Mayner Posted April 22, 2012 Share Posted April 22, 2012 (edited) Besides dabbling indoors in Irish Modelling on the Broad and Narrow Gauges and a G Scale American Narrow Gauge layout, I also had a fair interest in American N Scale. I dusted off a pair of modules based on the One Trak concept that I started in Dublin in the late 90s basically to see if they are worth re-using. Snowbirds and U Boats A pair of Atlas LV Snowbirds approaching the yard. In the background a D&H SD45 leads a consist of Kato U30s & SD45s Across the bridge mixed D&H power wait on the yard lead and loco servicing tracks. The original modules used to live on a shelf above the workbench which could be operated as a switching layout and were later incorporated into an attic layout. Grain Elevator and Yard Throat Module The modules are based on the idea of two railroads entering a shared yard. The Downtown Module Walthers and DPM warehousing in the background. The model is based on elements from Binghampton, New York where the DLWR and Erie had parrallel lines through the city centre. Sharks and U Boats I could not resist this probably the best and the worst real and model! Atlas U23Bs and E-R Models (Bachmann) Sharks. John Edited April 22, 2012 by Mayner Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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