Bill Brigg’s Musselshell and Yogo Peak railroad layout is a stunning example of what can be done with unique backgrounds and scenery. Jump on the Musselshell and Yogo Peak model train and take a tour of this fantastic layout. As the train moves through its circuit, watch as the backdrop changes from sunsets, to rain and lightning. Pass by farmland, towns, and even Bill’s living space, over bridges under passes, and past cows, pedestrians, cars and more. To experience a great inside look at an incredible layout, take a tour of Bill Brigg’s Musselshell and Yogo Peak Railroad Layout today.
Forced perspective can be one of the most useful tools the model railroader has at his disposal. You can add a great amount of depth to your scene and create impressive illusions with proper angles and well placed model railroad scenery. These illusions are often necessary for building a convincing model if you are working…Watch Now >>
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