For sale is a handmade Z scale winter layout on a 24"x24" foamboard. The tracks are held in place nails, and there is a terminal track used to connect power. The power supply or locomotives are not included. Thank you for looking.
Hello! I joined the forum today specifically to ask this question. Does anybody know what company made this track I have here? I found this today while digging around in some of my childhood toys and it triggered very vague and foggy memories of a tiny train set I had completely forgotten I had...
I have always had a passion for trains which was passed down to me from my father and his father. I have a fair amount of HO scale DCC locomotives and rolling stock, as well as a few buildings and a digitrax system. The first issue is right out of college I am living in an apartment...
It's been a while since I did my last Z scale project. I didn't want to get out of practice, so here's my second project. Again, I used our N scale plans and
reduced. The small trees immediately behind the houses are alder seeds painted with green acrylic.
This is my first Z Scale structure. I needed a few more band-aids, but I did it!
I reduced our N scale Plan 735 to Z scale to see how it would work. This is a C.O.R. Depot - could be Frankford, COE Hill, Marmora, or a few others along the Central Ontario Railway line, now part of CN.
In the last hour, I've taught myself a bunch about model trains, and I think I know what I don't know, if that makes sense.
I've joined the forum to ask for some help with what kind of passenger car I can use for a project on which I'm working.
I don't want the car to run (gasp!), I...