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Layout Tours : N Scale

Virtual layout tours of N Scale model railroads.

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Bar Mills - Niagara & Pearl Creek Railroad Co. New Open link in new window
Before there was "Bar Mills" there was this little layout... we still often show it during shop tours!

Welcome to the "Niagara & Pearl Creek Railroad Co."! Started in 1992, this modeling effort has survived a move to Maine in 1998, as well as a substantial revision that was needed to fit it into its' new quarters in Bar Mills, Maine. The layout is 80% complete,

Site Details/More Info: URL: https://www.barmillsmodels.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=3&Itemid=9999 (Added: 18-Jan-2017)
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BNSF's Horsethief Bridge Subdivision Open link in new window
BNSF and UP in the Pacific Northwest. DCC, lightweight plywood benchwork modules, transportable for conventions.
Site Details/More Info: URL: https://www.facebook.com/1635226546693196/photos/pcb.1719372554945261/1719372328278617/?type=3 (Added: 20-Mar-2008)
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CSXT Shenandoah Division Open link in new window
This web site features the design, construction, and operations of the CSXT Shenandoah Division, a 17' x 43' double-deck N scale model railroad.

Follow the Design, Construction, and Operations links for more information. The layout plans are contained in the Design area, while progress reports will be published periodically in the Construction section, so be sure to check back often and follow the work on the Shenandoah Division.

Site Details/More Info: URL: http://www.shendiv.com (Added: 24-Dec-2006)
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Island Pacific Railroad Open link in new window
Welcome to the ISLAND PACIFIC RAILROAD website. The website deals with my G Scale garden railroad located in the gardens out back of the house and with my N Scale layout inside. It is graphic intensive with many photographs and can be slow in loading but please be patient, the pictures are worth the wait.

The garden railroad has been undergoing expantion and improvements each year since inception and now has approximately 400 feet of track. This past year saw a new "old" trestle added and a number of new buildings in the village

Site Details/More Info: URL: http://islepacrr.tripod.com/ (Added: 19-Mar-2003)
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Lake Erie & Ohio Railway Open link in new window
Private modular N scale layout built for use at select Teen Association of Model Railroaders (TAMR) display tables. Scenery-oriented with local switching capabilities. Includes photos and list of shows we will be attending, among others.
Site Details/More Info: URL: http://www.chescweb.com/leo/ (Added: 02-May-2005)
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Model railroads in Germany Ed Pick Open link in new window
A huge urban dead end terminus station on a small 6,6 x 3,3 feet model train table? And, in addition, a continuous run for long trains? Seems to be an almost impossible undertaking at first. But when I came up in 2008 with this idea, room space, time and budget were short. So how to proceed? Doing the BIG Bluff was the answer! See the track plan for more details. Here the pictures and the "Making of"!

The website gives information about model railroading in Germany (manufacturers, scales) and features a 1:160 scale layout of the Munich Central Station.

Site Details/More Info: URL: http://www.model-train.org/ (Added: 21-May-2013)
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Northern New England Scenic Model Railroad Open link in new window
Proto-freelance model railroad featuring portions of the Maine Central and B&M Railroads in NH and VT in the 1960s.
Site Details/More Info: URL: http://nnescenicmodelrr.com (Added: 14-Sep-2016)
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Oakland Harbor Belt Open link in new window
The Oakland Harbor Belt is my proto-freelanced N scale model railroad set in 1955. The layout is under construction now and will include scenes around the Alameda and Oakland, CA areas, with an emphasis on yard and industry switching.
Site Details/More Info: URL: http://home.earthlink.net/~hendoweb/ohb/ (Added: 30-Oct-2006)
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PH & LF RailRoad Association, US N-scale in Holland Open link in new window
US style modular model railroad in N scale (1:160) based upon the Ntrak standards.
Site Details/More Info: URL: http://www.phlfrra.com (Added: 15-Oct-2001)
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South Eastern Railroad Open link in new window
Welcome to the South Eastern Railroad, SER, which is a N-scale model railroad built one module, 3 feet, at the time according to the Fremo standard which is not quite true because I have one module that's 4 feet long called Wheetland Plaines.
Site Details/More Info: URL: http://www.fasth.de/ntill/ (Added: 30-Nov-2010)
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