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5 More Test Writing

Here's some more writing on this new "Contempo" theme.

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Original 2013 Fenton Text (from page 2)

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Bldg_your_GRR - June 04, 2013
Method one
1. Get a general idea of what you would like to do. A.A rough sketch or just well thought out.
2. Check the elevations in your yard. A.Use the liquid level gauge method. B.Use Level and yard sticks C.Use transit
3. Lay out your plan on paper to scale and check your grades. A.Use largest radius possible.  Try for at least a 4' radius (LGB 1600 curve). A larger radius (possibly 10' or larger) will be required for many live steam locos and some of the larger loco's and rolling stock (check before you build or buy). All LGB standard production equipment will work on 2'radius. B.Make sure all track is accessible for cleaning and maintenance. C.Tunnels: you must have access to remove derailed cars. D.I do not recommend putting track under…