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    Very nice all!
    Great concept.

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    O boy, now I got to dig out my model railroad books, thanks for that, have fun building everybody,
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    Quote Originally Posted by kimo505 View Post


    Well I guess I stirred up a new interest with the community? Lets so how it goes. Post your model railroad, dioramas, kit-bashes, test routes, small routes or scrapped projects. Have fun.

    (Screens removed)

    I'll work on releasing that other layout this weekend, I wanna pick through it first.

    Hallo Kimo,

    yes, you did :-)
    I guess people are quite interested in this concept because a lot of us originally started with a brass railway in our childhood and some of us may continued with it even later on.

    But even in virtual reality such a concept also has advantages. It allows reaching nice looking results much faster. Due to the fact that only a small stripe of land needs to be decorated, route creation goes much faster and the route creator can pay nearly all of his attention in detail creation to the terrain near the tracks.

    Have a nice weekend everyone.
    Your’s TUME

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    WIP...



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    Hi Eso,
    That looks good so far, how did you make it look like its on a table with legs?

    David

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    I don't spend much time with TRS nowadays but seeing Kimo's great work i couldn't resist...




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    Hallo Peso,

    looking good!

    It seems that the time is coming back when the guys are working day by day downstairs in the cellar room at the model railway - until their wives calls them up in order to get attention.

    Happy trainzing.
    Your's TUME
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    Quote Originally Posted by eso View Post
    WIP...

    Images removed
    What is the names of the controllers in the middle of the layout.
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    Cheers guys (and Kimo for the genius technique!)

    as for the questions...

    Trainfan2017: the table look is a combination of wall/retaining wall splines to form the sides, dig holes to form voids and the floor is a spline (see Kimo's posts on which one)

    tume: If my house had a basement I'm sure my lady would make sure i was locked in there as long as possible :P

    GP502011: conrtrollers came with the Multi Layer layout off the DLS (you should grab these anyway). It's listed as Transformer **** (something i can't remember). Should be on the DLS though.
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    a bit more progress

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    Nice work Xawery i was thinking of the Downtown Miami Spur myself well done mate. Great work every one as well.
    Cheers Mick.

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    Long ago I made this one base board version of an N scale layout I once had. BTW, one base board is the equivalent of an N scale layout that fills a 2 car garage wall to wall.
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    WOW! I didn't think this thread would get such a response like this. Thanks and great work everyone. So not to have delusions of grandeur, I like to think of this thread as more of ideas and thinking outside the box. while I'm tweaking my model railroad to be released. Here are some shots for those wondering how I did it.




    d depo uzd2, uzd3
    Tree Bamboo 01



    Marsz EL Support 06, 07



    Quote Originally Posted by jpereira View Post
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    maquete table is this:
    Wall 5m wood Black
    Wall 5m Dark Stone
    Wall 10m Dark Stone



    Airport Ramp Surface 30x100
    Asfalt SWE 100



    Railroad backdrop spline and backdrop River 4-12
    Audio Shop Socalwb




    @ Therock - I used bendorsey's dighole 9, don't know if it makes any difference.

    @ eso - Awsome looks like you already got it.

    @ Xawery - Lance Mindheim for sure.
    Last edited by kimo505; January 25th, 2014 at 05:20 AM.

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    Pretty much there (needs a few minor details)






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    Brilliant thread with some great ideas.I have one of my own but don't quite know how to get it started.

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