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    N Scale Passenger Trains especially Japanese Prototypes. Outdoor hobby is cycling and hiking.

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  1. Applying Decals to a Kato E231 - Any tips?

    Wow, thanks for documenting the process of applying decals. Thank you to the Mrs. for taking pictures as you are applying decals with surgical precision. :)
  2. My Temporary Setups - Mostly Trains!

    Here's a typical American Train - more power more better. It's a little overkill I know but they look so darn good together, I plan to get more cars as they are released. :)
  3. What did you do on your layout today?

    I love your yard Paul. Looks empty, need more trains. 😀
  4. More PA1 and PB1's - I'm going a little cuckoo over these Alco's.
  5. Tomix 2225 DF200-0, like new. $45 plus shipping to all 7 continents. http://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10258497 -Junior
  6. Crockett NTrak Meet-up

    Monthly Meet up at the Crockett N-Trak club. Bring trains to run or just come and hang out and watch trains on the layout and outside. Date: February 24, 2018 Time: 10 am - 12 pm Location: Bay Area NTrak Club - Old SP Depot 900 Loring Ave., Crockett CA http://bayarean-trak.org/home_main.html
  7. What did you do on your layout today?

    There goes Paul making me feel like a darn slacker again. 😀 All I can manage at most are 2 basic oval loops and he has 10 including the trams and has 3 levels. This is where I send my surplus trains to run and I think they’re much happier. Good stuff Paul!
  8. What did you order or the post deliver?

    For me, it’s so I know what I have and not buy duplicates.
  9. "Official" Tomix store?

    Ah, you’re a good friend Ewan. Enjoy your trip! 😀
  10. Suburban Tokyo Themed Layout

    I used to save my allowance and would go buy an Athearn freight car kit about once a week. Yes, the good ol' days. :)
  11. Touch Rail? Taiwan N Scale?

    Hey Yavianice, Sorry I never got back to you, glad you found the answer. Those are pretty high prices for those TRA trains - I got mine through another forum member when he went to Taiwan and paid $250. -Junior
  12. What did you do on your layout today?

    Holy wow, that is very cool! How long did it take you guys to put it all together. Did you supply all the trains Suica?
  13. T-Trak - 'Rural Platform' Module

    Hi Jason, was looking through the T-Trak threads and found this one. Would love to see the final product. It looks great and it's something I'm trying to do as well with the rural station and platform. -Junior
  14. My Temporary Setups - Mostly Trains!

    I'm going to start with 4 modules to do just a simple oval and will add to it as I go along. This should keep me busy for a while and hope to develop some modeling and scenery making skills as I go along. And maybe this can be the beginning of a layout. The garage does need some rearranging. :)
  15. My Temporary Setups - Mostly Trains!

    Shipping was $13.95. The module is super light. I was surprised how cheap the shipping was, big box but light.