AstroGoat and CaTT's Model Train Room

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The room we are going to use for TT scale in the Train Barn is roughly 25'x14', with about 22'x14' usable for the layout.
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Not only will there be trains inside the train barn, there will be a large scale train running outside as well. (8 3/4" gauge)
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Sounds like all you need now is an HOO layout. :lol: I have recently shed my American OO equipment, which was pretty extensive, my Euro HO, sold off my brother's S scale, and my N scale is on the market. That leaves me just TT.....and some O, all of it spring motor powered Marx, Ives, AF, etc. I found with so many scales, nothing got accomplished.

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Sventton wrote:Sounds like all you need now is an HOO layout. :lol: I have recently shed my American OO equipment, which was pretty extensive, my Euro HO, sold off my brother's S scale, and my N scale is on the market. That leaves me just TT.....and some O, all of it spring motor powered Marx, Ives, AF, etc. I found with so many scales, nothing got accomplished.
I do have some American OO, one Lionel 003 4-6-4 NYC Hudson, a boxcar, a hopper car, and 8 intact cabooses, and 6 for parts.
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I had 2 Lionel Hudsons, 4 Schorr brass diesels-all running, Nason Atlantic, Pacific and about three 0-6-0's, about 40+ freight cars and unbuilt kits (all brands, Lionel, Scalecraft, Nason, Picard, Eastern, Schorr....) about 10 passenger cars, Schorr brass caboose, etc. Track and scale gauges, scenery items including 2- OO turntables from the 1930-40's. I let it go for a song. :boohoo:

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Here are the scales that will occupy our train room: TT and S.
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Here is a temporary loop of TT track running in our train room:
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I like to run TT scale trains!

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TT scales cool. S guage ain't bad either.

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