Re: N Scale Track Plans.

Well after changing my mind about 8203948203948 times this week, lookin
for other options.
I have 101 track plans, but nothing there really catches my eye, or if
it does, its the wrong size for my room... I have searched the net far
and wide (not much viewable on the net )
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Here are a few sites with track plans:
Layout Design Primer:
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Thor's All gauge Page:
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Mike's Small Track Plans:
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You might be able to get some ideas from these. Here's an excellent book
by John Armstrong, "Track Planning for Realistic Operation":
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Bill
Bill's Railroad Empire
N Scale Model Railroad:
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History of N Scale:
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Links to over 700 helpful sites:
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Bill
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Did a HO layout about 15-20 yrs ago :)
Just not sure about adding on later, the room I have is a spare bedroom, not much space left, so wanna do it 1ce and do it right, yea askin heaps I know... 101 track plans 46 `58, 74 79 (but way too long, and hacking plans is a pain!) are a few Im lookin at
Reply to
Biggus
Since your space is small, you may want to take a look at Iain Rice's books on "small" and "medium" track plans. Lots of interesting ideas.
Reply to
Charles Krug
yea sick of buyin books at $30-50each, then get stufff all out of them!
Thanks anyway
Would have thought there would been more layouts showboated on the net.
Reply to
Haywood Jablowme
yea sick of buyin books at $30-50 each, then get stufff all out of them! Thanks anyway Would have thought there would been more layouts showboated on the net. ------------------------------------------------- I'm looking forward to seeing your layout showboated on the net! Be sure to post the url of your website.
Bill
Reply to
Bill
I have several websites for different things I do... No skin off my ear, I'll be sure to have one.
Reply to
Biggus
There are. You can go to:
Atlas
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Model Railroader
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Model Railroads
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Railroad Line
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(check out the forums area) The Guage
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(check out the forums area)
All have layouts featured.
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wannand

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