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(06-22-2019, 08:34 PM)Lester Perry Wrote: I know I am not here much any more. But I have a problem and don't know where to get advice. We are contemplating moving which means disassembling a 500 +- square foot layout with about 300 cars and around 75 locomotives. I no longer have most of the boxes the rolling stock or locomotives came in. What is a good, safe, economical way  to move this much rail road. I am not saving any sections of the layout, as this is not feasible. I will be salvaging track & buildings for new layout. here are a few pics of what my problem is. I am sick about this, I started this layout in 1996 the thought of this large undertaking is overwhelming.



HELP!!!

I use bubble wrap and banker boxes.   Icon_cool

Best of luck with your move!
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(01-25-2021, 03:02 PM)Mountain Man Wrote:
(06-22-2019, 08:34 PM)Lester Perry Wrote: I know I am not here much any more. But I have a problem and don't know where to get advice. We are contemplating moving which means disassembling a 500 +- square foot layout with about 300 cars and around 75 locomotives. I no longer have most of the boxes the rolling stock or locomotives came in. What is a good, safe, economical way  to move this much rail road. I am not saving any sections of the layout, as this is not feasible. I will be salvaging track & buildings for new layout. here are a few pics of what my problem is. I am sick about this, I started this layout in 1996 the thought of this large undertaking is overwhelming.



HELP!!!

I use bubble wrap and banker boxes.   Icon_cool

Best of luck with your move!

I have a large roll of foam that has been in the way for years. I have started using that and plastic storage boxes
Les
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