How to Build More Layout In Less Space Model Railroader Special Issue #8
How to Build More Layout In Less Space Model Railroader Special Issue #8
How to Build More Layout In Less Space Model Railroader Special Issue #8

How to Build More Layout In Less Space Model Railroader Special Issue #8

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How to Build More Layout In Less Space Model Railroader Special Issue #8
 
How to Build More Layout In Less Space Model Railroader Special Issue #8
Published 2010
78 Pages
6 One layout, one Mustang
A model railroad and an auto share a two-car garage/By Thomas Klimoski
14 8 design tips for small layouts
Planning an effective model railroad in a small space/By lain Rice
22 An introduction to multi-level layout design
Stacked scenes allow longer mainline runs/By Andy Sperandeo
27 Two-deck staging saves space
How the HO Milwaukee, Racine & Troy doubles its staging capacity By Andy Sperandeo
28 How to build a helix
Proven construction methods provide a smooth connection between decks By Jim Hediger
34 Grow your operations, not your layout
Prototypical practices stretch switching opportunities without adding more track/By Lance Mindheim
42 Build a better layout access gate
Aluminum and steel parts aren't affected by changes in humidity/By Don Ball
46 Rebuilding a large layout in a smaller space
Accept less layout to gain more model railroad/By John Pryke
54 Build multi-deck benchwork
A helix and staging in the workshop make the HO scale Sugar Pine Lumber Co. a practical layout/By Jeff Johnston
60 Small town for a narrow shelf
Combining photo backdrops with carefully placed models yields realistic results/By Bill Darnaby
66 Build a dual-purpose train elevator
A compact replacement for a flat staging yard and a helix
By Dave Marquis, Jim Robertson, John Giammasi, and Tony Gervasi
71 Use a display case as a train elevator
Drawer runners, a pulley, and a counterweight make it work/By Dennis H. Murphy
72 Scenery for shelf layouts
You can do more in a foot or two of depth than you may imagine/By Tony Koester
76 Build a lift-up end curve
This shelf layout now makes a continuous loop and still allows easy access to the rest of the room/By Bruce Petty

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