Continuing the introduction to railway modelling with images of real stock and models. This part of the series is about passenger stock - see also Part 11: Corridor & Suburban Stock
A range of Specialist low-sided wagons for you to try your hand at modelling. Departmental stock is also covered in this piece
Newcomers to geocaching can find themselves confused by the language, the terminology and the nature of the hides. This article will explain the basics to get you started finding caches.
"Why should I know how to mold my own plastic?" This isn't the first time I've heard this question. Let me explain: You know those broken things you have laying around or even have just thrown away in the past, that when the original is pieced back...
With some basic electronic knowledge and wiring skills, you too can have a working trolley system in your HO layout.
A quick display of one of my best models: a Deathwatch Librarian from the White Scars chapter of space marines. This article will display pictures, describe my process, and answer guest questions.
A laser will cut or engrave a wide range of materials and with recent changes in cost, they are more appealing for Craftsman, Artist, Sewing, Crafters, Model Makers and Inventors.alike. Easy to learn.
Travel down Memory Lane to the early days of British Railways. See yourself in an old teak carriage, deep-upholstered seats ... As your fellow passengers are scale models, don't start a conversation!
Discover how micro-layouts can squeeze model railroading into tiny spaces.
If you think you may be interested in setting up a model train layout of your own, start here. Get an understanding of the basics, get help if you need it, the get started.