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- Joined: Fri Aug 08, 2014 12:45 am
- Location: Omaha NE USA
- Interests: gn15, railroad modelling, wood carving
Hello I'm Larry Brown, a newcomer to the hobby. A friend of mine here in Omaha, Nebraska USA got me interested about a month ago. Since than I've watched the forum especially a author "KEG". I've already started a layout called "Mountain of Horrors". This is a layout which includes Frankenstein's Lab & Castle and many creatures. It's a two level display with a train on each level. Trains or critters as I seen it put are being designed as we speak. Sound is included with lightning and thunder within the display. I will post pictures when I learn how that is done. My friend said he will help me with this. Hope to converse with you.
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- Joined: Mon Oct 29, 2007 3:55 pm
- Location: Woodstock, Oxfordshire
- Interests: 7mm & 16mm NG, Gn15
Hi Larry - welcome to the Gnuthouse
You'll find lots of people here who are happy to help if you have queries, and we love to see photos of your work. There is a guide on how to post photos here http://forum.gn15.info/viewtopic.php?t=3089
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- Joined: Mon Oct 11, 2004 1:06 am
- Location: Wellington New Zealand
- Interests: Railways, of course. Cricket , Footy and Holden cars!
Howdy, or as we say in these parts, Gidday
Been to Omaha a few times now.... always night time there, when I arrive or leave by train. I've got kin just up the river at Sioux City.
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- Joined: Mon Feb 06, 2006 11:42 am
- Location: Duesseldorf
- Interests: creative Nonsense
Welcome. Looking forward to the "Mountain of Horror" Mainly to the choice of figures.
Van Leipnik´s page might be a motivation: http://www.narrowgaugechaos.com/VLIT/VLIT.html
And of course, all the films from Ed Wood and the British Hammer Film Productions.
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