The Town of Pine Valley

by Brian Anderson
(Pennsylvania)

Pine Valley

Pine Valley

Well this layout is 38 inches wide by 10 feet long consisting of O Gauge track and KLine buildings, with some RailKing products as well.


I built this for my 3 year old son. We have played with it everyday for the last 2 years now.
It's so much fun.

We have a RailKing GP-9 Diesel Engine, A RailKing Rugged Rails 2-8-0 Steam Engine, and a Lionel 464 Steam Engine.

We are going to keep adding buildings and such to this layout until we run out of room.


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Jun 02, 2011
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Nice!
by: Anonymous

You could always knock out a wall for some more space! Who needs a living room anyway...

Feb 20, 2010
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by: Anonymous

Thank You Greg it sure is a lot of fun!

Feb 15, 2010
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That's What It's All About!
by: Greg Warth

Thanks Brian for your picture and story about your Pine Valley layout! It's great that you and your son have had so much fun with it. Keep up the good work! -

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