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Offline utkan  
#1 Posted : 05 October 2011 10:52:27(UTC)
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Here my humble hybrid layout comes...Blushing


....sorry for the poor video....Blushing but gives a rough idea about the all...Wink


Cheers,

mehmet

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Offline Ian555  
#2 Posted : 05 October 2011 11:31:35(UTC)
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Hi mehmet,

Just wonderful. ThumpUp

Really lets us all see how nicely detailed your layout is, I enjoyed the journey around your layout.

Ian.

Offline Oliver SBB-CFF-FFS  
#3 Posted : 05 October 2011 11:50:06(UTC)
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Mehmet,

That is just -awesome-! Lovely layout and very cool perspective (recording from a wagon).

Am I correct in assuming (mostly due to your signature) that your layout is analog and block controlled?

Oliver
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Offline kevwill  
#4 Posted : 05 October 2011 12:55:11(UTC)
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Mehmet

This is just wonderful, the best i've ever seen. Many happy hours must be spent in your train room.

Kevin
My wife, children, and all my friends, think as i'm into Model trains, i'm very boring and should grow up. NEVER NEVER!!!
Offline Torstein  
#5 Posted : 05 October 2011 14:14:08(UTC)
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Hi mehmet.

Enjoyed the journey, very nice ThumpUp

Torstein

Offline steventrain  
#6 Posted : 05 October 2011 16:25:41(UTC)
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Excellent video.Smile
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Offline MilesT  
#7 Posted : 05 October 2011 16:40:39(UTC)
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Great Mehmet, really nice to see your layout. What a great place for your collection to run! Thanks for sharing.

Selim
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Offline utkan  
#8 Posted : 05 October 2011 17:43:50(UTC)
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Hi mehmet,

Just wonderful. ThumpUp

Really lets us all see how nicely detailed your layout is, I enjoyed the journey around your layout.

Ian.




Hi Ian,

I am glad you enjoyed the video....Smile Actually its main purpose was just to give a rough idea about the layout....Wink

Cheers,

mehmet
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Offline utkan  
#9 Posted : 05 October 2011 17:53:27(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Oliver SBB-CFF-FFS Go to Quoted Post
Mehmet,

That is just -awesome-! Lovely layout and very cool perspective (recording from a wagon).

Am I correct in assuming (mostly due to your signature) that your layout is analog and block controlled?

Oliver



Hi Oliver,

Thanks for your compliments...Blushing You are right.... the recording was done from wagon...ThumpUp

About my signature....I only refer to the world...but I must confess I am deeply addicted to trains so I have

made my train world analog tooCrying Like building a fence...hope have been able express myself...Unsure Wink

Yes, the whole layout is M-Track and analog using M*'s Blue Tranformators and analog(four digit)signals....I will try (ops)Blushing I WILL

give an explanation how the system works....then you will understand me that I am not against digital concept at

all...Wink

Regards,

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Offline Chris6382chris  
#10 Posted : 05 October 2011 17:56:46(UTC)
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Mehmet:

Thanks for sharing the video. I really enjoyed it. The layout looks great. I really enjoy the various scenes. Well done.

Chris
Offline utkan  
#11 Posted : 05 October 2011 17:59:02(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: kevwill Go to Quoted Post
Mehmet

This is just wonderful, the best i've ever seen. Many happy hours must be spent in your train room.

Kevin



Hi Kevin,

I hope the whole bit will not disappoint you in the futureWink .....but for me it is the limit...and believe me I spend minimum five

hours with my trains every day...and I wish all of you will be able to do so one day Smile ...you see I am retired now....Smile

By the way keep not listening to your family members and NEVER grow up...ThumpUp ThumpUp

Cheers,

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Offline utkan  
#12 Posted : 05 October 2011 18:00:42(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Torstein Go to Quoted Post
Hi mehmet.

Enjoyed the journey, very nice ThumpUp

Torstein




Hi Torstein,

Hearing these words from an owner of GREAT layout has made me so happy...Smile Smile

Cheers,

mehmet
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Offline utkan  
#13 Posted : 05 October 2011 18:02:34(UTC)
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Excellent video.Smile


Thank you for your kind interest,StephenSmile Smile
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Offline utkan  
#14 Posted : 05 October 2011 18:05:42(UTC)
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Great Mehmet, really nice to see your layout. What a great place for your collection to run! Thanks for sharing.

Selim



Hi Selim,

It took me,actually many friends too,long years to finish ...but I think WE have fulfilled our dream now...Smile Thank you for your

wonderful lines...Smile

Cheers,

mehmet
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Offline utkan  
#15 Posted : 05 October 2011 18:08:31(UTC)
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Mehmet:

Thanks for sharing the video. I really enjoyed it. The layout looks great. I really enjoy the various scenes. Well done.

Chris


Hi Chris,

I am glad you have enjoyed the video...Smile We had a great fun while shooting it...BigGrin ThanksSmile

Cheers,

mehmet

ps: I have been following your wonderful layout and enjoying it a lot,tooThumpUp
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Offline utkan  
#16 Posted : 05 October 2011 18:12:52(UTC)
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...and this is what I have on my screen...(you see I control things on the table from a computer-digitallyBlushing BigGrin )


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M stands for turnout

S stands for signal

A stands for uncupling unit

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Offline Johnvr  
#17 Posted : 05 October 2011 19:30:04(UTC)
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Mehmet - thanks for a great tour around the layout. You have obviously spent many hours on your layout, and it is looking spectacular !! What a fabulous retirement hobby !

Regards,BigGrin
John
Offline petestra  
#18 Posted : 05 October 2011 20:55:05(UTC)
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Wonderful tour, Mehmet. It was great to get to see all those little back-areas which are very well detailed!
Cheers,PeterThumpUp ThumpUp ThumpUp
Offline nevw  
#19 Posted : 05 October 2011 21:38:42(UTC)
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I am nearly in heaven looking at your wonderful world.

NN
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Offline utkan  
#20 Posted : 06 October 2011 06:43:35(UTC)
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Mehmet - thanks for a great tour around the layout. You have obviously spent many hours on your layout, and it is looking spectacular !! What a fabulous retirement hobby !

Regards,BigGrin
John



Hi John,

Glad you like the tour....Although I got retired almost three years ago,I still feel as if I have a regular job because of the layoutBigGrin

Cheers,

mehmet
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Offline utkan  
#21 Posted : 06 October 2011 06:45:05(UTC)
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Wonderful tour, Mehmet. It was great to get to see all those little back-areas which are very well detailed!
Cheers,PeterThumpUp ThumpUp ThumpUp


Thank so much for your kind interest,PeterSmile Smile

Cheers,

mehmet
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#22 Posted : 06 October 2011 06:47:41(UTC)
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I am nearly in heaven looking at your wonderful world.

NN



Thanks for liking my little world,NevSmile Smile
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#23 Posted : 06 October 2011 06:59:39(UTC)
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...now let's have some shots from it...RollEyes

..from North....

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#24 Posted : 06 October 2011 07:02:47(UTC)
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#25 Posted : 06 October 2011 07:04:41(UTC)
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#26 Posted : 06 October 2011 07:06:32(UTC)
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....finally from West....

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#27 Posted : 06 October 2011 07:32:42(UTC)
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Hi Mehmet,
That was nice. It takes me back to the 100s of miles I have travelled in trains, looking out the window. Sydney, Adelaide, Fort William, Paris, Tokyo, Rockhampton, they are all memories now, and your video awakens them.
Thanks for sharing.
regards
Kimball.
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Offline Ian555  
#28 Posted : 06 October 2011 08:28:56(UTC)
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Hi mehmet,

Great photo's of your wonderful layout, and what a fantastic looking Train Room. ThumpUp ThumpUp

Ian.

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#29 Posted : 06 October 2011 10:23:47(UTC)
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Hi Mehmet, those last few photos of the whole layout are just fabulous. I could not help but notice that there are small notes of paper on your display shelves. Is that a way of running the trains in some order? Cheers,PeterSmile
Offline utkan  
#30 Posted : 06 October 2011 11:27:17(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: kimballthurlow Go to Quoted Post
Hi Mehmet,
That was nice. It takes me back to the 100s of miles I have travelled in trains, looking out the window. Sydney, Adelaide, Fort William, Paris, Tokyo, Rockhampton, they are all memories now, and your video awakens them.
Thanks for sharing.
regards
Kimball.


You are most welcome,KimballSmile Smile
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#31 Posted : 06 October 2011 11:30:15(UTC)
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Hi mehmet,

Great photo's of your wonderful layout, and what a fantastic looking Train Room. ThumpUp ThumpUp

Ian.




Thank you,IanSmile Smile
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#32 Posted : 06 October 2011 11:34:33(UTC)
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Hi Mehmet, those last few photos of the whole layout are just fabulous. I could not help but notice that there are small notes of paper on your display shelves. Is that a way of running the trains in some order? Cheers,PeterSmile



Hi Peter,

Thanks...Smile ..those small notes were just for counting the wagons and locos in the summertime...nothing to do with what you think...I

run my locos just random....RollEyes

Cheers,

mehmet
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Offline Chris6382chris  
#33 Posted : 06 October 2011 16:02:30(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: utkan Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: Chris6382chris Go to Quoted Post
Mehmet:

Thanks for sharing the video. I really enjoyed it. The layout looks great. I really enjoy the various scenes. Well done.

Chris


Hi Chris,

I am glad you have enjoyed the video...Smile We had a great fun while shooting it...BigGrin ThanksSmile

Cheers,

mehmet

ps: I have been following your wonderful layout and enjoying it a lot,tooThumpUp

Thanks for the kind words. I have alot of work still to do to get even close to your layout. And the newest pictures of the whole room well that is just amazing. It looks just like what a layout room should look like. Great job.
Offline Oliver SBB-CFF-FFS  
#34 Posted : 06 October 2011 22:26:49(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: utkan Go to Quoted Post
Yes, the whole layout is M-Track and analog using M*'s Blue Tranformators and analog(four digit)signals....I will try (ops)Blushing I WILL

give an explanation how the system works....then you will understand me that I am not against digital concept at

all...Wink

Regards,

mehmet


BigGrin Looking forward to it Mehmet. Smile
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Offline utkan  
#35 Posted : 08 October 2011 07:12:54(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: utkan Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: Chris6382chris Go to Quoted Post
Mehmet:

Thanks for sharing the video. I really enjoyed it. The layout looks great. I really enjoy the various scenes. Well done.

Chris


Hi Chris,

I am glad you have enjoyed the video...Smile We had a great fun while shooting it...BigGrin ThanksSmile

Cheers,

mehmet

ps: I have been following your wonderful layout and enjoying it a lot,tooThumpUp

Thanks for the kind words. I have alot of work still to do to get even close to your layout. And the newest pictures of the whole room well that is just amazing. It looks just like what a layout room should look like. Great job.



Hi Chris,

It takes years to finish a lay out ....I have been able to finish it at the age 52...Crying You are only half way now...BigGrin At your age the only M*'s have few locos and wagons....and lots of dreams...RollEyes
Thanks again...Smile

Cheers,

m.utkan
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#36 Posted : 08 October 2011 07:14:30(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Oliver SBB-CFF-FFS Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: utkan Go to Quoted Post
Yes, the whole layout is M-Track and analog using M*'s Blue Tranformators and analog(four digit)signals....I will try (ops)Blushing I WILL

give an explanation how the system works....then you will understand me that I am not against digital concept at

all...Wink

Regards,

mehmet


BigGrin Looking forward to it Mehmet. Smile



..but it will take a little time,OliverBlushing Ok?

Cheers,

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#37 Posted : 08 October 2011 07:18:25(UTC)
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..now we go back to October 2003...I have no layout no train room...but as usual a carpet activity when it is possible...RollEyes

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#38 Posted : 08 October 2011 08:53:30(UTC)
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Hi Mehmet,
I really enjoyed this new topicThumpUp ThumpUp !
Thank you for sharing !
Regards
Joël
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#39 Posted : 08 October 2011 09:02:26(UTC)
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Hi Mehmet,
I really enjoyed this new topicThumpUp ThumpUp !
Thank you for sharing !
Regards
Joël



Hi Joël,

As I've said before it is a humble one...Thank youSmile Smile

Regards,

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#40 Posted : 08 October 2011 10:23:38(UTC)
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Mehmet, as you know throughout history, "all great things began small".
Cheers,PeterThumpUp
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#41 Posted : 08 October 2011 15:00:23(UTC)
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Hi Mehmet:

You layout is just...breathtaking. If you don't mind, I have three questions for you:

a) what are the dimensions of your layout? As far as I can tell from the pictures, I would say around 20 square meters.
b) How can you reach some sections of your layout? Do you have removable boards, or some other tricks in your bag?
c) Why do you have a computer near your analog layout? Are some parts operated digitally?

I know I am nosy but it's not every day I see a layout like yours.

Regards,

Pierre
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#42 Posted : 08 October 2011 18:27:20(UTC)
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Enjoyed the pictures and the movie.
Very impressive lay-out
Offline utkan  
#43 Posted : 09 October 2011 09:46:47(UTC)
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Mehmet, as you know throughout history, "all great things began small".
Cheers,PeterThumpUp



Hope I will deserve this saying,PeterBlushing

cheers,

mehmet
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#44 Posted : 09 October 2011 09:54:16(UTC)
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Hi Mehmet:

You layout is just...breathtaking. If you don't mind, I have three questions for you:

a) what are the dimensions of your layout? As far as I can tell from the pictures, I would say around 20 square meters.
b) How can you reach some sections of your layout? Do you have removable boards, or some other tricks in your bag?
c) Why do you have a computer near your analog layout? Are some parts operated digitally?

I know I am nosy but it's not every day I see a layout like yours.

Regards,

Pierre



Hi Pierre,

Thanks for your kind words...Blushing Blushing

....here are the answers;

a)4.50 x 3.40 so 15.3 square metres

b)the lake in the middle is a man-hole(you will see some pictures of it later...but please forgive me for my delay in advance...Blushing )

c)Yes, it is an analog layout on the surface but once the instruments have reached below the surface they are digitalised,which also be also explained,and I control the whole bit on a computer screen...Smile

...an extra piece of info..you are not nosy at allSmile Wink

cheers,

mehmet
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#45 Posted : 09 October 2011 09:57:06(UTC)
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Enjoyed the pictures and the movie.
Very impressive lay-out



A great honour to be liked by a GREAT layout ownerBlushing Blushing Blushing
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#46 Posted : 09 October 2011 11:00:25(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: utkan Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: Oliver SBB-CFF-FFS Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: utkan Go to Quoted Post
Yes, the whole layout is M-Track and analog using M*'s Blue Tranformators and analog(four digit)signals....I will try (ops)Blushing I WILL

give an explanation how the system works....then you will understand me that I am not against digital concept at

all...Wink

Regards,

mehmet


BigGrin Looking forward to it Mehmet. Smile



..but it will take a little time,OliverBlushing Ok?

Cheers,

mehmet


Ofcorse it is ok Mehmet! Smile.


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#47 Posted : 09 October 2011 19:44:57(UTC)
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That isn't just a train layout it is a little piece of heaven I just have to look at the videos and pictures to reduce my stress. I hope to have even just a fraction of what you have someday. Thank you for all the photos and videos you have posted in various threads.

Cheers
Darren
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#48 Posted : 10 October 2011 06:45:29(UTC)
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Hi mehmet,

Very nice indeed. ThumpUp

Ian.

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#49 Posted : 10 October 2011 07:36:05(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: utkan Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: Oliver SBB-CFF-FFS Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: utkan Go to Quoted Post
Yes, the whole layout is M-Track and analog using M*'s Blue Tranformators and analog(four digit)signals....I will try (ops)Blushing I WILL

give an explanation how the system works....then you will understand me that I am not against digital concept at

all...Wink

Regards,

mehmet


BigGrin Looking forward to it Mehmet. Smile



..but it will take a little time,OliverBlushing Ok?

Cheers,

mehmet


Ofcorse it is ok Mehmet! Smile.





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#50 Posted : 10 October 2011 07:37:45(UTC)
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That isn't just a train layout it is a little piece of heaven I just have to look at the videos and pictures to reduce my stress. I hope to have even just a fraction of what you have someday. Thank you for all the photos and videos you have posted in various threads.

Cheers
Darren


That is exactly what I do here:reduce my stressSmile Thank you for your interest,DarrenSmile

Cheers,

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