'm not sure if this is the right place for this, but although I'm pretty sure I have a good layout design in my head, I'd like to see some more track designs. I have looked at ALOT of track plans, but it seems to be better if I can see the real thing! If anyone has a really neat 4x8 layout that has good variety, could you post pics of it? There is simply nothing cooler in this hobby (IMHO) than building something and showing it off or seeing someone show off something they built! I just need some ideas guys! Any layout that is 4x8 in dimension! Thanks guys!!!!

    -Rich

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    Chip

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    I am in the process of doing an HO version of the trackplan with more switching on the left side.



    The layout is chronicled at:

    http://www.pacificcoastairlinerr.com/4x8/



    Thank you if you visit
    Harold

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    I love both those layouts...Always enjoyed seeing them...So much in so little area...great planning.....Saw your pics in Modelrailroad Planning 2007 Harold...bout ran off the road when my girl friend was looking thru the mag on the way to Virginia and she said,"Thats nice!!" and I went, "I saw that on modelrailroadforums...COOL!!!!"...Your a master!!
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    awesome guys!

    great looking layouts! I'm planning on doing the "black river junction" featured in Model Railroader. Seems like alot of railroading in a small space, but I like every one of the ideas that I just saw! Thanks alot guys! Feel free to post more layout pics!

    -Rich

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    Spacemouse, you rock! That's a great layout in a 4'X8". What a nice plan!
    Jimmy G, President
    Marquette, Monona & Western Railroad
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    I'm going to go with this one from Gateway NMRA's Saint Louis Central 2001 Model Railroader magazine layout

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    Quote Originally Posted by wongsing View Post
    awesome guys!

    great looking layouts! I'm planning on doing the "black river junction" featured in Model Railroader. Seems like alot of railroading in a small space, but I like every one of the ideas that I just saw! Thanks alot guys! Feel free to post more layout pics!

    -Rich
    Was that the one with the switching/interchange in the center of the layout?

    http://katousa.com/BRJ.html

    I really like that one myself, and thought it would make a nice layout to run, until I get the space for what I want,
    Josh

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    Here's mine, this will have a good mountainous scenery but very little space to make towns, infact I'm worried that I won't be able to place any buildings :S



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