Track plans for modules - kindle book

Track plans for modules - kindle book

Postby harmi » Wed Jan 18, 2017 12:01 pm

Hi, I am a member or RailnetTT club using Zababov(Fremo-like) module standard, recently I have published a kindle book with my module track plans (designs and/or realisations) and I would like to share it here, because maybe you will find there a candidate for your next module.

Some of my line modules at our latest 2016 event:
https://youtu.be/nappZY2c4sM?t=161
2:40-2:50 - Green Lake
3:42-4:07 - Suburb+Townplace
5:37-6:17 - The Flood

Book https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N0U7J2P is already available for Kindle unlimited/Lending library programs and since Jan 26th will be in countdown deal from 0.99$. Definitely I would appreciate your feedback from the other side of the world. Thanks, PH.
TT modules in Zababov standard (FREMO like)
my club blog http://www.railnet.sk
my kindle book with module track plans https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N0U7J2P
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Re: Track plans for modules - kindle book

Postby oldtrainguy » Wed Jan 18, 2017 9:02 pm

I only did the 'Peek Inside' but it looks very interesting and it looks like you put a lot of work into it.

The video is also very nice. Love those tree's on your modules. Very impressive. Do you have an article or video of how you made them?
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Re: Track plans for modules - kindle book

Postby AstroGoat760 » Wed Jan 18, 2017 9:52 pm

The video is great, a fine example of how model railroading transcends languages and nations!
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Re: Track plans for modules - kindle book

Postby harmi » Thu Jan 19, 2017 12:23 pm

Thanks for positive words, however, all my modules are equipped with purchased trees from modelshops, I did not fabricate them :( . But if you are referring to the ones in video visible between 2:52-3:18, these are not my modules, these are modules of Zababov colleagues (Czech republic modelar railorading club). True modelling of the nature is nice, but I try to make my modules little bit "less usual" e.g. The Flood, GreenLake, or with special function for layout setup like Walk-through module or ProfileExchanger, therefore I decided to put together a book about them.
If you would like to see how TT modules work here, pls look at http://www.railnet.sk/search.php?rsveli ... &rstema=27, of course translator or chrome would be useful because of local (Slovak) language. Articles with keywords Bernolakovo, Siemens (and Kokava as well) are local events, but our members use an opportunity to visit events in countries around.
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my kindle book with module track plans https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N0U7J2P
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Re: Track plans for modules - kindle book

Postby ConnRiver » Sat Jan 21, 2017 11:19 am

AstroGoat760 wrote:The video is great, a fine example of how model railroading transcends languages and nations!


Much enjoyed the video, too! The modules join together nearly seamlessly, looks very good.

Does TT have a chance to become an International Scale? Or, are other scales more popular in international reach? Just thinking out loud it would be fun one day to have an international meet/convention at which regions from around the world are represented. . . .

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Re: Track plans for modules - kindle book

Postby jmass » Sat Jan 21, 2017 11:36 am

Nice video, really like the sound of the loco.
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