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Ho scale train layout

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Model road layouts add interest and realism to a model railroad. Just like in real life, roads can almost always be found near a railroad track. In this video, Gerry Leone, National Model Railroad Association’s Master Model Railroader gives his tips for creating model train roads. Leone starts by building a gravel road. His gravel roads are made from 60 grit sandpaper which is coarse and textured.

Model road layouts are a great way to add realism to your model railroad. Learn how Gerry Leone makes asphalt and gravel roads for his layout.

A layout consisting if two separate unconnected oval tracks to run two trains independently #lionelhotrains #lioneltrainlayouts

I finally figured out that I don't have room to do everything I want (2 trains, etc) on a small layout so I'm starting with something simple. This is loosely based on Lionel's D-290 display layout. I don't know if I'll add the upper level loop or not....

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5x10 N scale layout - I typically run four trains, a mix of steam and early diesel locomotives. Limited space meant I built up instead of out

This video series, hosted by Michael Gross, will teach you the simple how-to workshop techniques you need to know to take an HO scale electric train set and ...

Here is a video of my brand new HO scale Illinois Central layout. This video includes an explanation of how I built the layout. This also includes the wiri...

Hey guys, I've just begun laying the roadbed and trackwork for a small HO scale switching layout, and although not new to the hobby (mostly been weathering and detailing rolling stock) - this is my first layout in a long time. Here is the strange dillema I am facing: My layout is built atop 2" blue foam boards, and although sufficient at reducing train noise, I decided I wanted a trace of roadbed for the mainline. I purchased some N scale cork roadbed strips, and before permanently plac

Hey guys, I've just begun laying the roadbed and trackwork for a small HO scale switching layout, and although not new to the hobby (mostly been weathering and detailing rolling stock) - this is my first layout in a long time. Here is the strange dillema I am facing: My layout is built atop 2" blue foam boards, and although sufficient at reducing train noise, I decided I wanted a trace of roadbed for the mainline. I purchased some N scale cork roadbed strips, and before permanently placing…

HO Scale Train Layout Plans - Model Train Books

Top 5 HO scale train layouts plans for model train beginners and intermediates including the dimensions and area required for the benchwork and easy access to heard to reach spots on the model railroad.