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RE: Garden railroads

Yeah, what Rich said.... it is all true!

Um Rich, while you are up this way helping me put in my irrigation
system (do you use one in the train layout)... mind also helping DH get
his done?LOL!


> Hi Melody,
> I have a garden railway, and I wish I had someone like me to give me
> advice when I started.
> 1. Find a hobby store near you that handles the gauge (size) of trains
> want to run.  This place should be your greatest friend.
> 2. Ask the hobby store people if there is a garden railway club in
> vicinity.  Hopefully there will be, these folks will be a great asset.
> 3. Go to a book/magazine store and purchase a copy of Garden Railroad
> magazine.  It is a treasure-trove of material.
> 4. Ask questions, listen and record the answers.  I guarantee the
> and
> grief you save will build your railway many times over.
> 5. Let me know how you make out.  If you have questions, I'll help in
> way I can.  Rich in Z-5

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