I like to build, rebuild, break down, set up, build again, and again and rebuild and so it goes. In other words: I need a track system that is easy to use and easy to set up and take down. The Trix C track stands out when it comes to track systems with built-in track bed. The Trix C track is a derivative of the Märklin C tack, but without the center rail. Trix C track is built for 2-rail operation and comes complete with support for RP25 wheel sets and powered frogs. [More]
Updated: I have added additional images of the turnouts.
Some times real estate can be an issue when building a model railway. There are of course smaller scales and you might be tempted to go that way, but what if you desperately want to stick with H0? Some times smaller scales just does not appeal to you. The layout size is 1 x 1 meter (3.28 x 3.28 feet). [More]
Earlier this year, Märklin announced new larger curved points for the C track range. The points are made for both Märklin and Trix C track. Unfortunately, there was no drawing that showed how the geometry worked. This spawned a lot of guessing around the Internet. With the new Märklin and Trix catalogue hitting the streets, the guess work is over, because a drawing is now included. [More]
A long time ago, I started a small diorama series with the purpose of showing how I made the bases for my dioramas using Woodland Scenics Plaster Cloth and news papers. This article continues the diorama with the addition of NOCH plaster, a retaining wall and NOCH landscape colours. [More]