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  1. I bought my first train last year - a bright yellow n-scale Kato Sobu 101 - and was looking for inspiration for a new layout to build around it. I needed something relatively modest, since this would be the first one I've constructed and I didn't want to set myself up for over-achievers failure, creating more work then I had the time or inclination to put myself to. I've been obsessed with Japan since living in Yokahama as a very young child. Clearly my purchase of the Kato was part of this obsession, and I was keen to build some (probably poor) approximation of a Japanese environment around i
  2. Seibu Tamagawa Line The Seibu Tamagawa Line is 8 km line running off the JR East Chuo Main line at Musashi-Sakai to Koremasa. This line is single track and does not connect to the rest of the Seibu network. Length 8 km Stations 6 4 car trains Seibu Kokubunji LIne The Kokubunji LIne runs off the JR East Chuo Main Line at Kokubunji Station to Highasi- Murayama. Connections are made with the Seibu Haijima line at Ogawa and the Seibu Shinjuku line at Highasi-Murayama. Length 7.8 km Stations 5 6 car trains http://youtu.be/NZ98eDp_PGc Seibu Tamako Line
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