Mike’s been in touch again.
And I’m glad too he has too.
If you missed it, his excellent ‘shipping container how-to’, it is here.
And now, it’s even better, because the print also come with a yellow and green shipping container:
If you already have the shipping containers – just go to the download area, and the yellow and green containers have been added to the file.
Don’t forget, the shipping containers will be $9 in the store, but right now they are free with the Beginner’s Guide (and lots of other freebies too.)
Now’s a great time to grab the Beginner’s Guide. It’s a silly price, lots of freebies, and tomorrow this sale will end.
Please don’t miss this offer, grab it right now here.
PS Sale ends tomorrow.
PPS Still unsure about the Beginner’s Guide and the shipping containers?
Here’s what Hall of Fame member John has to say about it:
“I recently got and read “How to Create A Breath Taking Model Railroad for The Complete Beginner.” Even though I’ve been modeling for some years and consider myself pretty knowledgeable in the building of miniature railroad worlds, I still learned new things.
The logical layout of the book and the background information was easy to follow, made good sense, and if done will save many hours of reworking mistakes. Every chapter has good information, is easy to read and understand. I particularly enjoyed the scenery tips, and how several different types of scenery building was discussed.
The numerous tips collected from Al’s website printed at the end of the book are a great addition to the knowledge contained in the book. Many I’ve tried myself!
It occurred to me that this book would be an ideal gift for someone we know who looks at our layout and says, “I’d love to do something like this, but I just don’t know where to start.” Haven’t we all heard this from friends and co-workers? Give ‘em the book, and be available to assist as they take saw and screw-gun in hand!
I recommend this beginners guide for all of us in the great hobby of Model Railroading without reservation.
Nice containers but where are the rails?