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Track Plans - N Gauge

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Track Plans - N Gauge
Posted by Anonymous on Friday, March 30, 2001 1:47 PM
I have a 10x7 area in which to do my layout. I have researched many books with track plans and not have found one that gives me a good combination of both a track plan and scenery possibilities. If you have a track plan you like to share with me or know of any books which I can purchase please let me know.
I am interested in something with elevation,bridges and a good size yard.

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Posted by Anonymous on Friday, March 30, 2001 3:09 PM
Hi, not to sound funny or any thing, scroll down to the track plans for small spaces in the forum colunm. theses a couple of good answeres there rather than retyping them I'll just send you ther. enjoy
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Posted by Anonymous on Tuesday, April 3, 2001 4:35 PM
I assume that you have found something by now, however Kalmbach and Atlas both have books of Track Plans for N scale layouts. I prefer the Kalmbach "N scale Track Plans". I modified a layout out of this book quite some time ago as I did not have a computer at that time!! Good luck and have fun.
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Posted by Anonymous on Wednesday, April 4, 2001 1:50 PM
Louis, I am an HO modeller but thanks to a friend of mine I'm into a little bit of N. After you read the other topic in the forum and read the books, also think of some of the railroads you want to do? I'm not quite sure where you are located, but think of some of the short lines around the country and check out Model Railroader. That magazine has some wonderful layout plans for small areas. They have a page on this sight and then hit their website for back issues. Hope this helps. If you have any questions you can always E-mail me at bn9900@hotmail.com. I just ask that if you do please put in the subject line what the question is so I don't delete. Thanks and hope this helps.

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