Show your N trak modules!

Beaumont Yard May 13, 2012

  1. Beaumont Yard

    Beaumont Yard TrainBoard Member

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    One of my favorite aspects of going to train shows is looking at N trak modules and see what kinds of ideas people come up with. We can do the same thing online. Please post pictures or track plans of the N trak modules you've created.
     
  2. Keith

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    A former set of modules. 3x12 feet.
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    Recently sold, so no longer in my possession. Decided to sell, since I could not make
    the GTE show in Denver at least once a year. And with health problems, maybe not a bad idea.
    Had fun with them though. Switching cars while other stuff ran around. Or pulling onto the
    main, between trains, to complete a switching move.
     
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  4. BoxcabE50

    BoxcabE50 HOn30 & N Scales Staff Member TrainBoard Supporter

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    Rats. I don't have any good photos of mine. Only have one left and it is stripped bare at present.
     
  5. r_i_straw

    r_i_straw Mostly N Scale Staff Member

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    The latest modules I have been working on depict Rosenberg, Texas in 1951.
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  6. upguy

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    These two cement plant modules are the closest thing to N-Trak compatible that I have. The track configuration is correct, but I have never wired them to N-Trak standards since I use DCC. The second picture shows some modules with 3 tracks that could also be used as N-Track modules (except for the one where the outer track swings to the middle and the middle track to the inside). The third picture shows a more recent shot with the background on the corner module more finished.
     

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  7. x600

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    Here's the only shot I have of my three modules together. 4ft Roaring Brook Corner, 4ft Wimmers Station, 2ft GO Tower.
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  8. Beaumont Yard

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    Very nice pictures. Please keep them coming!
     
  9. r_i_straw

    r_i_straw Mostly N Scale Staff Member

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  11. CHOOCHOOGUY

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    my 2-four foot modules from the Orange County N'gineers(california)
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  12. BoxcabE50

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    Looks like a large passenger station? (I'm a depot fan. :happy:) By chance do you have a view of it?
     
  13. Carl Sowell

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    Here are three images of my "Ewing Oil" refinery. It was three 4' modules. No longer exists.......

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  14. Carl Sowell

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    While I'm on a roll, here is a 3'x6' transition module. It has the usual 3 lines plus the alternate blue line with transitions in either direction. Part of the scene is "Ewing Pipeline Company" field and pump stations. This module still exists .......
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  15. Carl Sowell

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    I also made a winter Christmas scene. The stars and colored lights on the buildings are all fiber optics of various sizes. There is 1,100 feet of fibers in the module. I am especially pleased and proud of this module, it won "First Place" award at the Oklahoma City show in 2002. It still exists.......

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  16. CHOOCHOOGUY

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    station photos
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