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Layout Tours : Ho Scale

Virtual layout tours of HO Scale model railroads.

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Bar Mills - Our Wharf Street Layout New Open link in new window
For lack of a better name our own layout located right here in our station at Bar Mills is called "Wharf Street".

Not all model railroads are based on prototypes... our is "freelanced" and inspired by the legendary Maine 2-foot lines that ran not so very far away from our headquarters right here in Bar Mills.

If you live for highly detailed waterfront scenes you might want to check out our shop layout !

Site Details/More Info: URL: https://www.barmillsmodels.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2&Itemid=9999 (Added: 18-Jan-2017)
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Belfield Hall Estate Railway New Open link in new window
The Belfield Hall Estate Railway was a model of an imaginary, 15 inch gauge estate railway, in 7mm scale. In building the model, a baseboard had to be constructed and what developed became a concept that interested many modellers faced with restricted working or storage area, or those who like to have a short-term project every now and then.

The BHER featured in the 'Railway Modeller', the main publication for the hobby and the 7mm Narrow gauge Association magazine. Both articles inspired further circular railways, one from East Anglia in 009 (which aslo featured in the 'Railway Modeller') and one in Canada. Latterly, the layout has been featured on Carl Arendts "Micro / Small Layouts for Model Railroads" web site.

Site Details/More Info: URL: http://www.belfieldhall.co.uk/belfield/ (Added: 08-Jan-2017)
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Burrlington Northern Train Layout New Open link in new window
Burr Stewart’s Burr-lington Northern.

Burrlington Northern HO scale layout, in a basement about 30'x30'.

Site Details/More Info: URL: http://www.burrstewart.com/index.php?n=Main.Trains (Added: 10-Jan-2017)
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Jeffrey's Webpage New Open link in new window
Jeff Hartmann is chronicling his collection of small layouts, including several clever micros.
Site Details/More Info: URL: http://www.trainweb.org/jeffhartmann/ (Added: 08-Jan-2017)
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Puget Sound Iron Goat Railway New Open link in new window
This is the story of the Puget Sound Iron Goat Railway (PSIG), established in 1935, a mythical, wholly owned subsidiary of the Great Northern Railway as it was in the month of October, 1938, located in the Pacific Northwest region near Bellevue and Issaquah on the eastside of the Greater Seattle region in Washington.

This freelanced 12' x 14' walk-in layout when finished will include logging, mining and sawmill operations, a city, three small towns, a residential neighborhood, waterfront piers with associated businesses, various siding industries, a dairy farm, stock yards, passenger depots and a train yard with a turntable and maintenance shop. Freight train operations are planned in addition to a passenger service, based on the Great Northern Cascadian, complete this themed steam era layout. Plus lots of people, landscaping and loads of junk and details.

Site Details/More Info: URL: http://www.jtwice.com/irongoat.html (Added: 10-Jan-2017)
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Rainier Great Western Railway and Navigation Company New Open link in new window
The RGW was was originally designed and constructed in Tacoma, WA. It was built in a 14 ft by 25 ft space in a basement room. The layout had reached full operating capability but no scenery when it was dismantled due to a move. After two years in storage, the new home of the RGW has been constructed and a new design has been decided upon (with continual modifications, whose railroad doesn't). The new building is a 20 ft by 30 ft self contained structure which was completed in January of 2005. Since the first table section was installed in February of 2005, construction continues in earnest. For more details on the building and the layout, go to the Layout Page.
Site Details/More Info: URL: http://www.rgwrail.com/ (Added: 10-Jan-2017)
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Washington Northern New Ed Pick Open link in new window
The Washington Northern is a freelanced HO scale model railroad set in the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State in the mid 1990s. A regional railroad centered in the fictitious large deep water port city of Port Andrews geographically located between the real cities of Port Angeles and Port Townsend on what is Discovery Bay on the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

The specific area I am modeling at this time is the Port Andrews Tideflats District. This version of the WN is a small switching layout in a spare bedroom of my new home. A former version housed in a 23' x 32' room depicting the Coast Subdivision in my old home was dismantled in 2005.

Site Details/More Info: URL: http://wnrr.net/ (Added: 10-Jan-2017)
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Atlantic and Great Western Railway Pop Hot! Open link in new window
The AGW is my freelanced HO scale railroad set in the 1980's. It is a 22,000 mile long carrier stretching from the North Atlantic Seaboard and Canada to the Missouri River and Gulf of Mexico. The AGW has a service area similar to a Conrail, Chicago North Western and Missouri Kansas Texas merger. I model in the 1980's to 1990's time frame. I wanted to model a railroad that could set standards in the industry and compete even in the 1990's era of mega-merger railroads.
Site Details/More Info: URL: https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/AtlanticGreatWesternRailway/info (Added: 26-Aug-2002)
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Bear Creek & South Jackson - Garage Track Plan Pop Hot! Open link in new window
The layout design is an around the wall (and peninsula) helix. By utilizing a sort of double-deck mushroom configuration on the center peninsula a mainline run of about 4.5 miles was achieved. Layout was constructed in a 2 car garage.
Site Details/More Info: URL: http://s145079212.onlinehome.us/rr/layoutdesign/bcsj2_design/index.html (Added: 30-Jan-2001)
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A Little Logging Railroad Open link in new window
HO scale model logging railroad ca 1910-20

A Little Logging Railroad, a work in progress celebrating ca. 1910-20. Created by Rodney Frey of Moscow, Idaho

Site Details/More Info: URL: http://www.webpages.uidaho.edu/~rfrey/Logging%20Railroad.htm (Added: 05-Feb-2009)
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