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  1. bill937ca

    Garage Unit Tram Layout

    After 15 years I took down my 30" x 60" layout table in the living room of my condo during the winter. This opened up an area with three book cases, leading to finding some long though lost books. The layout table was replaced with a 36"' x 24" garage unit. On top of that is piece of cork salvaged from a Staples bulletin board. My plan is to create rotating layouts for N scale trams, N scale local trains and O gauge trolleys using Super Streets. A big step forward has been scrounging up a chair, essential for my knee's current state. So far I am on my second tram layout where I play with Kato Greenmover LEX. I am using Tomix Wide Tram on simple track plans I have plans for running my Kato C12 later this year on a local railway layout. The photo shows the garage unit shortly after being brought up from storage and set up. That is one of the O gauge MTH trolleys and an Altas O gauge 80-watt power pack.
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