George’s passion for model railroading pushed him to become the expert modeler he is today. George Sellios has been operating Fine Scale Miniatures since May of 1967. Find out how many Kits George has made for his model railroading layouts and what he does to make sure his kits fit. George talks about how Paul Saulenas, a fellow modeler whom George believes is one of the finest model builders in the country, will take his kit and really do a job with it! Get a chance to see Paul’s very own rendition of George’s Fine Scale Kit 285 and some other remodeled kits he has built as well!
Not every stop along a major railroad is complete with town center, service station and saloon–some components of a railway are just small stopovers en route to the final destination. This is the case for Cooper, a long passing siding that connects the main lines of C&S Railway. In our next segment covering the branch…Watch Now >>
Oftentimes, holes and gaps in a model railroad backdrop are essential in order to have a train end up somewhere else in the scene. These holes in a structure help give it more depth and add to the aesthetic appeal and realistic nature of your model. However, when left exposed they can have the opposite…Watch Now >>
When building a new model railroad scene, you may encounter a situation where your track must travel outside the backdrop. This might be because you want to create the illusion of a tunnel or you need to change levels for some reason. No matter why you want to put in the hole in your railroad…Watch Now >>
Along the Colorado and Southern Railway, you’ll find a variety of landscapes and towns that lead the tracks through miraculous terrain with beautiful sights and sounds. Travelers of C&S Railway will pass through pockets of some of the country’s most incredible terrain, such as the Palisades of the Ohio Creek Extension and the secluded corners…Watch Now >>