Fish fist, followed by trains


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I've been building new train platforms for my niece and nephew. (ok and for me)

But the warden says they must be portable (ugh) So the big boy goes around the indoor pond and outside for Halloween but when she's had it I have to make sure I can put them away.

The smaller guy goes on top of the big guy for the smaller HO trains. It has removable legs as well.


Dimensions are 7x10 for the big O gauge guy and 4x8 for the smaller HO track

Still have to wire them but the track is done!











 
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This was on a pond tour I went to a few years back. Maybe the warden wouldn't mind....
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Whoa! This is beautiful. I can just imagine the upkeep though. Besides maintaining a pond, stream and birdbath, keeping the tracks clear of debris and clean must be a big job. Wow, this is really something. Thanks for sharing.
 
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I've been building new train platforms for my niece and nephew. (ok and for me)

But the warden says they must be portable (ugh) So the big boy goes around the indoor pond and outside for Halloween but when she's had it I have to make sure I can put them away.

The smaller guy goes on top of the big guy for the smaller HO trains. It has removable legs as well.


Dimensions are 7x10 for the big O gauge guy and 4x8 for the smaller HO track

Still have to wire them but the track is done!











Great double track, looks fantastic! It is amazing what one can do with keyboard stands. I have a couple of extra myself and they come in so handy.
 
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