Grungy, Grimy, Weatherbeaten, and thats just Rick ! Seriously some of the best loco weathering, and wonderful scenery that was Penhale Bay. A layout sadly now dismantled, (but we eagerly await the Pheonix rising from the ashes) A must see layout. Click Image to Visit
Layout Design, Trackwork & Operation. Not sure if your design is going to work? Need help with the finishing touches? Trackwork causing no end of trouble? Post here and let's help you out. Operations also here.
The Lineside. This is for all those structures and other bits and pieces that make up the railway picture. Buildings, signals, bridges, tunnels, walling, ballasting, fencing, cars, trucks, figures etc. If you are scratchbuilding any of these items then please post under "Scratchbuilding"
Sub Forums: Buildings
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Improving & painting them.
Signals & signalling.
Electrics - DC This is the section for what is, at the moment, the most widely used system for powering your model railway.
Electrics - DCC DCC - Digital Command Control, the newest and most sophisticated method of operating your trains.
Sub Forums: DCC - Sound
This section tries to keep the subject of adding sound as simple as possible.
DCC Sound - Scratchbuilding.
This section for the more technically minded who are experimenting with sound.
RR & Co
Railroad and Co model railway computer control software.
RR & Co Tutorial and FAQs
Hopefully this forum will clarify and index a lot of the information that is currently available.
DCC - Tutorials
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Scenery Need help with the construction of the miniature world that your railway is going to live in? You just have to ask.
Sub Forums: Grass & Ground Cover
The many different ways of achieving the effect you want.
Trees, Bushes & Hedges
Some amazing examples here of what you can do.
Paint your own or use photographs, it's all here.
Rocks, water, terrain.
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Sadly Maxmill Junction has been dismantled and stored due to a house move.
Good news though, The wine cellar survived the move and has a new home !
More good news, Maxmill Lives on, here in the forum until its rebuild. Click Image to visit