Peter Pan Railway in a pizza box (you know you want one!!!)

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Peter Pan Railway in a pizza box (you know you want one!!!)

Postby Joker » Sun Mar 22, 2009 4:37 pm

Each year England's Wealdon Railway Group holds a small-layout competition. In 2007 the object was to build an operating model railway in a 12x12in (30x30cm) pizza box. "Peter Pan" railway (below) – a model of the narrow gauge fairground railways found in England during the 1950s to 1970s. The originals were two-foot gauge, but Andrew built his model as a 15in gauge railway in O9 scale (7mm scale running on 9mm track). The serpentine track plan in the tiny 12in (30cm) square box gave rise to a contest during the exhibition: how long is the track in this layout?


Link to the Small Layout Scrapbook

All that's missing is a fiberglass rabbit and tiger and a totem pole.

Joker
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