JULY/AUGUST 2021: This issue we visit Rich Randall’s Milwaukee Road in the first installment of a two-part series. John McEnerney concludes his adventure of restoring a Max Gray Southern Pacific AC-4 Cab Forward. We start a new series with Part 1 of “Pour Me A River” from George Pandelios. We’ll follow the creation of a river scene and how a bridge installation of large magnitude unfolds over the next year. Lastly, Charles Goodrich will teach us how to improve the appearance of a Weaver flatcar. All this and more in the July/August 2021 issue of O Scale Trains!

Atlas Purchases M.T.H.’s O Scale Tooling

Atlas Purchases M.T.H.’s O Scale Tooling

The news comes a month after Scale Trains announced that it would be purchase M.T.H.’s HO and S scale tooling.


Scale-Craft Part 1: American Model Engineers and Early Years

Scale-Craft Part 1: American Model Engineers and Early Years

Scale-Craft was one of the big names in pre-war O scale. Scale-Craft offered a broad and very popular line of models, including locomotives, freight cars, and passenger cars.


O Scale Old Weathered Barn from Woodland Scenics

O Scale Old Weathered Barn from Woodland Scenics

If you have a farm scene in mind for your model railroad, the Woodland Scenics Old Weathered Barn will fit any time frame from the late 1800s to present day.


Review: Double “T” Tilt-up Building by Pecos River Brass

Review: Double “T” Tilt-up Building by Pecos River Brass

Easy to build, this modern tilt-up structure will stand out on your railroad if you model the late 1960s up to the present day.


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