Picture Nscale begining

Discussion in 'N / Z Scale Model Trains' started by Tweed N Scale, Nov 1, 2003.

  1. Tweed N Scale

    Tweed N Scale New Member

    Here Is a picture of the layout ,She seems To Run fine,should i hook up power to sevaral sections of the track,even though its only 8x3. To Someone Who Asked If i Was In Ontario Canada,
    Sorry Its Tweed Heads NSW Australia
    Leigh Harrrison [Tweed Nscale]

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  2. Matthyro

    Matthyro Will always be re-membered

    Interesting layout Leigh. Can't quite tell but is it multi scale or is it just that you have roadbed under the outer loop.
    Welcome to the Gauge.
  3. Lighthorseman

    Lighthorseman Active Member

    Looking Good!

    Looks as though you're off to a fine start. Can't wait to follow your progress. :)
  4. Tweed N Scale

    Tweed N Scale New Member

    Outside Track

    No Its All N scale
    The outside Track Is under Trackright Foam, Which Makes it look Like that,The inside rail is not Permanenet,i want to elavate it somewhere,any suggestions ,I Got the Track Cheap And its Fleischman pre ballasted,The track Is beautifull, Runs Great,but very dear For Extra Pieces,Especially Turnouts.
    Im Going to have to weather it some how ,as it looks toy like.
    any suggestions on that also
    The inside Line is all Cork ,My Opinion A Lot easier to use,and seems to run smoother But Im A Beginner So Dont Rely on my expertise......Or Lack of
    Keep On Training........
    Tweed N Scale
  5. Cinnibar

    Cinnibar Member

    Your layout

    Hello Tweed,

    I see several, possible electrical "blocks" that would enhance the operation of your layout. Unless, of course you are planning to go DCC. In either case I would suggest you do some research. There is tons of stuff out there in the way of books, videos, hobby shop "experts", and the internet. Before you start covering things up with scenery it would be a good idea to get things wired, tested checked and double checked. Looks like you did a real nice job of laying track, if you do the same with your wiring you will have an enjoyable time running trains!

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