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Tips for track, layouts, Digital Command Control, and more to help you get started in the model trains hobby
Plaster cloth is an easy way to add a scenery base to a model train layout
How to use magnets and uncoupling tools on model railroad freight cars and keep them on the track
Designing the track plan and building the benchwork for our 1950s Ohio HO project railroad
How to lay and wire track and set up a DCC system
Adding scenery from the hills to the river and building a road in between
Placing structures, trees and scenic details to finish our project railroad
Learn how to build basic frame benchwork for your model railroad
How to build a foam scenery base for a model railroad
How to lay and wire sectional model railroad track
How to add buildings and roads to the model railroad
Add hills and trees to the model railroad scenery
How to build a plastic model railroad structure kit
In this video, hosted by television star Michael Gross, the World's Greatest Hobby program teaches you how to build your first model railroad. From benchwork to laying track to scenery to building structures, you'll learn everything you need to get ...
An introduction to basic model railroading terminology and concepts
Make your model train layout look realistic with foam and plaster scenery, ground cover, rocks, and more
Learn the basics about the most common modeling scales used by model railroaders
Learn how to build a solid foundation for your model train layout
Get tips for choosing and installing track on your model train layout
Going beyond the basic train set oval
Are you new to the lingo of railroading and model railroading? Check out this handy glossary of some common terms used on model railroads and prototype railroads. Accessory: an item intended to complement a toy train set but generally not included ...
At-a-glance facts about The World's Greatest Hobby. 1860s: Wooden and metal floor toys that resemble trains are first made. 1891: Pioneering toy company Marklin of Germany establishes a series of standard track gauges for its clockwork
Garden Railways has been the leading magazine devoted to the hobby of outdoor, large-scale model railroading for more than 25 years. We'll show you how to build your dream railway plus we review the latest G and large scale trains from LGB, Bachmann, Aristo-Craft, USA, Accucraft, and others.
CLASSIC TOY TRAINS magazine features great how-to info about building and operating O and S gauge train layouts plus track plans and repair and maintenance tips. Whether you're interested in Lionel, American Flyer, MTH, Williams, Atlas O, or other great toy trains, we have them!
Model Railroader Video Plus brings the excitement of model trains to you anywhere, any time, and on any device. Our subscription video website features broadcast-quality HD programs, providing a wealth of how-to techniques and information to help you build a better layout. In addition, MR Video Plus has a variety of other fun model railroad programs to inspire and entertain you.