Creating your first Large Scale Outdoor Model Railroad

April 2013
Model Railroad News;Apr2013, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p58
The article offers information on outdoor model railroading. It is said that a basic a basic primer on outdoor model railroading will be offered by the journal to provide model railroader with a general sampling and survey of what one might do in garden large scale trains. Model railroaders should do a bit of background study from various books available on outdoor model railroading.


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