A tried-and-true layout design was incorporated into our floor space for the 2014 DFW Train Show in Plano. The big difference is this year’s rectangular reverse-loop takes a diagonal turn to the right.
The 2014 Wills Point layout has a larger rectangular foot print compared to prior years. The peninsula takes a turn to the left before making a gradual S-curve into the industrial modules. This design provides more space for operations and viewing.
The annual Holiday Show in Fort Worth in November saw a modified layout from prior years. A long and straight mainline runs through three yard modules before diverging onto the right side long peninsula ending with the industrial loop. On the left side the mainline makes another right turn before curving left into the 7-module rectangular loop.
The annual Oklahoma City Train Show draws wide participation from Oklahoma and Texas modular railroad clubs of all scales. N scale clubs, both large and small, come together with one large, integrated layout. Tex-N’s modules are illustrated in blue on the right loop. Other clubs participating include Fort Bend, AustNTrack, Oklahoma N Rail, Northeast Oklahoma N Scalers (NEONS), and Tulsa N-Trak.