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awesome cab ride n scale model railway
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Wow, that is awesome. I don't think I have ever watched an 'N' Scale cab view video before...it is quite the difference in perspective. Looks like the layout is quite the work in progress. Love that wall mural art and the buildings. Wonder why the Shell Storage tank is leaning so much unless its just sitting there waiting for its final spot to be ready as this surely wouldn't be like that in real life. Also I am not sure I have seen a layout built so high. If you take into account the mans head it could be 5 foot high. Although thinking about our own layout and having the 'top down' perspective, an eye level view is very interesting. Off to watch Part 2, thanks Bollard.
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glad you like it super, it is outstanding isn't it especially as it is n scale, i don't think i've seen better and the sounds are good as well as i recall.
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Very interesting, goes to show the variety you can get into an N scale layout due to the amount of track/scenery you can fit into a given space Smile

I think the guy needs to work on the quality of the track though, some of those jerks make it look like the train is on the verge of getting derailed lol!!
Happily collecting things all my life... Big Grin
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