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Narrow Gauge Lines

As tight curves are likely to be a big issue on micro layouts, most designs patternd after real places are built on shelves — where curvature of the track is not an issue, but...

Standard Gauge Lines 0

Standard Gauge Lines

As tight curves are likely to be a big issue on micro layouts, most designs patternd after real places are built on shelves — where curvature of the track is not an issue, but...

Straight Lines 0

Straight Lines

Straight Lines Sometimes all the track you need for prototypical operation is a length of straight rails. Here are some “straight line” micro railways. The track plans are simple, and the operations are realistic!...

Layouts for Fun to Run 0

Layouts for Fun to Run

The other category of layouts with no turnouts are the round-and-round exhibition layouts that make no pretense of being anything but a circuit. They’re a lot of fun for exhibiting our models in attractive...

Layouts for Operation 1

Layouts for Operation

Layouts for Operation If operation is your goal, micro layouts may seem to have a limited range of possibilities. But consider this layout! This Locomotive Depot, based on a design by Nigel Adams, uses...

March update + domains

March update + domains

There is a new scrapbook update available again and I’ve got some good news about the continuation of the website. The domains are secured with the help of Giles Arendt, so we are sure that...

PAGE 114 – March 2013

CHOCOLATE BOX by Bertram “Making up my home office I found a little box of balsawood. It had stored some chocolate from Rausch, a Berlin chocolate factory. The inside measures were 200 x 125...

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