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Model Trains – Train Tables, Train Sets & More
Everything you need to know about model trains. Learn about electric train sets, train sets for kids and how to build model trains.
standard gauge - definitions of standard gauge for model trains
Definition: As with prototype trains, gauge is the measure of the distance between the rails. Standard Gauge has two different meanings with model trains: 1.
Selling Model Trains - About.com
Question: Selling Model Trains. "How do I sell my old train?" Is one of the most common questions at any train show or even here on this site. There are lots of ...
Tips for Appraising Value of Model Trains - About.com
Question: Appraising Model Trains. What are my old model trains worth? It's a common question with a complicated answer. Answer: First, the simple answer: I  ...
Buying And Selling Model Trains - About.com
It is important to understand the basics of buying and selling model railroad trains to make sure you get the best deals. Model trains can be very expensive and a ...
How to Properly Clean Your Model Trains - About.com
Cleaning model trains is an inevitable task, but it doesn't have to be arduous. A train left sitting on a shelf for a few years can develop a surprising amount of dust  ...
Choosing the Right Train Set - Model Trains - About.com
All model trains are made to one of several common scales. This is the proportion to the prototye, or real trains. In general, hobby standards mean that trains of ...
What Is the Best Model Train Scale? - About.com
Model trains come in many different sizes, or scales. For those just getting started in the hobby, deciding on a scale for themselves or their children can be a big ...
Weathering Techniques for Model Trains - About.com
Hub of articles for various weathering techniques to age model trains.
N Scale Model Trains Introduction - About.com
N scale model trains are all proportioned 1:160 to the prototype. In other words, they are 1/160th the size of a real train. This makes N scale roughly 1/2 the size ...
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