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  1. A

    Do you need supplies? or Even a Railroad custom built? WE HAVE IT ALL!

    Hello and thank you for viewing our thread! Here at Affordable Model Railroads we strive to make your railroad dream come true! We do everything from custom builds to even providing you with your own personal backdrop, and best of all we even travel to install your custom railroad for you! We...
  2. PrairieKnight

    Building roadways on HO layout

    Does anyone have suggestions on how and with what to make vehicle roadways on an HO layout. I am looking to make two lane county roads and perhaps a small town street or two. I have read where a two lane HO scale roadway should measure 3.5 inches across. A small town street would be larger if...
  3. Sheep and Shepherd

    Sheep and Shepherd

    Natural sorted tocks used for ballast, ground cover, and rock piles.
  4. Railrunner130

    VERY AFFORDABLE Scenery Supplies-- Website

    They look reasonable to me! I'm looking for birch, as it appears that 1/3- 1/2 the trees in my chosen layout area are birch. Are they available?
  5. B

    Interested in model making and have been experimenting with 3d Printing Scenery

    Hi Everyone, I have not had much experience in the modeling world but I am interested in learning more. I am an mechanical engineer and have access to sophisticated tools such as 3D printers, mills, lathes and the like. My first project was a 3d printed female character for beach scenes...
  6. L

    Where to shop?

    Hi All I'm new to railroading just bought some track and a locomotive today. I do have some idea of what I'd like to build tho, that being an old west mining town, with perhaps a mine and terrain. I've been googling and not seeing much thats old west style in N scale though, are there...
  7. F

    Furnace Filter trees

    Hey guys, I have to make a lot of tree for the layout. . Here is my latest attempt. Hope the video helps others. http://youtu.be/ClCwvzT2VG4 Ty
  8. sh&w_ownr

    Moffat Western Tunnel Portal

    Check out in the products section of this site under scenery for our latest addition to our product line of the Western Portal of the Moffat Tunnel. We modeled it after the cica 1930's portal. It is in both N and HO Scale. You can also check it out at www.shorthillwestern.com
  9. sh&w_ownr

    Making Pine, Spruce and Fir Trees

    Here is a link to my YouTube channel that has a video I put together (broken down into 4 seperate videos because of length) on making Pine, Spruce and Fir trees economically that also look realistic. A method I learned from Jim Finnel when he had Durango Press in Redondo Beach and also Brooks...
  10. T

    Save $ and make our own static flocker

    Hi, I am not sure if this is the correct forum for this. If it isn't, will the moderator please move it to the correct one. (Oops .. this prob should be in "Scenery" .. sorry) I have been "drooling" over the new static flockers, but they want soooo much money for one. I came across a reference...
  11. eTraxx

    Source for scale Coal

    I dropped by my hobby shop today and picked up a bag of Woodland Scenics 'Mine Run Coal'. The bag is described as "9 cu. in. (147.5 cu.cm.)" and cost me $3.99 On the way back home I stopped at Michaels and found a bag of "Coarse Black Sand". This was a 2lb bag and cost me $3.00 Hard to...
  12. Mountains by Fed Ex

    Mountains by Fed Ex

    This mountain was made from a Priority Mail box that was cut into strips, held in place with hot glue and covered with Woodland Scenics plaster cloth. After the cloth set up, plaster rocks were held in place with caulk.
  13. Mountains by Fed Ex

    Mountains by Fed Ex

    This mountain was made from a Priority Mail box that was cut into strips, held in place with hot glue and covered with Woodland Scenics plaster cloth. After the cloth set up, plaster rocks were held in place with caulk.
  14. Mountains by Fed Ex

    Mountains by Fed Ex

    This mountain was made from a Priority Mail box that was cut into strips, held in place with hot glue and covered with Woodland Scenics plaster cloth. After the cloth set up, plaster rocks were held in place with caulk.
  15. Mountains by Fed Ex

    Mountains by Fed Ex

    This mountain was made from a Priority Mail box that was cut into strips, held in place with hot glue and covered with Woodland Scenics plaster cloth. After the cloth set up, plaster rocks were held in place with caulk.
  16. Mountains by Fed Ex

    Mountains by Fed Ex

    This mountain was made from a Priority Mail box that was cut into strips, held in place with hot glue and covered with Woodland Scenics plaster cloth. After the cloth set up, plaster rocks were held in place with caulk.



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