HO Scale Track in the Street

 

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Greatest G-Scale Layout?

 

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Building a N-Scale Layout

 

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About Atlas Model Trains

Atlas Model Trains did not originally start out as a model train company; it was a tool manufacturer. In 1924, Stephan Schaffan Sr. moved from Czechoslovak early in life and had begun the tool company in New Jersey. His son Stephan Jr. started working for him, and during this time Jr. graduated from the Essex…

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Why You Should Consider Bachmann Model Trains?

Bachmann Model Trains have been around for over 150 years, and is one of the largest makers of model trains. For the beginner, the Bachmann model trains are probably the easiest to work with. They have many different products, including tracks, the trains themselves as well as scenery. One of their best selling styles for…

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Why are N-gauge locomotives just as expensive as a full set?

I received this question from one of our readers and thought it would be a great topic of conversation. Here is the email… Hi Dan, We have not purchased anything yet. I do not know how much longer I can hold back my grandson. I have a simple question at this time. Why are “N”…

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Model Railroading Conclusion

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The 7 Model Train Mistakes That Almost Every Beginner Makes And How To Avoid Them!

Hi, my name is Dan Morgan, and I am about to reveal the top 7 model train mistakes almost all beginners make. I surveyed more than 5,000 readers and was astounded to hear how some of these mistakes had cost the beginners hundreds of dollars and hours of wasted time. Here they are… Mistake #…

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