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If you are entertaining guests today with your layout, run your trains to their full extent!:D A nice running layout on the holidays makes the day complete. Ill be running my stuff later on today.

 

 

 

~Zach~

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Hehe, that was an awesome clip Zach.

 

Question about your layout, do all the cars on the trains platform?

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Cool. I've always wanted to get some of those, but I don't have a lot of money (they're very expensive from what I've seen).

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Hehe, that was an awesome clip Zach.

 

Question about your layout, do all the cars on the trains platform?

 

 

Thanks Pablo. Not all cars platform; the "premier"- B division cars, the letter routes, (A) & (D) Trains, only 5 out of 6 cars platform. The Smaller "railking" A Divison IRT cars, 5 1/2 to 5 3/4 cars platform out of 6.

 

Those models are awesome. Its cool to see them in action. Did you hand make all the platforms?

 

 

Yes , I cut and decorated the platform myself.

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Hey Zach that is an awesome layout. I really wanted to do something huge like this but at the time funds weren't in my favor and these days I have to focus on other things (although I might buy a set to have as a collection :(). How long did it take for you to complete a layout like this? Thanks for sharing

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Very nice models and layout Zach.

 

Thanks man.

 

 

Hey Zach that is an awesome layout. I really wanted to do something huge like this but at the time funds weren't in my favor and these days I have to focus on other things (although I might buy a set to have as a collection :(). How long did it take for you to complete a layout like this? Thanks for sharing

 

 

Thanks for the compliment. Ive been collecting O Gauge trains since July 1997. So over 10 years now. To build this specific layout that I have shown in the clip, at least a month I would say.

 

Board Size: 5' x 10' 1/2'' .

7 Tracks- 4 Elevated, 2 lower level. Both connected via a newly installed ramp, in the middle of the table.

 

1 track designated for a Brooklyn "P"resident "C"onference "C"ommitee" street car" line.

 

6 Transformers..

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I did not see them in TrainWorld

 

The MTH Subway stuff is kept towards the ceiling there. Most of their inventory is in the warehouse attached to the store.

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I did not see them in TrainWorld

 

They are on shelves towards the back of the HO & O side of the store. You can always just ask.

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