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Joe's Home Layout Here are a few shots of Joe's home layout.

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T-Trak Module in the rough

Here are two T-Trak modules that Josh made for my son and I to landscape. These are 3 feet long.

Below is the progress Jakob has made.

T-Trak Module in the rough

Here are the same two modules with one flipped over to show the wiring.

Below is the progress wev'e made.

 

Jakob works on his ModuleJakob works on his Module

Rachel works on our ModuleRachel works on our Module
Jakob and his ModuleJakob's Module in the working Me working on our ModuleOur Module
Almost finished  

In addition, this group provides a basic encouragement to build model modules.  The main promotion of the KSONS is their N-Trak modular layout.  The basic module is 2 feet by 4 feet, and can be as large or as small as you want.  Many people may not have room to build a 2x4 module or may be intimidated by such a large space.  T-Trak enables you to learn the process where you can start small and grow large. 

The modules made for T-Trak are done by individual members.  The length can be as large as they want, but the maximum width is 14 3/4 “.  We use the alternate corners which are 14 ¾ x 14 ¾ inches.  For the descriptions of the basic modules and track width, check out the official T-Trak website at http://www.t-trak.org We use the alternate spacing between the tracks on the straight and corner modules so we can run six axle locomotives and longer cars.

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