Mymodeltrain

by Wing
(Nashville, TN, USA)

This is my newly built rail in the backyard. Initially, I have zero knowledge about model trains. I built this rail in 1 month after calling dealers asking for questions as well as learning from mylargescale forums.
This rail is very small, the diameter is slightly smaller than 4 feet, thus, I used only small locomotives. All the plants are real.

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