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  KK&L

Neal Anderson

HO

This is a large layout on several levels. It has 850 ft of dual mainline. The layout is in a basement. It is connecting two different railroads making it a Point to Point railroad. The layout is totally freelanced. Details in the website.

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Gil Brauch

N

This is a 6'x14' modular layout with a 12'x12' extension based around an interchange between a mining railroad and the Southern/N&W/NS. Details on the website.

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NYC, Cleveland Div, Piney Fork Branch

Seth Gartner

HO

This layout occupies approximately 420 square feet of large basement built on three levels. The single track stretches about 260 between Minerva and Dillonvale, OH. Details in the PDFs.

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Town & Country Traction Company

Fred Miller

HO

This is a six module, diorama style traction layout. Four modules are currently on permanent display at the NC Transportation Museum. Details on the website.

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CR & E Marcus Neubacher N The Charleston, Roanoke, and Eastern Railway, a fictional rail route between Charleston, WV, and Danville, VA, that is operated in theory by Norfolk Southern. The CR&E is a coal hauling bridge route connecting the midwest and the southeast. Design and operation of the railroad has drawn influences from actual railroads such as the Clinchfield, the Southern Railway, and the Norfolk & Western. Details in the links. Website

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  P&W

Jack Parker

HO

This is a large freelance layout, which closely follows the Clinchfield Railroad from terminus towns of Huntington, West Virginia to Charlotte, North Carolina. The layout is housed to two (2) railroad interconnected facilities, a building and a trailer. Details in the links.

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  Denver, Boulder, & Western

David Ward

HO

Denver, Boulder & Western Railway is a modern HO Scale layout running along the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. Both BNSF and Union Pacific use this joint line pulling heavy coal, sulfur and ore trains between Denver and Pueblo, Colorado. Details in the PDF.

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