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Mountains to seaside on a triple deck model railroad

The HO scale Paquettin Division features a partial mushroom design and two busy ports in a 16'-6" square space
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Mike Tricker
Ever since receiving my first Hornby train set as a child in 1954, my modeling interests were focused on the railways of my home country, Great Britain. About 10 years ago that all changed when I walked into my local hobby shop and saw a pair of Proto 2000 E6 diesel-electric locomotives in Baltimore & Ohio livery. Impressed by the models, I purchased both the A and B units. Hooked on American railroads, I sold my British locomotives and rolling stock. I began planning my dream North American layout – the HO scale Baltimore & Ohio Paquettin Division.

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