Monday, January 19, 2009

N Scale Model of a HO Train Layout



Posted with permission from David K Smith of http://www.whiteriverandnorthern.net



This is an N scale model of an HO scale train layout--a model of a model! Although it measures only 1/2-inch wide, the train runs and the station lights up. It's shown here with a dime.

(So, this would look good in a dollhouse!)

"This may be one of the crudest looking layouts you've ever laid eyes on, but before you pass such harsh judgment on it, take a guess at how big it is. You probably would not think that it's all of about a half-inch across the front. I nicknamed it the Sceniced and Ridiculously Small Railroad"

"In N Scale, the layout measures four by eight feet. And... it works. The train travels around the layout in either direction. It passes through a tunnel, through a bridge, past an illuminated passenger station, water tower, factory, and two houses. Plus trees, telephone poles and cars. Not to mention a waterfall and a river."




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5 comments:

Little Luxuries said...

Ohmigosh, that's incredible!

*runs off to see how he did it*

Debbie said...

What incredible attention to detail. So very tiny, fantastic...

The Carolina Quilter said...

This is fantastic. My Dad used to build train layouts and would love to see this! I'd love to own it! How wonderful.

Jody
Mini Leaps and Bounds

St├ęphanie Kilgast said...

OO that is truly amazing!

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