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    Default December 2 only John Armstrong Track Planning for Realistic Operation

    As this is one of the best essential references for track planning, I felt this would be of particular interest for those who do not have a copy in their toolbox. Kalmbach Publishing have this on sale for 1 day only at 1/2 price (Saturday Dec 2).

    https://kalmbachhobbystore.com/product/book/12148

    I paid full pop for my copy (also third edition) a few years back, and it was worth every penny. It still is as I start on the new layout. But I would have liked it at 50% off even better!
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    Great book! I already own it and paid full price way back (still Third Edition).

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    Ditto that, awesome book!
    ~ Moose (Co-founder of the Mt. Tahoma & Pacific Railroad, located some where in the Pacific Northwest)

    "Beware the Train of Thought that Carries no Freight..."

    Click Here to See Moose's Layout Thread

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    Thanks for the heads up! Just ordered a copy.

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    Best investment I ever made on my layout was getting this book. When I first got it I couldn't put it down, read it cover to cover. Since then I've probably reread most of the chapters a couple of times.

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    I might need a new one.....my old copy is nearly worn out. Gotten lots of use.

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    I bought mine so many years ago, I don't remember exactly when it was. i have always thought John Armstrong was a genius.

    Doug
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    www.irwinsjournal.com/a1g/a1glocos/

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