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AnonymousDFB1

My rather small N layout

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Well this is all I have got and it's in desperate need of renovation.

I was going to have is running locos and rolling stock from BR's late 50 early 60's but on investigation I found the layout is an old German layout. So I have got a German loco and a couple of carriages, plus three little VW Beatles and plan to renovate it (at some point) complete with continental overheads etc.

Then the plan is to sell it on and build something more fitting to my collection of early BR diesels.

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Well this is all I have got and it's in desperate need of renovation.

I was going to have is running locos and rolling stock from BR's late 50 early 60's but on investigation I found the layout is an old German layout. So I have got a German loco and a couple of carriages, plus three little VW Beatles and plan to renovate it (at some point) complete with continental overheads etc.

Then the plan is to sell it on and build something more fitting to my collection of early BR diesels.

I used to have some German bits way back in the past, very impressive they were to, even had a "bendy" loco (articulated in the middle like bendy buses) for going up the mountains round very tight track curves.

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German? Ah well, at least the trains will be on time! :evil_laugh:

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German? Ah well, at least the trains will be on time! :evil_laugh:

Just the renovation that's not happening :)

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Just the renovation that's not happening :)

You could try building your own tracks as well Mish. :wicked:

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