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    Default Wrightsville Port: N-Scale Waterfront Layout

    Well, this is not a new layout I started to build - I started with this back in Nov 2010, but since i am relatively new here in this forum, I thought I would start a new thread! The progress is not as fast as I like to be, but I am just keeping a comfortable timeline target anyway. That does frustrate me sometime, well to be honest, most of the time, but hey - you've just got 24 hours in a day, after a point of time, you have nothing much to do than just accepting it!

    This is a freelance layout, design primarily based on Ian Rice's Coal Port, MD layout in HO. I have changed the original plan to a great extent, the details you can find in my blog.

    I cannot really start from the very beginning, so if you need to know the whole story, you need to browse through my blog or for a quick tour, my facebook page.

    I would start giving up0dates in this thread going forward... till then -Happy Modeling.

    P.S. for some photos: visit my facebook album
    Kaustav and Mouli

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