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.
The dust has settled on the demolition of my Windsor St layout, and I wanted to pull together all the photos I have posted of it over the years into one big post.
I have decided to do a little MA&PA modeling (since we now live across the street from it). First step? Building MPA #26. So far I’ve gotten the tender sorted out.
This post is generally just a photo dump of some TTRAK stuff that either I or my parents have been working on.