Recent pictures of my layout.

March 2012

Panoramic views of the layout

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Two views that show most of the layout.

The right upper level. The Piano car and Dance car are in the foreground.

The BR 220 diesel pulling a passenger consist.

The Roco Vierteiliger S-Bahn Triebzug BR 423 on the curve in the center of the upper level.

The BR 423 and a panorama car at the curve on the upper level.

The upper level - the far wall.

The bridge on the right upper level. Le Capitole is on the main level in the station.

The Piano car with the factory area behind it on the main level.

The BR 220 with a passenger consist on the upper level. The upper level bridge is seen in the foreground and the factory area is below on the main level.

The village and the station on the main level beneath the upper level curve.

The factory on the main level.

The Central Station and other controls. A veiw toward the far wall.

A view of the church and the city section on the main level.

A view of the rathaus and the city section on the main level.

The BR 218 pulling a passenger consist rounds the curve on the left upper level. Below on the main level is the city section.

The bridges on the left upper level with the city below on the main level.

The Wurttemberg Class 18.1 (S 3/6) rounding a curve on the upper level. The track in the foreground is the beginning of the ramp that connects the upper level with the main level.

A view across toward the three levels on the right side of the layout.

A view of the three levels on the right side. Also seen on the floor are two MTH O gauge trains. They operate on a dog bone loop on both ends with a single siding. The grandchildren love to operate the "big" trains. They are digital and have great sounds including individual station announcements for the #1 IRT subway cars that are on the outer track.

The space between the right and left sides of the layout. Note the two MTH Baldwin diesel loks. These diesels produce realistic smoke and have great sounds.

The Central Station and two Mobile Stations are used to run the layout. The led lights that illuminate the main and lower levels are contolled with the remote that you see on the main level.

The three levels on the right side.

The city section on the left main level.

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