Wow, this game is really looking cool.
Train shows are one of the great community experiences across the world. Little kids and big kids alike can see some truly amazing things and have a lot of fun taking in a train show
If you’re gonna be in central Ohio this weekend, be sure to stop by the Train Show at the Ohio Expo Center
There are a number of approaches that you can take towards benchwork for your model railroad. And the approach that is right for one person isn’t necessarily right for someone else.
I would love more than anything to take a tour of these shops one day and see the 4014, 844 and the Centennial.
It’s the holiday season and for many it’s a time to put up a tree with lights and ornaments and presents. One way to add to the enjoyment of your Christmas tree is to put a train around it
One of the things that can help to unify the feeling of your layout is to pick a theme. What this means is that you pick a time and place where your railroad operations are occurring.
Here’s a cool short video from the Columbus, OH PBS station (WOSU) about the local train depot here in Canal Winchester, OH
Simple track plans are OK for a little bit, but it can get boring pretty quick. With a few simple additions, you can make your layout far more interesting.
Once you’ve decided on which scale you’re going to model in, the next step is to start thinking about your track plan.
When your starting out in model railroading, one of the first tasks you’ll have to complete is deciding on what scale you want to work with.