Author: Carl Arendt

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PAGE 28 – AUGUST 2004

Shoebox Madness Up to Now... Shoebox layouts continue to proliferate on both sides of the Atlantic. In the U.K. there's even a shoebox competition running at the national narrow-gauge exhibition, ExpoNG, scheduled for late...
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PAGE 27 – JULY 2004

FROM THE LAND OF THE VIKINGS COMES... THE LEGEND: We've learnt that the old Vikings were great explorers and craftsmen. Less known is the fact that they even explored steam railroading! The Edda tells...
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PAGE 26 – JUNE 2004

A NEW 'WRINKLE' IN FOLDING BASEBOARDS!   Jack Trollope, who lives in the Highlands of Scotland, was interested in my design for the Folding WayTerminal (left above), and actually built it! The photo (above...
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PAGE 25 – MAY 2004

A REALISTIC ENGLISH INDUSTRIAL SCENE Chris Nevard, who lives just southwest of London, England, built this striking industrial waterfront scene, Arne Wharf, on a 3 x 2 foot platform in OO9 scale. The setting...
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PAGE 24 – APRIL 2004

Works In Progress A variety of recent photos showing small layouts under construction around the world. A 'WILD WEST SHOW' FROM FRANCE Fabrice Fayolle, from Amiens, France, is building a small On30 layout modeled...
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PAGE 23 – MARCH 2004

Inspired (he says) by this website, Mark Holmstrup, from Albuquerque NM, made this N-scale layout last Christmas with help from his two children (aged 7 and 2). The tiny layout measures 8.5×7.5 in (22×29...

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PAGE 22 – FEBRUARY 2004

PETROC: A SMALL EXHIBITION LAYOUT Steve Waterfield, from Staines, England, started working on Petroc Quarries in a Japanese hotel room about 10 years ago. The 20×24 in (50×61 cm) layout has been taking on...

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PAGE 21 – JANUARY 2004

 It’s Not Your Grandfather’s Trainset! Meet the incredible Titan Sandwell, the creation of Derek Pratt, from Southport, England. This unusual-looking layout, somewhat resembling a sand castle that has been caught in a headwind, features...

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PAGE 20 – DECEMBER 2003

A Sparkling Survey of Scales for Small Spaces John Tryon Hubbard, who lives in Florida, has found an unusual venue for constructing his family's holiday railway -- he put it in the fireplace, along...
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PAGE 19 – NOVEMBER 2003

John Hubbard, who lives in Florida, has come up with an interesting addition to my shoebox layout, Carl’s Imports. He suggests adding a small, two-track traverser inside the Imports building (see “doctored” image at...

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