We had our AsiaNrail layout setup from Wednesday, April 12th to Sunday, April 16th as part of the Trains and Planes exhibit at the Hiller Aviation Museum in San Carlos, CA. With an overall size of 20ft x 10ft, this was one of the largest layouts we have done. The layout consisted of an oval loop and a pair of long branch lines that connected to each other and to the loop through Paul's 4 way juncton module. This was the first time I have had all my modules in the same layout at one time.
I got to run my new Micro-Ace JR Kyushu 185 Yufu train that I had purchased last month while in Tokyo. There are 4 cars to this set but we mostly ran it on the branches so we ran it in a 3 car formation. It is shown here on Paul's Shifen Taiwan module set which was at the end of one of the branches.
The opposite of end of the long double branch line was my Hot Springs module. Shown here with my JR113 in Nagano colors and Hakone Tozan Railway trains sitting at the station. I had built a new set of adjustable height legs for this module so it could be set up at the 51 inch AsiaNrail height. The legs can also be set for Ntrak height for use in an Ntrak layout. Another modification made to use it in this layout was to replace the sky board with a profile board so it could be viewed from both sides.
Several other modules made up this branch line and one of them was my 45 degree curved shoreline module, shown here as Paul's Hisatsu Orange Railway Type HSOR-100 passing through.
My 45 degree Highway Overpass module made it's second outing with this layout. Shown here with Paul's Sanriku Railway Train crossing the bridge.
It was great to have a layout at a show again after 3-1/2 years of not having any opportunities to do so. This show also had a few other layouts in several scales. This museum has this event during Easter week along with several other events so it was quite well attended. It was just Paul and myself running the layout this time so we were on our feet most of the time. I was mostly running the branch line which is why I have more photos of that part of the layout.