Montarlet

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ledahu
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Montarlet

Post by ledahu »

Hello ,
Im pierre-jean, and a proud newbie in Tgauge !

here is my first layout , based on the "Beachcomber Train Set " + some track

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Now i must understand how to clean and keep it running in all case .

All comments are welcome (to let me learn faster !)

To be continued :)
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kajovog
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Fun idea, and yes cleaning will be important in this case :D

ledahu
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some 3d printed new element
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ledahu
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Hello

yes, some painting are waiting ...


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Post by mattd10 »

This is a great fun layout! Do you have any issues with the state of the track around the plants and moisture? The trains certainly seem to be running well.

ledahu
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:)

The real problem is the plant growing too fast and must be cut before running the train after 2 days. This is the reason why i build some 3d printed tunnels or bridge : escape the plants.
My kids say: "there is a tree on the track !" :)

No moisture problem: the layout is quite dry.

But i need frequently clean the wheels.
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next step gonna be arduino: speed variation, sound, light and automation.
And painting...

A long way , but a cool way :)

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