Layout Gift

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Bill Dixon
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Layout Gift

Post by Bill Dixon »

As I am known to the local community as the TT Guy, TT-Scale items come to me.
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This 3' x 5' TT Scale layout came to me today.
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It uses Rokal track and the wildest mixture of scales for people and structures. Most if not all the people are HO Scale.
Many of the structures are HO Scale or N-Scale with a few TT-Scale thrown in. There might even be one G-Scale item.
The builder obviously used what he could find. Some of the scenes are quite nice. Some ideas worth copying.
If I decide to strip the layout I can see several buildings that will be useful.

For now I am going to clean the track and see if modern equipment will run on it. Time for a bit of fun.
Regards
Bill Dixon
TT-Tracks
North Vancouver, BC

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ConducTTor
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Nice score TT Guy :wink: :thumbup:
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AstroGoat760
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Re: Layout Gift

Post by AstroGoat760 »

Cool!
Life is short, play with TT Scale Trains!

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TheKnighTT
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Re: Layout Gift

Post by TheKnighTT »

Nice gift. I doubt anything but Rokal will run on the points. Maybe wait some time and Rokal items will find their way to you, TT Guy.

tomvanhoy
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Re: Layout Gift

Post by tomvanhoy »

I tried running an HP Pacific on the tubular Rokal track and the finer scale wheels with short flanges kept running over the sides of the rail. Good Luck.

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