Model railroad memories

Has it been decades since you’ve played with trains?

Well, if the memories of all those years ago has you smiling, why not get involved again?

Perhaps you’re like Bill.

He hasn’t even thought about trains for decades, but look what he’s doing now.

vintage model railroad

Or perhaps you are like Jay?

He still treasures his Grandfather’s American Flyer set.

vintage american flyer loco

Maybe you have pictures of you and the old man, happily playing with trains, like Eric?

Either way, if you’ve ever promised yourself that model railroad, even though it was decades ago, now’s the time to make it happen.

Some folk just jump straight back in, like Wayne.

HO scale track work

Others ease themselves in, step by step, like Ben.

train diorama

Or take Gary, it’s been 40 years since his last layout.

But he made good use of lockdown with his HO scale.

And then there’s Doug.

He’s still playing with his 1959 Lionel trains.

Of course, I’m biased, but it’s the perfect hobby.

It doesn’t matter how long it’s been since you last laid any track.

Just jump on the newsletter, watch and lurk for as long as you like – we’re a friendly bunch – then you can make it happen at your own pace.

Tap your email in below, and you’ll be up to speed in no time at all.


And if you’re still not convinced, have a look at some more posts.

There are hundreds of model railroads on the blog.

There’s hundreds of step-by-steps too.

Why not join in the fun?

Jump on the newsletter right now and that model railroad you always promised yourself may just happen.

Best

Al

2 Responses to Model railroad memories

  1. Jim Bowman says:

    My wife and I have decided to make model train building our joint hobby. It was my hobby years ago and I have fond memories of hours passing as I engaged with it. Now, decades later, I want to build again. But, suspect that techniques and equipment may have changed. Any assistance you can provide about getting us started is appreciated. I prefer to avoid developing non-productive habits.We plan to build on two 20″ x 77″ wood doors (hollow). Thank you.

  2. George w Powers iii says:

    Looking for n scale layout plans for a 4× 4 or 4×5. Have limited space for the layout. Thanks

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