Remember the model train layout in Barry’s basement?
Well take a look at it now.
I would absolutely love to know how he models his water scenery – it’s perfect! Barry – if you’re out there, there’s a few people out here who want a step by step from you.
(Leave a comment for Barry – you never know…)
Unfortunately Barry’s pics of his model train layout don’t enlarge when clicked, but most do on the site.
A huge thanks for him sharing. A wonderful layout.
There are many more layouts on the site – here are some:
Bill’s model train layout
“The time has come to finally lay down some plaster cloth.the cliffs of gerskiville are taking shape.
You can see how the mountains make the scenery of this layout.
“As a youngster, I had my Lionel train set and as a teen I did some HO on a 4×8 sheet of plywood but it didn’t amount to much. So many years ago, because of space and time limitations, I decided to construct a 2′ x 4′ N gauge railroad.
I used a 2×4 sheet of 1/4” plywood attached to a frame of 1×3 boards.
The track plan was laid out on the plywood and where grade changes and elevated track was planned, the plywood was cut with a sabre saw. Not all of the cuts can be seen in the photo.
Atlas flex track has been installed and ballasted as well as a store bought viaduct and tunnel portals. Mountain construction is underway using a corrugated cardboard web hot glued together being covered with plaster cloth. Old school but I had fun.
Kaustav’s model train layout
“Hi Al – I have been following your model train mailers for quite some time now and I really appreciate all your efforts in running this wonderful network.
More stuff like this at my fave modelling resource.