I've posted this on another forum and have some leanings but could always use some fresh advice: Gentlemen, I need some advice: 1) How does one go about selling a 4'x8' layout? 2) Is it feasible; is there a market? 3) What venue do you sell it on (eBay, Craig's List, Classifieds...)? 4) When to sell (before Christmas)? 5) Realistic price? Background: Here's my situation: Had to move due to wife's medical condition so I lost my old home (and basement) and had to cut up my old 18'x19' layout (see: http://myrrlayout.com/R/Aspfiles/Det..._Code=20001280 or Nov/Dec 2011 N Scale Magazine) After 30 years of armchair railroading (and raising 4 great kids) I got back into the hobby by building a 4x8 layout (see: Sept/Oct 2012 N Scale Magazine). It survived my move to a 55 and older community. Instead of a 22x32 basement I now have a 17x12 loft which doubles as the computer room (built in wall desk). The 4x8 made it to the loft as I began my next project, 3 years ago, the 1950s Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines in Westville & Woodbury (http://rickb773-prsl.blogspot.com/ ). I have 3 sort of completed modules in the loft and 2 more in the garage ready to move to the loft. BUT I have no room for them until the 4x8 is removed. I have an attachment to the 4x8 and would like to find it a good home. It can run 2 trains unattended or do some serious switching. Having been out of work for 20+ months I would like to get something for it. The dilemma is how do you sell something that size (and move it)? I am thinking eBay. I plan to remove the autos and many of the buildings (leaving the station, mine, freight warehouse (with diesel horn), small tower, and Pennsy position signal and possibly throwing in some DPM kits. Do I offer that on eBay starting at $299 of do I throw in a transformer and small train and ask $399? Or ... Your serious advice would be appreciated.