Naples sTreeT - a Micro Switching Layout

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RodTT wrote:I deliberately didn't do any horn or bell sounds on the video because I thought they'd be too distracting.
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The highest resolution is 480p. No higher available.
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Great video showing off your layout. I like the slow pace of things, well done.
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Der! I discovered I'd exported the video in low res from Movie Maker. Anyway here's a higher res version which looks a bit better:
https://youtu.be/CRi3YqSjwi4

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Next show for Naples Street coming up...this Saturday in Letchworth, just an hour's drive. (For me that is, a bit longer for most of you...)

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At the Letchworth show on Saturday I spent some time talking to Benjamin Scanlon. He's an Aussie who lives in London, and he was also at one of the previous shows I took the layout to. He's very knowledgeable about American TT and scratch-builds his own stuff.
Anyone on here know him? I'm not sure he's on the forum.

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The name sounds familiar but that's all I got...
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He used to be on the forum, yeah, by the name "scaro"
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Yup that was it!


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Ben is on 3mm list

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