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N scale trains

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for N scale trains. Get inspired and try out new things.
5 Remarkable N Scale Layouts 4x8

Incredible collection of N Scale Layouts 4x8 including mountains, urban city scenery and even a helix track shaped 4x8 layout.

N Scale Coupler Evaluation | N Scale Model Trains | Fifer Hobby Supply

By Peter Wisniewski This evaluation is strictly based on my visual observations as I currently have no means to test them on a layout. However I do have plenty of real-world experience with MT and Kato couplers. I also had some experience with Accumates. I am a member of Northeast N-Trak (where we run long

Graham's N scale layout - Model railroad layouts plansModel railroad layouts plans

N scale train layout - I bought from Ebay, and the like, and it occurred to me to look for a layout to do up rather than start from scratch

Bob's N scale layout - Model railroad layouts plansModel railroad layouts plans

5x10 N scale layout - I typically run four trains, a mix of steam and early diesel locomotives. Limited space meant I built up instead of out

Large N Scale Layout - GCMRRC

The Large N-scale layout consists of modules created by our club members. Scenes include a factory, a fishing pond, a railroad yard, an English village, a model of a port, the old Galveston...

Modeling a narrow gauge railroad in a small space in On30 - Trains

A version of this article appeared in Model Railroader’s special issue from 2018: Build a Small Railroad. Modeling a logging camp requires a variety of structures, trackwork, scenery, figures, and activities. The camp includes not only loggers involved in different pursuits, but also woodchoppers, a laundress, checkers players, engineers and mechanics, stable hands and horses, [...]Read More...

M4 Sherman N scale, Trains, Wyoming Junction | The Sherman I… | Flickr

The Sherman I carved from wood. I had some old molds, but I couldn't find them so I carved it from balsa. I got the idea from a piece of logging equipment built off a Sherman.