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Old 16th January 2011, 20:07   #1
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Default New layout of size


I has brought some trains of N gauge so I am think about single line or double line call mainline with twice run round in full sand of country

I will buy ready built station, some buildings, signal light, railroad crossing without barrier

because I like running round all time

my small room is size 7ft x 6ft 4inch

I have Union pacific so I am think about to buy western or southern pacific

so western,southern are join to union pacific?

Thank you

where I buy dmu passenger railcar of n scale?!?
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Old 16th January 2011, 21:25   #2
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Default Re: New layout of size

After Union Pacific absorbed SP and WP they ran for quite a while with units named for all of them. I think you can still see them now and then.
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