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Re: Sarum Bridge

Postby dkightley » Sun May 28, 2017 8:29 pm

......and the electronics are brilliant!!!! :D :D :D :D

I've had The Bridge at several shows since installing the above boards.....and with three trains circulating round, the layout looks very busy.....and fascinates many who watch it!
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Re: Sarum Bridge

Postby new2tee » Tue Feb 05, 2019 7:06 pm

Hi martink. I'm Neil, new to the group and would just like to say, It's all your fault ! :D
I've been impressed with T Gauge for a while and it was your Sarum Bridge layout that inspired me to actually bite the bullet and do something. I hope you don't mind but I'm using an adaption of Sarum Bridge for my layout as I absolutely love it. Mine will be a lot simpler in being a double track layout rather than a single continuous loop with blocks like yours. I think it will be simpler electrically and will be slightly bigger, being 5' x 2' with hopefully the addition of a canal at the backscene. I was aghast at the linear motor roadway system and may very well look into this at a later stage. Below is a diagram of the adapted layout (not to scale) for you to see, you'll see how similar it is and I would like to thank you for your inspiration. Best wishes, Neil (new2tee)
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Re: Sarum Bridge

Postby new2tee » Thu Feb 07, 2019 11:33 pm

[quote="new2tee"]Hi martink. I'm Neil, new to the group and would just like to say, It's all your fault ! :D
I've been impressed with T Gauge for a while and it was your Sarum Bridge layout that inspired me to actually bite the bullet and do something. I hope you don't mind but I'm using an adaption of Sarum Bridge for my layout as I absolutely love it. Mine will be a lot simpler in being a double track layout rather than a single continuous loop with blocks like yours. I think it will be simpler electrically and will be slightly bigger, being 5' x 2' with hopefully the addition of a canal at the backscene. I was aghast at the linear motor roadway system and may very well look into this at a later stage. Below is a diagram of the adapted layout (not to scale) for you to see, you'll see how similar it is and I would like to thank you for your inspiration. Best wishes, Neil (new2tee)

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