“I enjoy your posts very much.
Many good ideas. Here’s one I’m trying.
I have a small bedroom for my new layout. I am combining HO and N to try and and get some degree of depth. The steamer in the front is HO and the coal train is N. Some will say ‘not prototipical’, but I’m having a ball.
“Greetings from Los Angeles Al!
The commercial plants and trees can prove to be costly if you need several…
I made these planters on ether side of the door by wrapping pipe cleaners around a sharpened pencil and then pressing them into the desired shape. Then I paint then with inexpensive acrylic green and glue them into the planters .
The planters are BEADS from the craft store..then I glue them to my structures ,or where needed om my layout You can make dozens of these for next to nothing…
Now for the latest installment from Hall of Fame member, Rob.
(His last post is here if you missed it).
Since the first Faller video, the road has progressed to grooving for the guide wire and then to plastering and painting the road surface.
For those perhaps interested in trying a Faller Road, they may find it interesting to see what my experience is. In the end, I got a fairly smooth and satisfactory road.
Now, I just need a few more vehicles to add some more chaos to the layout.
A huge thanks to Rob!
And – fingers crossed – Andy will send us more pics of his project, it’s a fine looking bridge.
That’s all for today folks.
Please do keep ’em coming!
And don’t forget the Beginner’s Guide is here if you want to make your layout happen.