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Adding Details to a Flat Model Train Layout

Adding Details to a Flat Model Train Layout

Certain model railroad scenes are bound to be flat and empty; not all portions of a railroad can have the bustling downtown or the narrow pass with the severe drop off. But just because a model train layout doesn’t have any towering mountains or expansive bridges doesn’t mean it has…
Touring the Model Railway of Kebler Pass

Touring the Model Railway of Kebler Pass

Next in our overview of the model railway scene we have created for the Ohio Creek Extension (OCE) of C&S Railway, we stop off in Kebler Pass to take a closer look at one of the railway’s hubs of operation. Similar to some of the other portions of the OCE,…
Tips for Building a Model Railroad: Minimizing Spaces

Tips for Building a Model Railroad: Minimizing Spaces

Oftentimes when building a model railroad, it can be difficult to avoid flat, empty areas in your scene. Maybe the landscape upon which you’ve designed your layout is made up mostly of cornfields, or perhaps your train’s tracks pass through an industrial town without much other than a few buildings.