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I have made a start on my sons (I say my sons but I have just as much fun on it
) 1:64 layout. It aint the biggest most complex layout but with limited space its designed to site nicely on the kitchen table


The Layout:


Touring Cars on Track:


Now to get it on a board me thinks
 

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Alan Tadd
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Nice to see an HO layout Gazman.

Are you going to mount it on a board?. The great thing about HO is the amount of track you can get into a very limited space.

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Alan
 

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QUOTE (BEEJAY7 @ 8 Jul 2004, 18:58)Are you going to mount it on a board?. The great thing about HO is the amount of track you can get into a very limited space.

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Alan
Yes its going on a 5' x 3' board as thats all I have room for ... unfortuantely the missus wont let me take over the livingroom
 

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Brian Ferguson
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QUOTE the missus wont let me take over the livingroom

Hmmmm.... what about the bedroom?! One of the coolest HO home tracks I've ever seen was done as a slide-out from under the bed! Obviously, timing was critical!
 

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QUOTE (Fergy @ 8 Jul 2004, 19:45)Hmmmm.... what about the bedroom?!
I value my life to much to ask
besides my rally/race sim pc is in there
 

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Being in a rural setting located at the official centre of the UK my Track is now to be Known as "Dunsop Bridge Race Barn"(sorry Swiss too good a name to miss)
 

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Is 6 mm mdf substaintial enough for a small circuit, I dont want to make it to heavy... and whats the best way to attach the track to it ?
 
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