I am new to model railroading. I plan to build two layouts; a small 8'X4' HO scale
and a larger (around the wall) 9'X12' N scale. I will update this site as I build my layouts.
To build my Ho layout I bought; 1/2" plywood, 2x2's, 1x3's, nails and screws for the benchwork.
Also, Celfort insulation foam and Liquid Nails.

Living in a small town pretty much '
out in the sticks' with no hobby shop and knowing
nothing about model railroading I got
a little carried away on Ebay.

I purchased Bachmann EZ-track, steel track and regular nickle-silver.
Then I bought some brass track and some nickle-silver Atlas track.
Then I purchased crossovers and turnouts; all of it in both HO and N scales.

After amassing all of that track I went back to Ebay and started buying train cars.
First I purchased HO locomotives; a Proto 2000 GP7, 3 UP's, a CN and a CP.
Then, a dozen HO freight cars.
Now I was curious about N scale, so I again went back to Ebay.
This time I purchased a Bachmann Spectrum,
13 Life-Like locomotives and
four dozen freight cars, all in N scale.
My father drove a speeder similar to this as a cable splicer/lineman in the 50's, 60's and 70's in Western Newfoundland.
Newfoundland Railway
WELCOME! I am William Moores, originally from Deer Lake, Newfoundland.
After I retired, my wife and I moved to
Elliot Lake, Ontario.
I am partitioning off a 9' X 12' room in our basement for model railroading.
Northern Freight Lines
Locomotives
Rolling Stock
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