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  • Invalid date - posted by Tasha Oates - 1,385 views - 2 comments - 2 likes
    PRICINGHO (DC) $349.95 US MSRP. HO (DCC & Sound) $469.95 US MSRP.  N (DC) $339.95 US MSRP.  N (DCC & Sound) $459.95 US MSRP.    
  • Invalid date - posted by Tasha Oates - 3,342 views - 0 comments - 0 likes
    By Doug Taylor Photos By Robert Schleicher Plan Artwork by Craig DuMez PHOTO 10. The Torrance steel mill is designed so both the incoming coal and ore and the outgoing steel operations can be modeled as well as some of the plant's internal mo...
  • Invalid date - posted by Frank Joyce - 11,482 views - 18 comments - 11 likes
    Layout: The Bronx in a Basement By Frank Joyce This is a layout built by Frank Joyce. See Modeling Memories of the Bronx part I & II for a more detailed explanations. The layout is 9’ x 10’ with two tracks on the lower level. 15” cu...
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    Part II: Modeling Memories of the Bronx By Frank Joyce  This is part II of a two-part series written by Frank Joyce as he builds landmarks and memories from his childhood in New York City. Look for the finished layout. My next project was a 1&rs...
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    Part I: Modeling Memories of the Bronx By Frank Joyce This is part I of a two-part series written by Frank Joyce as he builds landmarks and memories from his childhood in New York City. Look for the finished layout. In my case, it wasn’t a trai...
  • Invalid date - posted by Tasha Oates - 6,527 views - 3 comments - 0 likes
    By Dave and Shirley Rowe Drawings by Dave Rowe Photographs by Brian Monaghan and Barry Norman This HO scale 4x9-foot module is set in England in 1845, but the structures are similar to those all along the eastern seaboard of the United States, includ...
  • Invalid date - posted by Tasha Oates - 8,421 views - 2 comments - 2 likes
    By Stuart Leuthner Photos by Mark Archer You can duplicate this city scene with out-of-the-package and simply modified kits from Design Preservation Models. Take a good look at the arrangement of the buildings. It’s the variation in the angles, p...
  • Invalid date - posted by Tasha Oates - 2,508 views - 0 comments - 2 likes
    Modeling N Scale (and background HO) Birch, Elm and Chestnut By Scott Seekins Color photos by Dave Engler Weeds, Baby’s Breath, Woodland Scenics Poly Fiber and AMSI ground foam are the raw ingredients. It’s what you do with them that can m...
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    By Jeff Lemke The model railroad club in Batavia, Illinois was one of the pioneers in the concept of “Modeling from the Prototype,” but the layout is now dismantled. The members went on to build some of the best layouts in America, and they...
  • Invalid date - posted by Tasha Oates - 2,713 views - 0 comments - 0 likes
    By Robert Schleicher Paul Brennecke’s layout is built by following a track plan based on “It’s (Almost) Magic” 9 x 8-foot layout from the original Model Railroading magazine that we have reprinted on pages 42-45 of this issue of...