Category: Small Layout Scrapbook

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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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PAGE 18 – OCTOBER 2003

A MICRO LAYOUT COMPETITION! This is a photo of an English micro layout being built in a box file in OO scale (16.5mm gauge)! It's called Melbridge Box Co. and is under construction by...
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PAGE 17 – SEPTEMBER 2003

WORKIN' ON THE RAILROAD Jeff Hartmann, from Long Beach, California, made this tiny HO diorama to perch above the whiteboard in his office cubicle. It depicts a small town station named "Yensid" circa 1900....
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PAGE 16 – AUGUST 2003

A LAYOUT THAT'S IN THE LOOP               Jim Kestner, who lives in Green Bay, Wisconsin, is building a remarkable small layout modeling the traffic in the Chicago Loop...
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PAGE 15 – JULY 2003

HORSECARS AND STEAM TRAMS! Rafael A. Gil Fornés, who lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina, has created a unique and exciting “living museum” of urban transportation in the 1890s. Featuring working horse cars and steam...

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PAGE 14 – JUNE 2003

NEW SMALL LAYOUT Holcombe is an Inglenook-style shunting layout based on the British Rail blue years, built by Peter Marriott. The little layout measures 1.5x.4 metres (60″x16″), and depicts a small station on a...

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PAGE 13 – MAY 2003

PROJECT UPDATE Last November, we featured a wonderful fantasy layout from Germany called Lummerland, built by Helmut Heinert and modeled after the characters and scenes in the book, Jim Button and Luke the Engine...

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PAGE 12 – APRIL 2003

PROTOTYPE NARROW GAUGE U.S. Industrial Railway in 1915                           Bill Chestnut, who lives in Bridgeton, New Jersey, forwarded these archive photos of...

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