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Richard:

--- Quote from: Serenity on December 13, 2005, 03:01:19 ---Has anyone tried to do a suspended track?  I'd really like to get into Playmo trains, but I don't have a lot of floor space, and I don't want to put them in the yard (I'd hate to see what the weather did to them!).  We saw a G-scale train suspended in the Durango-Silverton train station, and as far as I'm concerned, that could stay up all year in my house ... but I have no idea how to do it.

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Hello. Mal ...

Here's a couple of places to get you started ...

http://pages.areaguides.com/ubuild/ModelTrainIdeas.htm

http://www.highrails.com/gallery.htm

There's many more out there ...

All the best,
Richard

Serenity:
Thanks again, Richard!  You're the BEST!  :-*  8-)

Hmmmmmm ... no time for this Christmas, but I bet I'd get the "Best Wife in the World" award, if I did that for next Christmas.  I might have to contact our contractor to knock a hole or two in the walls  8}  ;D

Serenity:
Wow, those links lead me to this site:  http://gardentexture.com/

Oh My!  :-*

Richard:

--- Quote from: Serenity on December 13, 2005, 03:59:17 ---Wow, those links lead me to this site:  http://gardentexture.com/

Oh My!  :-*


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Did you watch the QuickTime movie at that site?

Serenity:
I missed it, and I'm not seeing it off the bat now ... which section is it in?

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