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Posts About On-A-Budget
Fences are everywhere and if you want your model railway to look realistic you’ll want them on your layout.
Here’s a how to make fences yourself for little more than the price of box of matches.
If you create buildings for your model railway, at some point you’ll want to simulate glass for the windows. Here’s what did and didn’t work on my models.
Looking for an easy, quick, alternative to setting up your model railway on the dinner table or floor? Here’s a low cost alternative that won’t break the bank.
In the rain…
If you want beautiful hills and valleys but are struggling with ugly bumps that look like lumpy mole hills and messy disasters these budget techniques by model making gurus are for you.
Using the pre-made commercial hedges on your model railway can be expensive what if there was a way to get hedgerows for a few pounds. Here’s how you can make your own.
This tip is so obvious it’s frequently overlooked yet it’s possibly the one of the most effective and certainly cheapest alternatives to off the shelf static grass applicators.
If you’re looking for soil, dirty or sand material for your landscape, park any thoughts of buying scatter materials and head to the kitchen with this weeks Thrifty Thursday Model Railway Building Tip.
Looking for way to add rocks, mountains and cliff faces to your model railway. Looking to do it on a budget? Here’s a dirt cheap technique to create ultra realistic rocks I’ve used on my railways
Looking to build a model railway on a tight budget? Here’s the first in a new series on making model railways when you’re on a tight budget, starting with trees.