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I was thinking about that Tony Koester quote and how it is very true for me. When I started “playing” with trains a few years ago, 15″ curves, frequent derailments, no block wiring, and cheap locos and cars made for a frustrating, but nevertheless fun, experience. My first “layout” was loosely freelanced around Lake Clear, NY. fast-forward to last year. I decided to finally build my first “real” layout. This time, I used block wiring, “perfect” track, and more quality trains. Same thing applies to scenery. Take a look at my Lake Clear Jct. diorama I built back in February: kink of plain, right? Also look at the road and compare it to the road I made a couple of months ago.
Here is my(cringe) Lake Clear “setup” from my earlier days.
Now, look at the scenery February, May, and last month.
Just something to ponder over.NCT
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