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by Randy Harvey
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by Sean Hadfield
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Lineside structures come in many shapes and sizes. This oval concrete grain silo displays many interesting features.
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Randy Harvey [HARV] carries a camera with him just for encounters like this - a classic grain silo. Staples of railroad income, granaries and silos make fascinating subjects.
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Sean Hadfield [windysean] saw a unique building in his home town and scratchbuilt it for his model railroad. He created a step-by-step narrative with photos and associated titles. Let's follow along as he builds this challenging architectural gem
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Model railroaders love to detail building interiors. A favorite interior is a workshop and these tools represent what a well equipped wagoner and mechanical shop would have.
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An interesting website archiving train stations all over the world.
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Model railroaders find a great deal of inspiration in the misty mountains of northeastern Tennessee. A beautiful place where a slower pace of living provides a tranquil setting...until a giant Fairbanks-Morris diesel engine explodes into life!
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Family small business model companies create some of the more intriguing kits available. Branch Engine House is a new release from Railway Design Associates, creators of injection reminiscent of stone buildings of the 19th century.
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This is a sharp, neat little model -- 4" square -- built for the Par Four challenge project, to completely build a model in two months. Almost totally scratchbuilt except for the figures and details.
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Cast metal was a standard model material until the age of plastic. In today's resin age many accessories and cottage industry models are still cast metal. Metal is in some regards superior to resin and easier to work with. Come along and see!
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Luggage cart at the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad (C B & Q) Train Depot (the old one, built in 1892) in Sheridan, Wyoming.
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Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad boasted it when "Everywhere West". Sheridan, Wyoming was one of their stops.
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In 2011 NOCH celebrated their Centennial. One of their releases is Small Mine “Victoria”, a complimentary facility to a Märklin set of industrial railroad cars. Small Mine “Victoria” is a limited edition kit of three main structures built with six major
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Vintage mechanized cotton picking in rural Mississippi is scratchbuilt and brought to us in O scale (1/48) by John Gardner [LONE-RONIN].
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