Phil’s WW1 model railway

A quick bit of house keeping before we start:

Today is the last day you can buy the Beginner’s Guide and the roundhouse print-out for just $19.

(If you missed it, the roundhouse is at the bottom of this post.)

If you want it, please grab it here today.

Some of you have asked where you can buy the roundhouse on its own, which has left me scratching my head.

When I put it in the store, it’ll be $19 on its own, with no bonuses.

Many of you already have the Beginner’s Guide, and have bought it again just for the roundhouse and the bonuses – and that’s completely fine. Up to you.

But just so there’s no cross wires – today is the last day.

Tomorrow this offer will have closed, so please grab it here if you want it.

To those that have it, thanks a mill for supporting the site, I can’t wait to see it on a layout!

And now on to Phil:

“Hi Alastair

I thought I would share an update on my WW1 railway. If you recall it is set somewhere in the south of England in 1918.

A couple of things that I think worked well were adding balloons and elements of the grand fleet to the back scene. You can see this in the photos. I just downloaded some images and resized them to suit

I have also added an airfield with plane landing.

You will see I have installed the Oxford Rail railway gun in a siding which doubles as a small military camp. I have decided it is too much trouble to actually get the gun to run with the clearances it requires

The eagle eyed will see a loco running a signal. Working signalling is on the to do list

Best wishes

Phil”

ww1 model railway

ww1 model railway

ww1 model railway

ww1 model railway

ww1 model railway




ww1 model railway

ww1 model railway

ww1 model railway



A huge thanks to Phil.

As long time readers will know, I do love a theme behind a layout. For me, it brings it to life. There’s only one thing I enjoy more – an update! So today’s post ticks all the boxes for me.

Hope you’ve enjoyed it as much as I have.

That’s all for today folks.

Please do keep ’em coming.

And don’t forget, today is the very last day for my ‘thank-you’ offer: The Beginner’s Guide, the roundhouse, and lots of other bonuses.

Course, I’m biased, but you’d be mad to pass on it – it’s a real steal.

Best

Al

PS Grab it here right now!

PPS Here’s what the roundhouse looks like if you missed the post:

20 Responses to Phil’s WW1 model railway

  1. Good one with the ww1 layout Phil , its not easy keeping to the time era , with all the models , but you have done a great job there …Dangerous dave

  2. Brian Rockey says:

    Great job Phil. Very impressed with the tarpaulin tanks and the modified backdrops. Well done!
    Brian, Wokingham, UK

  3. George Steffens says:

    Beautiful period layout. I am envious and impressed from the other side of the pond.

  4. Marklin ed says:

    Great video Phil,My layout will be Bavarian era trains love the spoked wheels on the wagons. Saw some ideas from your layout, thanks.

  5. Pete Stanich says:

    The best I’ve seen. Real, Natural and appreciated…..Pete

  6. Erick says:

    Nice detail!!!

  7. JW Snyder says:

    Brilliant! Some of the best WW1 modeling I have seen! You did your research!

  8. Larry says:

    Great job !!! Your work belongs in a ww1 museum. Thanks for sharing it with us.

  9. Phil, thanks for sharing your wonderfully detailed layout. As Al might say, “A cracking good job.” Indeed!

  10. Beautiful period layout. I am very impressed and very much enjoyed watching the video

  11. Johnny Free says:

    Spectacular Detail, I am Impressed. A real Layout, with great detail.

  12. Jim AZ says:

    Very nice. Your modeling skills and attention to details are first rate. Thanks for sharing.

    Jim AZ

  13. Bob Richards says:

    Fantastic scenery, operation, and everything! I was excited looking at your photos and video.

  14. Bill in Virginia says:

    Excellent model railroad. I personally love it when a theme is built into how the layout is planned and built. Nicely done!

  15. Gary M from Long Island says:

    Phil……what a fantastic layout…….love the theme and the backdrops and the great looking trains……..

  16. Phil says:

    Thanks for your kind words. There is still a lot to do which you would see if I pointed the camera in the opposite direction!

  17. I am going to sound like everyone else here because I liked the layout. I like it when someone goes the extra mile to separate themselves from others by tapping into their creative side! What an awesome layout.

  18. ARTHUR J ROMANO says:

    Super clean and neat. Great sounds and detail. Lots of work and looks like it was well worth the price of admission.
    Now enjoy it.

  19. Johnathon says:

    Loved it.

  20. Graeme says:

    Hi Phil, congratulations on a very impressive layout. Stunning!

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