Standard Layouts :: N-Scale


  • Model T
  • Model S
  • Model L
  • Model C
  • Model B
  • Example

Two trains can be operated simultaneously (Included). The pictures show just one example of how the layout could be detailed. Comes with 2 trains (1 freight, 1 passenger), all structures, trees, and DCC-Control system.

  • Delivery time: 4 weeks
  • Price: US-$ 3,750.00 plus shipping/delivery
  • Terms: 50% up front/50% on delivery
  • Accepted payment methods: Cash, Major Credit Card (+ 2.75% processing fee), Check

If you would like to have the scenery customized to your personal taste, just drop us a line to our workshop-department. We will work with you to fit your customizing desires into the budget.

The following pictures show a scenery example:

Model T 2D-view Model T 3D-view  Layout at customer store
  Layout bound to be delivered.  

This switching layout can be used stand - alone or in conjunction with our other models. If offers ample switching opportunities. If this module is connected to other layouts of our assortment, spotting cars will be challenging as the double tracked main has to be crossed from time to time...

Switching Layout [Model S] Switching Layout [Model S] 

This layout's main purpose is to serve as a double tracked return loop for continous running. It may also be used as a small switching layout. In order to conceal the loop a bit, I envisioned a small harbor with a couple of loading dock tracks.

Return Loop [Model L] Return Loop [Model L] 

This 3 ft by 3 ft section can be used stand-alone as a Diorama, or as an outside corner in conjunction with our other standard layouts.

It features a double tracked main line and two sidings which may - for instance - serve as loading tracks for a coal tipple.

Corner module
Corner module

The bridge module (Model B) is mainly used to span a room door if you want to create a layout around the walls. The module is 36" wide and 12" deep, enough to span a regular room door.

Bridge module 36 in. Bridge module 36 in.

This picture shows just one of the many possible combinations of our standard layouts: