I would like any thoughts about my crazy ideas described below. I am not sure what will work or even if things are doable. Please comment. Need all the help firstname.lastname@example.org
No, you don't 'have to' know the footprint of the benchwork to design a layout. In fact, the track plan 'should' dictate the footprint. As a prototype modeler,ku0a
Hi all, Many thanks for all replies, very helpful. My layout room is 40' long total, but broken down as such: 14' wide x 20' long 18' wide x 10' long 22' widesydmainman
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