Hints, tips and products for model railway enthusiasts.

5 Must-Have Tools To Transform Your Track Work From Terror To Triumph

There are an astonishing 10,072 miles of track in the UK. [more]

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Fitting Point Motors – how to save yourself time now and avoid disruption later

Point motors are expensive and fitting them under baseboards takes time which often holds up layout construction. Here's a great way to get your track laid now while still [...]

Backscenes without detail

Making a backscene without costly printers and buying a commercial background. [...]

Making my model railway man-cave a bit more comfortable

I spend a lot of time in my model railway man-cave. It's time to add a few creature comforts. [...]

Ready but not able?

It's a sore spot for many railway modellers. What are your thoughts? [...]

Monday Money Savers: cheap model masking tape

Use masking tape in your model making? Here's a quick money saving tip. [...]

6 videos about track laying you have to watch

Everything you need to know about successfully laying track and track tips galore in 6 must-watch videos. [...]

Damaged Track, What Can I Do?

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I was recently testing a locomotive on my layout and managed to damage a section of track in the process. Here's how I fixed it. [...]

What you can learn from E.T.

Can it really be 36 years? [...]

Model Railway Engineer Wins Its First Award

Towards the end of last year, I received an odd email. [...]

An effective but surprisingly simple to making points look better: Sunday Scribbles

This is an effective but surprisingly simple tip to give your points a little bit of extra realism. [...]
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