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Offline GSRR  
#51 Posted : 26 February 2012 15:58:48(UTC)
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Fabrice,

Great looking layout and progress. Are you only using a standard s88 or will there also be an s88 with occupancy detection, such as the Viessmann 5233?



r/Thomas


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Offline French_Fabrice  
#52 Posted : 26 February 2012 16:33:35(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: GSRR Go to Quoted Post
Fabrice,

Great looking layout and progress. Are you only using a standard s88 or will there also be an s88 with occupancy detection, such as the Viessmann 5233?



r/Thomas




only 5217 (S88 std), no 5233.
Cheers
Fabrice
Offline pab  
#53 Posted : 26 February 2012 19:24:17(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: French_Fabrice Go to Quoted Post
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I see a lot of ground connections on just one side of the track. I suppose you know that the rails in K track are not connected. Is there a specific reason for the ground connections on one side?



All one-sided ground connections are here to provide feedback to the S88 modules. When a loco or a wagon stays in a section (block) delimited by 2295 tracks and linked thru such a ground connector to the S88, the corresponding information on the S88 line is set to "up", and then the software can deal with the fact the corresponding block is occupied...
Does it answer to your question ?

Cheers
Fabrice


Yes that makes sense, but you also need right side connections for the normal ground connection and left side connections outside the isolated S88 sections. Are those connected in another way?


I you look at my plan, the grey straight sections are the 2295 tracks (one side sectioned rails). The red sections (for lvl 1 & 2) are feeder track rails (violet for lvl 3), providing both "B" and "O" lines. As a general rule (except when I've forgotten it) most of the time a sectioned block is followed by a feeder track, so I always get both left and right rail connected to ground outside the block. So I can use either the left or right rail inside a block, depending on the way I put the sectioned tracks, to get the S88 signal.

Cheers
Fabrice


Thanks for the explanantion.
Offline steventrain  
#54 Posted : 26 February 2012 20:41:19(UTC)
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Looking good process.ThumpUp
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Offline French_Fabrice  
#55 Posted : 26 February 2012 21:41:35(UTC)
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Hi Folks,

Regarding post #40 and the "emergency escape lane" (as found on some highways), I've done it.

See below:

Happily, the straight section between the left and right curved turnout had exactly the length of a straight turnout. So I put it, draw a curve (its end was exactly in the middle of a pillar -murphy's law ! Cursing ), then a straight line with a high slope.
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A 7% slope...I hope it will be enough Bored
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From an other angle...
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I've done a test with a 3 wagon set and all went fine. They stop at the first 1/3 of the slope Glare...

I don't know if it will be useful, but I've tried to prevent some disasterMellow.

Still have to put some side supports in the aerial part of the ascending ramp...

Cheers
Fabrice

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Offline French_Fabrice  
#56 Posted : 04 March 2012 19:08:15(UTC)
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Hi all,

A few shots of the beginning of the upper level...

The long descending ramp...
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First (of 5) upper plate...Placing the tracks
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Curved track bed not yet done...
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Detail from below...
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General perspective of the descending ramp, still from below (curved track bed finished)
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Upper level 2 first plate, from below, ...
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Upper view...
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Final overview...
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Next step: start wiring of ramp and upper plate...

Cheers
Fabrice

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Offline petestra  
#57 Posted : 04 March 2012 20:12:45(UTC)
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Hi Fabrice, your layout is going to be super! Cheers,PeterThumpUp Smile
Offline French_Fabrice  
#58 Posted : 04 March 2012 20:21:08(UTC)
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Thanks, Peter !
How about your kitten ? Still interested by trains ?Scared

Cheers
fabrice
Offline petestra  
#59 Posted : 04 March 2012 20:28:02(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: French_Fabrice Go to Quoted Post
Thanks, Peter !
How about your kitten ? Still interested by trains ?Scared

Cheers
fabrice


Bonjour, Fabrice. LOL They are no longer kittens at 6 years old but both Black
Jack and brother Izzy still act and play like kittens. Black Jack loves the trains
and knows now how to behave. They are good boys, just like your miss LiliLaugh .
Peter
Offline Yumgui  
#60 Posted : 04 March 2012 21:58:24(UTC)
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Very nice progress Fabrice, thanks for the photos !

Interesting structural system with the flat steel sections, it's "food for thought" ^^ ;)

Yum ThumpUp
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Offline Ian555  
#61 Posted : 05 March 2012 06:11:33(UTC)
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Hi Fabrice,

Great progress on the layout. ThumpUp

Ian.

Offline BrandonVA  
#62 Posted : 05 March 2012 15:49:00(UTC)
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Tri-level and proper benchwork, how can you go wrong? If you're like me, it may make you feel the need to get some more "strong" locos to pull things up and down the grade :) Any excuse, right?
Offline French_Fabrice  
#63 Posted : 05 March 2012 19:25:37(UTC)
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Thanks to all !

@Brandon : Unfortunately, there are many ways to go wrong.
One I have to fight against is impatience (for the tracks to be connected together)...Wink

Cheers
Fabrice
Offline Yumgui  
#64 Posted : 05 March 2012 20:17:17(UTC)
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... One I have to fight against is impatience ...


Cool Fabrice, cool, all in due time ... ^^ Wink

Yum ThumpUp

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Offline French_Fabrice  
#65 Posted : 11 March 2012 22:35:41(UTC)
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Hi Fans,

The week-end work started well...BigGrin

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I took measurements for 2nd upper plate and prepared a piece of ascending rampGlare
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...I even put a metal mast with led...very nice....and...
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Crying The "disaster" occurred : not enough height between the ascending ramp and the upper plate to put a tunnel !Cursing
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So I had to change the plan...Happily, I had only to reduce the curve radius, shorten a bit the siding and invert a turnout. Blink
The original plan is drawn in blue on the left hand-side...
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The fuel depot from rear...
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Overall view. I still have to cut out a bit more the 2nd upper plate to allow a decent tunnel entrance.


This project is very compact, and this time I had luck to find out a solution for my very big mistake...
I hope I can finish the layout as plannedConfused . Maybe it's too ambitious for my skill level...But I don't give up!BigGrin

Cheers
Fabrice

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Offline Yumgui  
#66 Posted : 11 March 2012 22:40:54(UTC)
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Excellent Fabrice !

Fonce (Go for it) ... ^^ ThumpUp

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Offline petestra  
#67 Posted : 12 March 2012 00:16:28(UTC)
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Hi Fabrice, you have done a-lot of work. Looks great. PeterThumpUp
Offline ac jacko  
#68 Posted : 12 March 2012 00:19:01(UTC)
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Excellent layout and enjoying the trip of builidng and planning imensly. Keep going sir Cool
Offline river6109  
#69 Posted : 12 March 2012 02:50:00(UTC)
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At last we see a layout constructed with k-track to get somesort of a balance from the M & C-track connoisseursand what a layout it is.ThumpUp

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Offline French_Fabrice  
#70 Posted : 18 March 2012 19:44:12(UTC)
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Hello fans,

Some significant progress this weekGlare ...Let me show you...

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Fuel depot with light masts.
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Closer look on switching tower.
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Placing station tracks. The turntable is also in place.
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The station in background.
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The station from another angle.
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Turntable and last upper plate (draft version: cutting has still to be done)
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Overview of week-end works...
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Current state...

Still a lot of work to do, but the first rendering is interestingCool

Cheers
Fabrice



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Offline TrainIride  
#71 Posted : 18 March 2012 20:20:33(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: French_Fabrice Go to Quoted Post

...
Still a lot of work to do, but the first rendering is interestingCool
Cheers
Fabrice


Hi Fabrice.

Great progress in only a few months! ThumpUp
Congratulations. Your layout is great.
It remembers me so when i started my layout some years ago
- with wood and screws - even if mine is more simple.

Regards
Joël


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Offline Webmaster  
#72 Posted : 18 March 2012 20:26:56(UTC)
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I hope the inspector is happy with the progress too... BigGrin

A lot of height and clever trackwork, how much will be visible in the end?
Juhan - "Webmaster", at your service...
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Offline Yumgui  
#73 Posted : 18 March 2012 20:32:42(UTC)
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ThumpUp ThumpUp ThumpUp

Thanks for the progress pics !

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Inspired by : http://www.nakedmarklin.com/ ... I am not alone in this universe, phew.
Offline Ian555  
#74 Posted : 18 March 2012 20:41:22(UTC)
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Hi Fabrice,

Enjoying watching a K track layout come together. ThumpUp

Ian.

Offline steventrain  
#75 Posted : 18 March 2012 21:00:56(UTC)
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Very good process.ThumpUp
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Offline French_Fabrice  
#76 Posted : 18 March 2012 21:31:31(UTC)
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Thanks to all !

@Juhan : The visible part is composed of most of the upper layer (Level 3) + the ascending ramp in the front part (still in progress). See post#1 - Level 3; you will notice also a small hill/mountain with tunnels on the rear-left part of upper level.

Cheers
Fabrice
Offline Superlampster  
#77 Posted : 18 March 2012 21:34:36(UTC)
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Looking good!

Regards Henrik
Offline petestra  
#78 Posted : 18 March 2012 21:40:36(UTC)
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Hi Fabrice, wow the layout looks great! You have really done a-lot of work. Keep those photos
coming! Cheers, PeterThumpUp Smile

ps- regards to Lily from Black Jack and Izzy! Woot
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Offline Chris6382chris  
#79 Posted : 18 March 2012 22:04:51(UTC)
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Really looking great. Keep up the great work and do keep the pictures coming.

Chris
Offline pab  
#80 Posted : 19 March 2012 10:58:50(UTC)
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Very interesting.Lots of possibilities. Very good looking.
Offline French_Fabrice  
#81 Posted : 25 March 2012 19:37:08(UTC)
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Hi all,

Nothing spectacular this week-end, except all tracks are connected !BigGrin

A few shots, as usual...

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The bridge...
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The missing link
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The last piece of the puzzle in place
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Ascending ramp : overview
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Final overview of infrastructure
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Inspector evaluating the resultsGlare ...Hmm, still work pending...not really finished!Mad


Next steps: have a break, think, wire, test all before starting tunnels, and later scenery...

Stay tuned.
Cheers
fabrice

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Offline Johnvr  
#82 Posted : 25 March 2012 20:02:09(UTC)
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Fabrice,

Looking fantastic !
You must be very pleased with the progress so far.
Good luck on the next phases.

Regards,BigGrin
John
Offline Loadmaster  
#83 Posted : 25 March 2012 22:42:00(UTC)
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I just reviewed your postings and I am impressed.
I really like the metal brackets and metal straps you use for spport.
I've never seen that type of construction and may try that concept.

Rob
HOac and Z scale running SBB/BLS Era IV-VUserPostedImage
Offline petestra  
#84 Posted : 25 March 2012 23:50:06(UTC)
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Hi Fabrice. The layout is really coming along quite quickly. You're really done a great job. Mademoiselle
Lily seems to be excited about the running of trains too. Woot
PeterThumpUp Smile
Offline Ian555  
#85 Posted : 26 March 2012 04:49:09(UTC)
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Hi Fabrice,

Great to see a K track layout being built. ThumpUp

Ian.

Offline French_Fabrice  
#86 Posted : 26 March 2012 19:20:36(UTC)
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Thanks to all BigGrin

@Rob : The main reason which led me to use metal straps and bracket was the lack of room, i.e. the descending ramp is behind the wall (rear side), and the left hand-side is near the entrance of my room... The drawback is : it's more difficult to shape/cut/drill Crying ...and you need adequate tooling Cursing, but then it's rock solid ThumpUp

Cheers
Fabrice
Offline igf2  
#87 Posted : 27 March 2012 16:08:04(UTC)
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Nice & quick progress... Well done Fabrice ThumpUp ThumpUp

Cheers


Jean-Pierre
Offline steventrain  
#88 Posted : 27 March 2012 17:30:30(UTC)
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Looking great.ThumpUp
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Offline Marklin in Oz  
#89 Posted : 28 March 2012 19:12:00(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: French_Fabrice Go to Quoted Post
Works on hold...
Inspector is inspecting...
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Laugh

Cheers
Fabrice


First off I'd like to say this is an amazing looking layout. Excellent work! Second, with your permission I'd like to share this picture with a friend. He's not big into Marklin like we are, but he IS big into cats and the look on inspector Lili's face is priceless!

-Fred

Offline French_Fabrice  
#90 Posted : 29 March 2012 06:10:31(UTC)
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Quote:


First off I'd like to say this is an amazing looking layout. Excellent work! Second, with your permission I'd like to share this picture with a friend. He's not big into Marklin like we are, but he IS big into cats and the look on inspector Lili's face is priceless!

-Fred



Hi Fred,

You can share this picture with your friends. The only restriction I would set is "not for making money".
I give love to my cat and she is a living creature. I do not consider her as some goods, so use this picture if possible with the same state of mind and respect.

Cheers
Fabrice
Offline jvuye  
#91 Posted : 29 March 2012 07:16:01(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: French_Fabrice Go to Quoted Post
Works on hold...
Inspector is inspecting...
UserPostedImage
Laugh

Cheers
Fabrice


Looks like she's saying:" Do you really plan to go on with this?"
Precious moment!Wub
My cat is only happy when trains are running.
If they don't she pushes them!BigGrin
Oh, no Honey! Not the Fulgurex Be 4/6 please!!Scared

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Offline petestra  
#92 Posted : 29 March 2012 16:19:11(UTC)
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Hi Fabrice, I see you treat your lovely Mademoiselle Lily like part of the family, just as I do with my boys, Black
Jack and Izzy. I am always still amazed at the unconditional love that they give to us.

Layout is looking super! PeterSmile
Offline French_Fabrice  
#93 Posted : 07 April 2012 14:50:05(UTC)
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Hello fans !

No layout pics today 'cause no noticeable visual change.

I've wired all remaining main blocks in "draft mode" in the upper level and tested the layout with 10 trains running in automatic "random" mode BigGrin.
By "random", I mean the software (Rocrail) automatically chooses the available routes depending on block occupation and associated timers.
Quite impressive...OhMyGod

But when something goes wrong (for instance a turnout motor has a problemCrying ), I need to reset all the automatism, i.e. tell the software that loco XX is in block 12, loco YY in block 15, etc.

By the way, do some of you use feedback on turnouts with sensors or special motors or other means ? If yes, would you mind to provide me some link (or short explanation) if possible on this topic ?

Here's a pic of the schematics under rocrail:
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Now, going to test again and change some parameters...

Cheers
Fabrice

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Offline petestra  
#94 Posted : 07 April 2012 14:52:31(UTC)
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It sounds like a very large undertaking, Fabrice. Good luck! PeterThumpUp
Offline French_Fabrice  
#95 Posted : 15 April 2012 19:18:06(UTC)
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Hello Marklin fans,

After a lot of testing, I've had some trouble (derailment Crying ) with one switch and long locos in the hidden ramps (i.e. level 2). So I've decided to modify a bit the level 2.

During the modification, I've also added 3 new blocks to level 2. Now the total is 26 blocks for the main tracks (level1+level2+level3) without sidings.

Here's the new plan for level 2:

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And a few shots of the results
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It works perfectly now BigGrin

Now it's time to setup definitive wiring for the upper level.

Cheers
Fabrice

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Offline Ian555  
#96 Posted : 16 April 2012 05:01:04(UTC)
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Hi Fabrice,

Great progress on your layout. ThumpUp

Ian.

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Offline DigitalNZ  
#97 Posted : 16 April 2012 07:13:21(UTC)
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Wonderful Fabrice,

It's great to see a layout being built! I can't seem to make my mind up on what to build permanently so am stuck with test / long term temporary layouts. I've got a few plans in mind but I will procrastinate over it a bit longer.

I'm very much looking forward to seeing more progress on your layout.

Kind Regards,

Daniell
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Offline petestra  
#98 Posted : 16 April 2012 10:21:11(UTC)
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That's going to be one exciting layout, Fabrice. Excellent! PeterThumpUp
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User is suspended until 29/11/2014 09:15:32(UTC) Goofy  
#99 Posted : 16 April 2012 16:08:28(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: French_Fabrice Go to Quoted Post
Works on hold...
Inspector is inspecting...
UserPostedImage
Laugh

Cheers
Fabrice


I know why inspector is mad!!!
You haven´t cut out a hole on the worktop because you have underground rail yard.
So what happens if train set derailment and you cannot reaching trainset...

Sincerely
Anders









Offline French_Fabrice  
#100 Posted : 16 April 2012 17:15:16(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Goofy Go to Quoted Post

I know why inspector is mad!!!
You haven´t cut out a hole on the worktop because you have underground rail yard.
So what happens if train set derailment and you cannot reaching trainset...



You're right.
That's the main flaw in my design Blushing . I cope with it...

Cheers
Fabrice
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