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    Kato Track Plans

    I have been trying to see if there is a good illustration showing all the available Kato trackplans. Well, I found it! And, it's on the back of the Kato M1 Master Set I just bought. This is very helpful for me, and I hope it is for you too. This photo is also available in full resolution on my...
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    New database with free layouts and track plans online

    Hello all :) A new website was launched this week, intended to collect and show model train track plans and layouts in all scales and sizes, build with SCARM software. Here is it: SCARM – Model Train Layouts & Track Plans Most of the content in the site is created by SCARM users and...
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    Chosing the right track ...

    I have an O gauge layout. I started it with Lionel Fastrack and have a pretty large investment in switches, etc., but I recently found Gargraves track and really think the Gargraves track is much more realistic looking. I would appreciate some guidance on whether I should invest swtch to...
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    Getting started N scale

    So! Me and my dad are planing on using my old room to build an n scale layout. We have a friend in the local club that we we probably be going to frequently for questions and what not. The space we plan to use is up against the wall of the room in a big L shape the dimensions of what we have to...
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    San Luis Obispo Area Layout Tour - Free

    You are invited to Model Railroads Of Southern California’s twenty-first layout tour, October 7 through 11, on the Central California Coast. This will be a free, self-guided tour of eighteen layouts at twelve sites in San Luis Obispo County plus one site with two layouts in Santa Barbara...
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    Combining Gauges in Layouts

    I want to build a layout that will have both HO and S gauge. I'm thinking of the HO would be on a higher level in the back and the S gauge in the front. With the HO being smaller it will looks like it belongs with it further back. At least that is what people tell me. But not sure where to...
  7. Park Steel w/ huge scratchbuilt flats in background

    Park Steel w/ huge scratchbuilt flats in background

    Bill Nesbitt's HO scale layout features scrathbuilt industrial warehouse and flats, actual photos of the area as a backdrop, real dirt from the location and true industry names and railroad paperwork



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