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N-Scale Layout


N-Scale (1:160)

Steel Mill
Steel Mill


N-scale perspective


Gold Medal Flour


Detailed and weathered after an old station in Marion, Ohio.

Scenery work continues on the N-Scale Layout. Work also progresses to complete ballasting of the mainline

The N-scale layout features a double-track mainline with a branch leading to a staging yard to the north and another branch line leading to a Steel Mill. Many of the structures on the N-Scale layout were scratch built.

Some road names to look for on the N-scale layout are Conrail, Norfolk Southern, Norfolk & Western, Southern, CSX, MoPac, SooPac, Durham & Southern and more. You are likely to see almost anything. You might even see some Canadien motive power, aye.


Gary Berkey watches as the Reading makes a run. Gee, it looks like Land of the Giants! Though Gary collects both HO and N scale models, he definitely prefers N-Scale. He is often heard chanting HO, HO, HO, - NO-NO-NO!

Here's a shot of Gary Berky working the industries off the main line. He's been working on the N&W since he graduated from Goshen High School in the early 70's. The N-scale pike is currently under some major renovation by our N-scalers, Jay Freet, Gary Berkey and Ron Breniser.


 

 

 
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