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Because of non-railroad abuse of the site, new members MUST use their first names (at least) to join NO EXCEPTIONS! Please feel free to comment or make suggestions - all comments will be gratefully received. Spray lightly onto a cork sanding block and spread onto the tracks, leave overnight then wipe with a NEW CLEAN sanding block. I've been using the large cleaning pads by LGB meant for G scale although I have used 'Iso Col rubbing alcohol in a CMX track cleaner and will soon try neat acetone which I bought from a chemist.
I started out with no real idea of what was going to be required to build a layout in the garden, but here are the things I considered.
First and foremost, the layout was to be HO scale, operating with DCC, and all locos to have sound. My property has a fall of over 6' from side to side and a fall of around 20' from front to rear. Next consideration was how to store trains after each session, and the obvious answer was in my garage, where they would be out of the weather. I dona€™t need this garden layout to be much more than a couple of loops for continuous running. So, the basic idea came down to a couple of loops, with several crossovers for convenience, with both loops going through the garage with switches to the storage tracks.
Obviously, most of the track would be laid on a structure above the ground, but I had 2 options for the portion below ground level. The final design was basically two loops, with around 60% of the loops running side by side and representing a dual mainline.
And lastly, the layout would represent the South Australian Railways that I remember from my childhood years and into my early teens.


Next up was the 930 class, introduced late 50's with another US based body, but this time with ALCO V12 251 motors driving the electrics.
This loco is fitted with a loksound V4 decoder, and sounds almost as good asI remember the originals. The other day I bought two 'Trix' loco cleaning brass wheel brushes which can be used with either DC or DCC. If you take a look at my profile you'll see what I do for a living and only once or twice in the last ten years have I become upset and then due to an assault. Whichever way I looked at things the slope was way too large for a layout at ground level, so I was looking at a plank type layout. Height of storage tracks was set at 5a€™ which meant that the track at the opposite end of the property would be around 18a€? below the natural ground level. I have been reading about different oils (transmission fluid for example) being wiped onto the track, to improve electrical contact, but my opinion is that the oil will attract dust and dirt, thus adding to my problems. I also have a Bachrus wheel doctor for cleaning coach and wagon wheels and have found that neat acetone seems to work the best. In fact it's my mistake for not taking into account those with battery radio control garden railways. I already had an N scale layout but my 60 year old eyes were struggling with the small size, and my fingers were beginning to feel like bananas when I handled anything, so a step up in size was necessary.
The length of the tunnel would mean great difficulties if I had a derailment or cars became uncoupled inside. It makes a 180 degree turn (ita€™s a 5a€™ diameter a€“ the tightest turn I have) travelling through the cutting before heading back to meet the inner loop again. I hadn't seen your pics you posted here on the Selby site so I didn't make the connection at first.


940 onwards) had an extra cab squeezed into the opposite end for running in either orientation. It needs a better speaker set up, but all in all, is pretty good looking and an exceptional runner. I wanted broad curves, and long trains, so outside was the only place I was going to get them.
Also, nasties like lizards, mice or spiders like the dark of a tunnel so I discarded this option. Crossovers at several points mean I can run trains over any track, or set up for a continuous run twice as long as usual. Often they were old 4 wheel wagons, but this era ushered in larger bogie style freight cars, container trains (initially loaded into 50a€™ gondolas and later 60a€™ flatcars) No SAR layout would be complete without a€?The Overlanda€? an interstate express train running between Adelaide and Melbourne in Victoria. These are 7-10$ cranks 80$ pretty firm 90$ TYD please call or text 682-478-6978 will be in Tyler Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday then DFW rest of week for TxTT on Ray Roberts. The second option was to create a large cutting for this portion of track, which has turned out to be quite a lot harder to construct than I first thought. The inner loop is around 100a€™ long, the outer loop (when completed) will be around 150a€™ long. I considered the usual outdoor sizes but decided anything larger than HO would tend to compromise the look I was after.
I will also run long rakes of twin hopper coal wagons, to represent trains that could be seen in the northern part of South Australia.



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