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Hi All!

Some time ago I ran across pictures of this track built by an enthusiast in the USA by the name of Steve Neil. As I browsed these pics, I couldn't help but get a very distinct "British 1950s small track" vibe from his effort and just had to share it here at SF!

Thus, Steve was kind enough to give me permission to share his pictures of his track layout here at Slot Forum.

As I recall, the track used Ninco track and included several scratch built cars based on British prototypes.

Note I said "used". Steve has replaced this track with a new one that utilizes Scalextric track. He also went for a more contemporary "feel" (which he accomplished nicely). His new track gives a very "80s" feel to my eyes.

Anyway, below are the pics!

Andre

Motor vehicle Window Plant Asphalt Fence


Plant Window Building Leaf Road surface


Tire Plant Wheel Vehicle Car


Plant Building Automotive tire Asphalt Tire


Tire Wheel Land vehicle Plant Car


Tire Wheel Car Vehicle Plant



To Be Continued...
 

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Steve is a very accomplished modeller. Im also involved with RC submarines and Steve has produced some kits in that market too.
Hes worked on Hollywood type special effects , masks , Spock ears etc.
 

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I think Stonehenge might have been the tip-off.

The pix were taken some time apart with changes to the layout.

In the whole layout shot, Stonehenge is in the infield of the turn with the pond opposite the wall with the Professormotor sticker.

But it is in the 4th and 5th pics in the second post.
 

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Puzzled! How do you get to a car that comes off the track under the top track.
Track scenery and layout looks magic
 
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