Model train display
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Learn expert tips and techniques for laying model railroad track that will last and look great.
Model Railroad Academy saved to Track
5x10 N scale layout - I typically run four trains, a mix of steam and early diesel locomotives. Limited space meant I built up instead of out
How a basement hobby turned into world-building.
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Steven Stratton saved to Model trains
N scale train in my custom built bar. Features waterfalls, lakes, a cottage, canoes, fishing boat, deer and bears. Thanks for watching
Jaidee Beyeler saved to Library Tings
Track for your model railway doesn't have to be expensive. Here are my 7 favourite ways to buy track on a budget.
4' x 8' model train layouts is the most common size across HO scale and N scale. Majority of model railroads are constructed on a 4' x 8' layout. Also, it's not too difficult to construct benchwork for a 4x8 model train layout.
Model road layouts are a great way to add realism to your model railroad. Learn how Gerry Leone makes asphalt and gravel roads for his layout.
Model Railroad Academy saved to Scenery
Having a nice air conditioned, heated, finished train room with adequate lighting has greatly enhanced the pleasure and process of building my model railroad.
Model Trains 101 saved to Model Train Extras
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Aaron Pierce saved to N scale trains