T beside the sea

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barneyadi
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T beside the sea

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Hi all

Just thought I would start a layout thread as well as post on Facebook. Plan is a double track at moment, might add points to run more trains but not sure at moment. Planning on using flexible track in scenic area and standard off scene, depending on how easy it is to curve flexible track.
Any views/opinions most welcome.
Will post plan later.

barneyadi
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Plan as promised. Also on facebook.
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barneyadi
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So with no replies but a good few views no one has pointed out any problems with plan. I have come across a similar plan but single line based on Golant in Cornwall where the railway line separates the harbour and river which could be fun to adjust my plan to incorporate. Only minor issue is I cant find any t gauge small boats or yachts. Does anyone know of any?

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Mike
DON'T knock it at least I am trying to do something, with only one good hand.

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