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Hope you had a great week and have some fun projects lined up! We’ve got some inspiring photos to share that are sure to put you in the mood for modeling. We’d love to see what you’re working on, so feel free to post and share or just click on these links to join in the fun!
A Dazzling Display
Rob Petty proves you don’t need a huge space to create an amazing scene! Imagine coming into the train room and seeing this incredible refinery that’s packed with details and operating possibilities.
Figuring out where to place structures and track is crucial to a successful model railroad. Poster @santafemodelrailroad has solved the puzzle for this engine terminal scene.
I Been Workin’
on My Railroad
Finishing a big project is always a good feeling – even more so when it’s a focal point of your railroad. John Collins combined parts from multiple kits to construct this N Scale trestle, which took six weeks of work to complete!
Really Fast Freight
Check out this double-time video of an extra-long intermodal train being assembled on this exceptional model railroad. There’s plenty of action on this layout built by @beansusmodelrailroad even when the film isn’t speeded up!
For many of us, the real work of layout construction starts with the room itself! From basement to bedroom and beyond, a little elbow grease and time can transform any setting into an awesome space. John Hinson did just that with this amazing train room.
We hope you enjoy these scenes and discussions as much as we enjoy bringing them to you!
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