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Discussion in 'Black and White' started by Covey22, Nov 13, 2017 at 2:43 PM.
Very cool. You can do a lot with these scale models.
No sir. I had the pleasure of seeing a very professional setup at a County Fair of all places. It took up about half a barn.
You've just reminded me that I sold my model railway to help fund the purchase of my first SLR, which is why I don't have any pictures of the former taken with the latter.
I didn't say so at the time. but I thought that the family who bought my model railway were daft because the pleasure of model railways is in building them and in getting them to work properly and to look nice. Once you've done that you're left with watching the trains going round and round, which won't sustain anyone's interest for long.
That reminds me of a miniature train that I saw at the village fair a few years ago. It was a bit bigger than your models but ran on an elevated track pulling along a number of passengers.
P1010914.jpg by nearlycossack, on Flickr