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Medium-sized HO-scale corner layout design with single main line passing around a small town with car cinema near the sea coast. The track plan is suitable for passenger and freight traffic as well as for some shunting/switching operations.

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Scale & Size
Scale: HO (1/87)
Size: Medium
Dimen­sions: 214cm x 244cm; 84" x 96"; 7′ x 8′
Area: 5.21m2; 6.23yd2
 
Time & Theme
Epoch/Era: II, III, IV, V / Steam, Transition, Modern
Theme: Fictional
Location: United States
Scene: Suburban/Town, Coastal
 
Tracks & Route
Trackage: Atlas HO C100
Type: Closed Route
Line: Single, with Branch(es)
Min. radius: 457mm; 18"
Turnout angles: 12°
 
Features & Control
Traffic: Passenger, Freight, Shunting/Switching
Turnouts: Electric
Uncoupling: Manual
 


Description

Here is what Michael says about his corner layout project:

" It's HO, and I've done a few things to adapt it to my specific room, including squeezing it down to 8' x 7' and putting a gap in the backdrop to accommodate two windows (which I've also added to the 3D model). The end loops are 18" radius, and the benchwork at that point is 40" wide. Nothing is more than a 27" reach from the edge (assuming I have access to all sides except the two long sides that are against the wall).

The premise of this layout is a fictional historic tourist railway in a small seaside town. This will let me run pretty much whatever I want (mostly small steam locos) and mix eras at will. Operation will be mostly passenger (short Overton passenger cars), with maybe the occasional local freight. I like to collect steam engines, so there's a turntable with enough stalls for 7 medium-length engines (2-6-0, 4-6-0, 2-8-0) and 3 short ones (maybe diesel or tank engines)."


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Project: Layout   
Author: Michael Ramsey   
Designed with: SCARM
Posted on: 13 Aug 2020
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