The author's busy shipyard scene adds fun and detail in 2 x 3 feet.
An expert model railroader shows how to use the right details to make an authentic Pennsy right-of-way.
BIG INDUSTRY: A MINING STAMP MILL THAT FITS A COMPACT SPACE
This O gauge towering mining structure fits on a 2 x 4-foot module.
EASY SCENERY 1-2-3
How to use photographs, memories, and even products to shape great scenes on your layout.
A DEFINITIVELY DISPLAY-STYLE O GAUGE LAYOUT PLAN
This 9 x 14-foot O gauge plan boases six routes and scads of accessories.
O GAUGE ACTION IN 65 SQUARE FEET
Mike Hampton's layout conquers the limitations of his basement.
READERS WEIGH IN ON LIONEL'S NEXT POSTWAR-STYLE OUTFIT
Our readers select the postwar sets they would like to see Lionel reissue.
FLYER'S BAY-WINDOW CABOOSES
Guide to a special S gauge model.
WIRING WITHOUT SOLDERING
Put away that soldering iron: Here are 10 tips for fuss-free wiring.
CREATING GREAT SCENES
Great toy train layouts start with inspiration
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Lionel's no. 2211WS train set