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Flatland or prairie railroading can be challenging when it comes to blending scenery into the backdrop. A mountainous layout is much easier to hide the interception, but there are a few methods to blend the joint in a flatland layout. Allen Keller shares two distinctive ways to blend your model railroad layouts and scenery. Blending can be a difficult task, but there are many tricks for making the transition appear seamless.
"The train runs in a loop - you just had to see it to appreciate how amazing it looked in action. Info about (…): the show stopper might have been the above by Greg Malinowski. It's an insanely good little crazy detailed/kitbashed/weathered "Bay Freight Division" - a small 36" diameter layout built on a perfectly round 1" thick piece of plywood! Those inside hidden curves and ones leading into the paved diamond crossing are about a 12" radius!"
Building a model railway is fun, challenging and rewarding but it’s easy to make mistakes and overlook things when starting. Here’s what I wish I’d known before and what I’ve learnt after building many different gauge railways. #1 Look At The Size Of That Thing Me, when starting my first model railway as a adult: I had big railways …