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16.12.2013
Hi allI have sort of committed myself to a small N scale project for my son after a friend of mine gave him some N scale equipment. If you use Flex track most any kind of matching (turnouts same brand as flex track) turnouts would work.
Well it sounds like your son can handle the Nscale stuff and has already decided he likes it. Bruce,For a starter layout and for more of your 8 year olds involvement in the building yet a high degree of after build satidfaction you might consider trying to adapt the layout to Kato Unitrack. Jon he needs to beware of the Atlas code 55 as most older and all MT stuff won't run on it unless you convert to low profile wheels (which is a major pain on locos).
I have read that micro-trains wheel sets are easy to sand down by removing them from the train car and pushing them at an angle across fine sandpaper. Well I am just enthusiastic about N scale and like to encourage people towards reasonable prototype realism.
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Made in the wake of the 1959 Notting Hill riots in London, Flame in the Streets is an early examination of tense racial prejudices within a working-class family when their daughter falls in love with a Jamaican. Jacko Palmer (John Mills), is a liberal-minded trade unionist, he fights racial discrimination in a London furniture factory and averts a threatened strike over the appointment of West Indian Gomez (Earl Cameron) to shop steward, but has to face up to his own deeper prejudices when his daughter (Sylvia Syms) falls in love with a Jamaican teacher. I have decided on this plan as it has everything he wants - bridges, tunnel, water etc:Now the issue I have is that this plan was developed back in the 60's to use Atlas Snap Track style turnouts and I have no idea if the same sort of thing is available today. The track was originally designed for HO scale and had a table underneath indicating the square sizes in various scales. She moves in with a gay colleague, has an ill-advised one night stand with a vanishing black sailor, and ends up in the family way. More complications ensue for black sailor Johnny who finds love and heartache in London docklands. If I use modern standard turnouts then the plan won't actually fit.As for handlaying N scale turnouts - what is the size of PC board to use.
However most steam locos in N scale won't perform well (if at all) on #4 switches so plan on a all diesel stable. Like Jon mentioned depending on the age of your son you might be better going with a larger scale.
I might use the TT setting which was between N & HO although I didn't want to go too big in the layout as he has limited room in his bedroom.


A simple DCC system would also make the layout more fun for someone just starting as the firest thing he will want to do is to run about 8 locos at the same time. I may look into something else that I can fit into 2x4 or smaller that has operational capability.
My boy is 8 years old in May and fully understands what trains are about and how delicate they are. The little monster is almost better then I am at parking boxcars infront of coke ovens on my HO layout using DCC. He does not want a "boring round-de-round" (his words) but wants to be able to deliver cars to various industries. When I brought home the N scale stuff he was so wrapped and was very proud of the fact that he could get them on the rails when Dad couldn't.



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