Starting and learning about t gauge

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Patnewbie
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Starting and learning about t gauge

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Beginner with t gauge for last few weeks ( have had n gauge in past) nothing is tidy yet but getting the handling of double sided tape to fix track now, and if video loads then I've cracked that as well
This is pretty simple layout, both circles run ok between them and back point to siding or ? Mine works ...... now to finish fixing track and then a tidy up..... also exploring downloading card models for buildings etc
It's a only a start as I'm learning as I go

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Re: Starting and learning about t gauge

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As stated in your other thread, you can't upload videos to the site.....only images.
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dkightley wrote:As stated in your other thread, you can't upload videos to the site.....only images.
Sorry Doug and others I missed the reply in my other thread as well .......

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Re: Starting and learning about t gauge

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at long last ( for many reasons) getting somewImagehere, now runs as two separate tracks, using platform in top Lt for passengers to change over .... photo of Rt hand side of layout if I've sorted the Photobucket img required to post photo, will post Lt hand side in next post for ease of trying to post photos

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Left side of layout hopefully ..... preview says it's loaded ...hope so as long time since I've used this method


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MIHS85
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Nice start! Looking forward to your progress on this. What are the overall dimensions of your layout?

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Layout is 4' x 2.5". Originally I had points in a more interesting layout but gave up on them so it's a simpler two separate tracks ..... it will grow slowly. Thanks .....

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