Category: Small Layout Scrapbook

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PAGE 50 – JUNE 2006

Hello, everyone! Unbelievable as it seems, this is the 50th edition of my monthly e-zine, Small Layout Scrapbook! (Knowledgeable readers will understand my strange custom of following U.S. railroad practice by numbering mid-month “special...

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PAGE 49a – MAY 2006

In the February Scrapbook, we took a look at long, thin layouts — which one wag dubbed “Ribbon Roads” — to discover the realism that point to point running can provide. The sense of...

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PAGE 49 – MAY 2006

Once again it’s time for our semi-annual roundup of Pizza layouts– those delightful little circular creations that look like they could be packed into a square box and delivered to your door! As pizza...

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PAGE 48a – APRIL 2006

This site actually has several Official Photographers on various continents, in addition to the hundreds of “unofficial” photographers who send us their very welcome layout photographs. Emrys Hopkins, who lives in Norfolk, England, is...

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PAGE 48 – APRIL 2006

Many of the best items in this Scrapbook come under the heading of Works in Progress when we first publish them. Later, more finished work and new ideas enter and need to be reported....

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PAGE 47 – MARCH 2006

Inch for inch, the “bookshelf sized” switching layout provides the most railroading fun of any layout style I know. Here are a few small shelf-switchers that may give you some ideas! TYMESAVER STYLE SWITCHING...

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PAGE 46 – FEBRUARY 2006

This month we present a clutch of layouts less than a foot wide, but very, very long. They’re ideal for hallways, long walls where floor space isn’t available for layouts, or even for long...

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PAGE 45a – JANUARY 2006

UNUSUAL & USEFUL IDEAS FOR SMALL LAYOUTS This is another new theme for the Small Layout Scrapbook. We often receive ideas, designs, and photos that have quite unusual or even unique applications for small...

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PAGE 45 – JANUARY 2006

To kick off 2006 in style, we’re trying something a little different. We’ve modified our format, and here are a variety of ‘Railroad Puzzles,’ most of them taken from general puzzle books and creative...

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PAGE 44a – DECEMBER 2005

Jonathon Scott Photo Though we often publish layouts designed for complex switching maneuvers, many people prefer continuous-run layouts where they can just “let ’em run” and indulge in some plain train watching. This starts...

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