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 model railroad buildings pack 1


You'll receive the big train station, 6 low-relief buildings (for background scenes), 6 shipping containers, a signal box, general store, engine shed and a lot more. Purchased on their own these cost $144.48, however TODAY you will pay just $47 --- a huge saving of $97.48. That calculates at only $2.23 each!


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These model railroad structures are incredibly easy to put together and they come with amazing detailing, so you will not need to buy model paints to finish them off. You simply download these P.D.F files, print each to the size you want, and use the simple assembly diagrams. Scaling them is really easy too. You just alter the % setting when you print to scale them.

Here's a list of precisely what you'll get:


1. B420 Railway Shed $4.50 railroad shed model 2. B423 Church and Tower $7.97 church model 
3. B425 House $8.97 model house 4. B427 Shop (General Store) $7.90 general store
5. B433 Waiting Shelters $4.90 bus shelter model 6. B432 Signal Box $7.50 signal box model
7. B435 Loco Shed $9.95 engine shed model 8. B430 Shipping Containers $6.50 shipping containers model
9. B438 Crossing Shanty with Tool Shed $5.50 crossing shanty model 10. B424 Office Building $9.95 office building model

11.  B442 Station (small) Platform


$5.50  train station platform 12.  B441 Station (large) Platform $7.50 railway station platform
13. B421 Cabin $4.50 cabin model 14. B429 Restaurant $7.50 restaurant model
15. B434 Railway Station $9.95 railway station 16. B447. Office Building $6.50 model of office building 
17. B448 Brick  Building $7.50 brick office building 18. B449. 3 Level Building $5.97 building with shop
19. B450. Apartment & Shop $4.90 Apartment Shop 20. B451. Apartment Shop $5.50 Apartment Store
21. B452. 4 Level Building $5.97 4 Level Building

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Each building kit includes simple to follow drawings showing how each part joins together. No expensive tools or equipment is required. A craft knife and some adhesive are the key tools. The kits can be constructed using card e.g. an old cereal pack, or you can use foam (or corflute) - both very inexpensive and available at most Hardware DIY stores.


You are able to print any number of copies if they are for yourself, but you permitted give away the P.D.F., files or copies (unless perhaps you are purchasing them for a gift). It is a breach of copy right to trade, or to sell them.

If you wish to adjust the scale-size, that's very simple to do:

  • OO - scale > print the PDF to the original size - 100%
  • HO - scale > reduce it down to 87%
  • S - scale > enlarge the PDF to 118%
  • Z - scale > reduce to 35%
  • N - scale > reduce to 48%

To grab these kits just click on the above order button ... and your kits will be available within less than 5-minutes to your P.C. You can save the files on your hard drive, save them on a disk, or to a memory stick for when you need them.


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Easy and Really Inexpensive Ways
For Making Model Railroad Trees

Article supplied by Ron Waterson

Trees are an essential part of any railroad scenery. Unless it’s an underground subway, a railroad always has trees. So you are building your railroad and are at the stage where you need to make trees. How do you do it? Well, you can take the easy way out and buy readymade trees or buy do it yourself kits or trees from online model train shops like Woodland Scenics. Not only is this not as much fun, you might feel like you didn’t put in as much effort in making model railroad trees as you might have. What’s more, the trees that you buy from a hobby shop or online model train supplier are pretty expensive when compared to making your own!

There are many ways, you can construct your own trees at home inexpensively. Here are some ways you can do this:

Take a Walk and Keep Your Eyes Wide Open

You might not realize it, but there are many things available right in your backyard that can be excellent tree replacements! If you don’t have a garden or backyard, you can take a walk and visit the nearest park in your area. There you will be able to discover lots of things that can be ideal for your trees, shrubs and bushes. You can pick twigs and dried leaves, cut them up according to your scale and then glue them together to look like trees. You can even pick some grass, dry it and then stick that on twigs to make trees.

You can also make a variety of trees like evergreens, deciduous trees and make clusters to form forests. Follow the tips below and make your model railroad as life like as possible:

Evergreen Trees

When you take a walk in your garden or in the park, be sure to collect pine cones. These can be used to make excellent trees. Shave the cones off the outer layer so all you are left with is the core. Make a milk-like concoction of white glue and water and put the cone into it. While its wet, sprinkle green foam on it. Make sure the color is dark green. At the bottom of the cone, drill a hole and insert a small pin in it. You can even add a piece of wood to give the appearance of a tree trunk. Place this in your railroad's scenery.

Deciduous Trees

For deciduous trees, you can use sturdy twigs from shrubs or buy some dried vegetation from the store and color it to look like trees. You can also put lichen on the twigs to make it look like trees. Add some Walthers ground turf on top of the lichen to make it look more realistic. For the trunk of the trees, you can paint the wood brown or gray to make it look lifelike. For the roots, apply some Walthers Goo on your terrain near the trees and make zigzags with a tooth pick. When it dries it will give the appearance of tree roots.


If your theme requires that you make a forest, ensure that the front line of trees is very realistic as they will be highly visible. The trees at the back need not be perfect and you can even join lots of twigs to give the image of a dense forest. You can also add bare branches to give the notion of dead trees.

In summary, these are just a few of the options; there are several other tree making methods you might want to also consider. Making model railroad trees is a lot of fun and you can even get your friends and family involved to get the job done quickly. Trains will look very real when passing in front of or behind trees and vegetation. When the trains look real so does the railroad.





Model Buildings

B419 Railway Shed
B420 Railroad Shed
B421 Cabin
B530 Silos
B423 Church
B424 Office Building
B425 House
B426 Barn Grain Silo
B427 Shop
B428 Grain Elevator
B429 Restaurant
B430 Containers
B431 Small Train Station
B432 Signal Box
B433 Waiting Shelter
B434 Railway Station
B435 Engine Shed
B436 Engine Shed
B437 Engine Shed
B438 Crossing Shanty
B439 Telegraph Office
B440 Railway Goods Depot
B441 Station Platform
B443 Factory Farm Building
B444 Barn and WC
B445 Tractor Shed
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