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    Default The Midland & Dorchester - Shelf Switching Layout

    Hey all!

    I started a YouTube channel tracking along with the progress of my newly started shelf layout and would love for you to check it out, give it a watch, thumbs up, and a subscribe! Feel free to share and comment!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pD2Ivx-3jXA
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    Construction looks neat and orderly, and the structures look good. Your planning larger brick and concrete industries?
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    Nice looking kits and plan

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    Impressed and subscribed, I'll be following this build closely, along with several others. I've just started building the shelves for my own around the room shelf layout. Good job on the structures.

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    "Tracking along with progress" - nice. Those structures look excellent, and that is some sturdy looking benchwork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mosslake View Post
    Construction looks neat and orderly, and the structures look good. Your planning larger brick and concrete industries?
    Thanks Russ! I am planning some larger structures for sure. Obviously some of them will be determined by what space I have (which I'm still working out where everything will go) and how it all ends up laying out.
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    Thank you all for the kind words and encouragement! I appreciate you all following along.
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    Wow. I'm more than a little impressed by the video. Nice work! Subscribed.

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    Hey everyone, got some solid work done on the layout this month! Posted a new vid over on the channel. Would be honored if you gave it a view and left a comment or a suggestion.



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    At about minute 4:50, I noticed a turnout rather close to the WS riser. To avoid trouble with that turnout, I would move the riser an additional 4-5 inches farther away from the turnout. I have been dismayed at the trouble caused by a change of grade too close to the turnout.

    I enjoyed your video!
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    Thanks Gordon! I appreciate the suggestion. I'll definitely take a good look at it before anything becomes permanent!
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    Have only found your thread but have to say, what you have done is very impressive indeed, especially your structures which are amazing. Excellent work and look forward to watching the layouts progress.
    Cheers Tony

    "Knowing what to do is one thing ... being able to do it is another"
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    Quote Originally Posted by wombat457 View Post
    Have only found your thread but have to say, what you have done is very impressive indeed, especially your structures which are amazing. Excellent work and look forward to watching the layouts progress.
    Oh wow, thank you Tony! Such kind words. I appreciate you following along, I'm excited to see how it starts to shape up!
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    Hey all, got some more work done on the layout for the month of November. Here's the link to the video update, would be honored if you gave it a watch and a subscribe:



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