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That looks pretty good. I think your friend would have a lot to contribute from the experience he has gained from building that.

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Excellent stuff, I love it! It's great to see other peoples layouts, especially those that you would never get to see because they are permanent in lofts and rooms.

One Question: How did you make your stone retaining wall? I need to do something like this for mine soon, and I've been looking for different ways of doing it.

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The stone retaining walls on the layout are polystyrene ! Got them at a show , think the company was international models , or something like that . They are about 16 inches long and about 6 inches high each .
 

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Dear Camelotjnc...

I see from your videos that you have both of the Lenz dcc controllers (90/100 ?)... I am looking to buy a decent DCC controller soon, and am confused as to which one to go for. Would you be able to provide any feedback from your past experiences using these two?

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Hi Jonathan,
I have had the lenz system (SET 01) for 4 years now and it has been superb , never had any trouble . I have the different controllers for different reasons . The LH100 controller is great for programming the decoders and setting up the whole system , easy to use and understsnd . The LH90 and LH30 controllers are great for shunting and running trains because you get a feel for the controllers and end up not having to look at them , all you have to do is look where the train is and make sure your not buffer bashing ! Thats all i can say really hope this helps .
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I have no problem with Simon, now Agamemnon would be a problem!!

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