My breaks between my floor project have been adding up and things are starting to come together!
NCR layout progress continues with room improvements, more benchwork and some plan refinements.
I’m not messing around this time.
I miss my old Windsor Street Yard layout. While my coal country project was interesting, it just didn’t have the excitement (read, variety) I was really craving. It’s why it’s been sitting, just started, under TTRAK modules for the past year or so. The big stumbling block was that I could not come up with […]
When you’re the owner of a JFRTM pillow that came from your own JFRTM swag shop, it’s probably a good idea to actually do that from time to time. So this Labor Day weekend, I did.
I was starting to get burned out on messing with Atlas Code 55 track so I decided to take a break from working on my Coal Country plan and spend some time with my TTRAK modules.
I should be laying track. I should be laying track. I should be laying track. Instead I’m applying more pastels to cars.
It’s been a while since I posted an updated on my Coal Country layout and so I figured it was time. Progress has been occuring, but there’s nothing terribly exciting to see yet. I am lucky enough to be close enough to the area I’m modeling to visit. Even better, a friend of mine works […]
New house, new space, new project: it’s only taken a year. This time? We’re going up to coal country. Hard Coal Country.
I was recently discussing my foray into TTRAK and was asked for a quick how-to on how I build my modules. Here it is.