Layout help

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chadnn
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Layout help

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I came across this layout
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in N scale (full link: https://media.noch.de/filestore/4/3/4/7 ... 09df59.pdf). The N scale is 125 x 60 cm so I would like to do about 62 x 30 cm in T. I need help with what track pieces would be needed. Don't need the siding. If someone would take a look and make a list for me it would be very helpful. Also what do you think of maybe running a double track? Thanks for any help/advice you can give.


PS:
I started in T about a year and a half ago but didn't get very far with it. Had everything packed away for a move and while the boxes were in my van someone stole the van. Got the van back about 4 months later but all my trains were gone. So decide to try again now.

martink
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Re: Layout help

Post by martink »

I suggest you download a copy of AnyRail (or another similar model railway design program - there are a few of them). It has the full T Gauge track library, so you can experiment with different designs and track plans and see what works best for you.

chadnn
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Re: Layout help

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If I can find a program that works on a Chromebook I will do that.

chadnn
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Re: Layout help

Post by chadnn »

Found what I needed. This post can be deleted.

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