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  1. BunkerTheHusky

    The Fox Creek Railroad - Layout update thread

    Welcome to the Fox Creek Railroad! This is an N-scale layout that I began in November of 2022. It is 19 feet long with two 7 foot modules that are 2.5 feet wide and one 5 foot module that is 4 feet wide. I made the layout modular to hopefully make it capable of being moved. I currently live in a...
  2. chadbag

    SOLD: KATO JR East Resort Train Shiki-Shima, 10-1447, NIB, N-scale

    SOLD Description: New, un-opened: * KATO 10-1447 Train Suite Shiki-Shima (NIB) This is the JR East Shiki-Shima resort train done by KATO in a special 2-case set. N-Scale The Resort Train Shiki Shima is like a cruise train on steriods. It runs special "cruises" around Japan in style and...
  3. V

    Analog to DCC conversion - Video Series

    Analog to DCC conversion - Part 1. This video will show you how to remove the Analog board that comes with your KATO EMD-E9A locomotive and install a Digitrax DN163K0a DCC board. This introduction video will show you what you need to get started. Subsequent videos in this series will have...
  4. Breor47

    Are Trains Ever Trash?

    I've recently come across a couple projects which will require more time, efforts, and funds than they are worth to fix. In order to repair lots of other cars, I cannibalized several lesser-quality rolling stock on my N-Scale layout. These cars were given the broken parts or no parts at all in...
  5. DoctorZ

    The Lake Superior Railroad Museum HO Scale Layout

    You can check out my latest model railroad video of Duluth, MN, HO Scale layout here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQ9XIzcXrXY
  6. B

    Question about building an N-Scale Bascule Lift Bridge

    Hi everyone, new to the forum here so I was hoping someone can help with some tips. Are there any rolling lift bridges available from any N Scale retailer, (Kato, Atlas, Faller, etc)??? If not, does anybody have advice on how to make a manually operated (not motorized) two track rolling...

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