Plarail was originally released in Japan in 1959 and Its first battery powered locomotives were released in 1962 (I believe). To this day the gauge and track system has remained largely unchanged.
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I'll start with mine, Its about 7 meters long and constant double track using the TOMY sky blue railroad track system originating in Japan, It is built on 5 plastic folding trestle tables which are 183cm X 80cm, then on top of the tables is outdoor type fake grass matting sourced from clark rubber to give an effect of grass without being realistic It has a small storage yard in the middle for rollingstock and a Trackmaster Thomas Tidmouth sheds motorized turntable with a yard for locomotive storage. Right up the other end is a small town scene with a large 4 line station, this is joined by 2 long double track girder bridges that cross some fake water, I have quite a large fleet of locomotives and rolling stock and I keep buying more due to the very cheap prices. i find it a good way to run trains on a long layout without any of the huge expense and skill needed to construct an electric layout. I only started collecting this year and built this layout about 3 months ago, I have been making lots of videos of Thomas and friends locomotives and Plarail locomotives and have watched with amazement as my youtube channel has grown as these are very popular trains and not just with kids (my kids included). It is in no way realistic and i'm not trying to make it so, its just a fun layout to run long trains on and to mess about with, and if I ever get bored with it I can pack it away in 1 day and you would never know it was ever there
I have almost 50 locomotives and about 50 pieces of rollingstock. I also have the Mr.Motorman control system which can remote control any locomotive that runs on a single C size battery.
The long twin bridges
Plarail D51 locomotive with headlight
The layout just freshly built no scenery added