Progress reports and comments about my own N scale layout
Do you like fancy desks with DCC command stations and visual switchboards? Look away! Here is my layout “control center”. Read more
Recently I posted about business practices from another time, coming from some German/Austrian model train manufacturers and sellers. Here is another crazy novelty from Fleischmann…alo... Read more
I like putting the horse before the cart. My layout is far from being 100% functional, let alone done. However, I like to play with my PC Control software. I was wondering how I would presen... Read more
It’s done! Possessed by an unusual DIY motivation, I’ve added a floor to the helix…then a second, and finally a third that will be my small mountain train station. Read more
An helix is great when you lack space, but it’s a hassle to build. Read more
I recently visited the Roco website, and was rather surprised by what I saw. The Austrian & German model trains industry may be a niche, but it’s still a business. So, although thi... Read more
What do you think? Don’t hesitate to comment. Read more
There are as many ways to control a layout than there are hobbyists. There are also two categories of hobbyists: those who plan everything from A to Z, and those who are more messy in their... Read more
After the post yesterday about the layout plans, here is a a quick picture of my layout as it is now. The 2 pictures show the 4 modules altogether. Read more
This is a quick presentation of my N-Scale layout. It is 3.2 meters long by 60cm wide (about bit more than 10 feet by 24″), on 2 main levels. It is divided in four easy-to-transport mo... Read more
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