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N Scale CNW Layout



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Nice job anything recent?
Phenomenal
AWESOME!!!!!  Keep up the good work.
coolest layout I've ever seen! Nice job!
Check description for updated link.
Your web site isn't working. Do you still have the PDF?
amazing sound, layout, and models.
nice Video, good job !
I'm currently building a layout from the same time period. Do you know where I could buy an Alco RS-2 or RS-3 for a good price?
I agree, slow speeds help the look of a small layout.
Danke! Someday I would like to see Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg.
Same memory here.
Steam is Bachmann, diesels cover the full range of makers. Most of the RS units are custom painted as there weren't too many decent CNW RS shells at the time. Keep the wheels and track clean and they will run smooth.
link to track plan in full description above
It's very nice,I want to know where I can down it???
Great show!Greetings from Germany.
wow, this is a realy nice layout you've ade there man. i love the sounds, you drive the trains at correst speeds, not 1000miles. i like the trees and all the scenery
That passenger train pulling into the station brings back memories! I remember that sound from when I took commuter trains to Chicago and back.
I really like the way you set-up the sidewalk in front of the pool hall. I am attempting something similar on my own Galena and Platteville layout. Love the sounds as well - do you ever plan to get sound in the Alcos? I wonder if they make speakers small enough but with sound that's comparable to the HO sound decoders?
thanks for the kind reviews, please see the full description for more layout details


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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.