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May 2014
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Learn about Jamie Haislip's 18 x 18-foot O gauge railway with an intricate prototypical catenary system in this article.
This 20 x 48-foot S gauge layout was inspired by John Allen's influential HO layout, the Gorre & Daphetid.
This track system from Williams by Bachmann is the newest option for O gauge roadbed track.
Built with 60 years of experience with Lionel trains, see the trains run on this master modeler's current O gauge railroad.
This conventional locomotive is superbly decorated for a fallen flag railroad.
March 2014
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This 18 x 20-foot O gauge layout travels through both time periods and time zones, taking trains from the prewar decades to the end of the 20th century as they travel across the U.S., from Alaska to the Northeast.
February 2014
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Need more information on replacing rollers or slider shoes? Download this free PDF!
Watch this timelapse video of the CTT staff laying the track for the Port Terminal & Western project railroad.
On this 4 x 8-foot layout, Karl Sablich has recreated the Copper Country of Upper Michigan.
This 10 x 11-foot O gauge layout started with a Lionel starter set.
January 2014
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Watch this timelapse video of the CTT staff constructing the benchwork for the Port Terminal & Western project railroad.
On this 15 x 15-foot layout, Christmas comes every day of the year.
December 2013
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This 4 x 6-foot under-the-tree display fits plenty of holiday train action into a compact space with room for a full-size tree.
Enjoy more photos of the compact O, S, and Standard gauge layouts Becky Chestney created.
This 12 x 30-foot O gauge layout reflects 60 years of "playing" with electric trains and a career as a designer at Fisher-Price.
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