$9 Mega bundle printable buildings

Here are some larger pictures of the 22 printable buildings you get with the $9 Beginner’s Guide Mega bundle.

Just click to enlarge the pics.

firestation printable building

Fire Station

blue lock up card building

Blue lock-up

lock-up print out building

Blue lock-up (different view)

Blue store

storage shed card building

Siding storage shed

Green shack

Warehouse – low relief / backdrop

Red Brick factory

White brick factory

White brick factory

Side factory buildings

Brick town house

Red town house

Red barn

Wooden barn

Stone tunnel entrance

Flag side building

Flag shed

Wooden signal box

Brick signal box

Shipping containers

Engine shed

I’ve had quite a few emails asking about the printable buildings.

Mostly people want to know if anyone can make them look as good as John.

The answer is yes!

So I thought I’d put together a gallery of some of your creations, so just you know I’m not full of hot air.

“Al, like you I have been retired for some time now.

I have gone back to my American Flyer, s Guage boyhood train.

I have had “n guage, HO, G scale”, and this American Flyer has been the most fun of all. I guess it takes me back to my parents basement where my 4 x 8 foot layout was back in the early 50’s.

I resized your wonderful old barn and had so much fun building it. Here are some pics. Hope everyone enjoys it as much as I have.

Jerry from Illinois, USA.”


Great project and a lot of fun. The barn is on it’s way to the Railroad Club.



I have enjoyed your site for a long time, since I have retired had to find something to fill the spare time, I purchased one of your bundles and printed out one of the Engine sheds among many others.

I have created my own version of the Engine shed as shown in the pictures.

Side walls have ventilation fan vents.

I have dreamed to set up a model railroad layout for a long time and when I started to make it a reality one thing came up after another, like kids, education, weddings and now I have time and room to finish the dream, but not much of a budget.

Best to all talented people like Hall of Fame Dave, talented hobbyists and their many beautiful layouts.


And of course, there’s lots of the printable buildings on your layouts.

Here some pictures of them:

Mike has used a lot of the houses and grain elevators (not featured in the bundle – just using a print out example).

You can see his post here.

Rick’s has also made quite a bit of the printable buildings for his layout:

Here’s Rick’s post.

Rob has also created quite a few of the houses:

You can see his post here.

Cecil did a fab job on the Church:

Again, the church doesn’t feature in this bundle but you get the idea.

Here’s another one of the engine shed (which is in the bundle):

And have a look at the scratch building John did with this one too.

The printable buildings are fun!

They are easy to make too.

And once you them, you can print and make as many as you like – there is no limit.

That’s how John was able to make a whole town:

I’m in the process of putting together a gallery of the buildings readers have created directly from the prints, or have scratch built them with their own designs.

I shall be mailing it soon.