I do not have a permanent layout. I build dioramas, modules and I build a lot of temporary
layouts with my Trix C-track. Whenever I do not use my track I store them in plastic containers
from a Swedish company called Orthex Group. Their SmartStore boxes are very good and come in all
sorts of sizes and variations. [More]
Woodland Scenics has a product called Realistic Trees. You can buy them factory assembled or you
can buy them in kits (including both armatures and clump foliage) and assemble them yourself.
The kit price is obviously way cheaper, you can also buy a value-pack of armatures and buy the
clump foliage seperately, which is even cheaper. Check out how I created som really cool pine
trees using the Woodland Scenics kit. [More]
For what eventually turned out to be the Winter Diorama, I wanted a small station house that
could be a station on a German branch line. The station Blumenfeld (Flower Field) from Faller is
that type of station. Read about the prototype and follow a long as I assemble the building.
I build my model railway modules according to the FREMO standards or at least somewhat close to
that. What this means you can read about on the FREMO website. This article is about building a