JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2022: In this issue we visit Lee Bishop’s exquisitely detailed On30 “Tweetsie” inspired layout. George Pandelios’ “Pour Me A River” bridge story continues with Part 3 on the West Virginia shore and approach from the east. Charles Goodrich returns with a second installment of loads for flatcars rife with realistic examples useful for modelers. Also in this issue we also feature the concluding portion on scratchbuilding a Blacksmith Shop from Lex Parker. Finally, we take trip down memory lane with a selection of photos from Terrell Colson looking back at the All Nation Hobby Shop and the product displays that graced his youth. All this and more in the January/February 2022 issue of O Scale Trains!

Improving a Weaver Flatcar

Improving a Weaver Flatcar

A few simple modifications along with some details and fresh weathering can greatly improve the appearance of an old Weaver flatcar model.


Pour Me a River: Part 1

Pour Me a River: Part 1

George Pandelios O scale river crossing scene was inspired in part by Grif Teller’s painting for the 1953 Pennsylvania Railroad calendar titled “Crossroads of Commerce.”


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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