This is a very realistic model railroad layout with an awful track featuring 90’s era CSX. Handlaid yard trackage and a mainline attempt at realistic joined rail are the two main segments.
When you hear the sound of crickets in the mix, it really seems too real. All of the track age, scenery, equipment and weathering was last worked before some years ago.
The layout has really been dormant for six years with stuff hold on high and cats sleeping on the foliage. I revived it to require a record of the most effective parts. Most of the yard tracks square measure a hand-laid n-scale rail on small picket ties, with ample kinks.
This layout’s cardboard shims under the middle 30’ft, of each scale 40’ft section of rail. You have to notice that this very realistic model railroad layout with the awful track is done with N-scale rail. The joints are more pronounced on the siding track is shown at the end of the video which is laid with cut 40’scale code 83 rails laid on plastic ties.
This layout is incredibly misleading about the overall railroad. It’s the only option of scenery. The sound is taken from a rail video. It’ actually from a remarkably similar video of a decrepit branch line in Richmond.
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