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Sad to see the old track go, but I look forward to see what you create next. Just don't forget to vaccuum the sub-track safety surface first! There may still be some drivers embedded in there.
Over the years, I have seen many people build train layouts, get them "done"and in a year or less are ripping out sections to re-doPart is because we get better skills over time, but, IHMO, it's because building is as much fun as anything.Do you have a theme settled on? Look forward to watching your stuff again, and hopefully sending in a car or twokeep up the great work!dr
Sad to see the Tricky Triangle come down. So many great memories...
The long fat track finish straight is my only recommendation to have in the new layout in some form. That makes for some crazy exciting overtake finishes!
I'm looking forward to many more years of fantastic slightly above mediocre diecast racing! You rock IDR!
Not a ton of progress today, mostly moved and consolidated materials and conducted a much overdue vacuuming!
A lot of you indicated you wanted the long straights and triangle to remain.......there will definitely be some long straights, but the triangle will be more of a trapezoid!
Minor progress..... covering the crawl space opening
Jim! We're in the same boat sir so hit me up if ya need to vent...this stuff can get stressful, LOL. Good luck with it! Gonna be a blast! Great to see the progress coming along here.
I finally got some substantial work done on the track infrastructure in the last week!
I am a total amateur when it comes to building things out of wood, so this has all been learning on the fly. Also, my grandiose ideas for a track definitely don't help get it built any faster!
I CAN'T WAIT TO SEE THE TRACK IN MOTION, MY FRIEND! It's lookin' long and tricky. ;) Nice job!