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  1. I was thinking I might as well make my own thread about my TNOS adventures instead of spamming the TNOS thread. I'll post here all my adventures down the TNOS rabbit hole. While I explore the TNOS world, I'll have some questions which I post here. If anyone has more knowledge about TNOS or other related subjects, I'd be very interested to know! Don't hesitate to post answers, tips, hints etc.! If anyone has specific questions about TNOS that they want me to try out for them, just post a reply and i'll get back to you if I am able to do it. My collection: I have european
  2. I have created this topic so people can post layout ideas that we wish Tomix would add to its TNOS layout plans. The layouts they have provided are generally very geometric and logical, and the operating sequences for them seem to be just a Bach-like exercise in variations. Instead, I would like to see layout plans and operating sequences that are based more on the way real railways look and operate. Remember that the simplistic geometric shapes that Tomix TNOS layouts are drawn in do not have to be the real shape of the layout. They are illustrated that way for simplicity. Using t
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