I promised an update so here is the work I've completed so far.
Interestingly I find I'm using the blog posting process to overcome any procrastination to force myself to make progress on this module.
Knowing that the area I wanted to recreate would fit on a T-Trak module I thought the best place to start would be with the roads and pavements. The Stadtbahn itself runs right across the middle of the board and laying the roads/pavements would help me make a more accurate guess at th
Wow, doesn't time fly?
Back in January I wrote my first post about how I built a light-weight and relatively cheap T-Trak module using Gatorboard. Since then almost three months have passed but in that time I've finally decided what to model and have actually made a start.
So what did I chose to build on my first module?
After weeks of deliberation, trying to decide whether to create a river bridge scene, a US rail-served industrial building, a city scene
I've been blogging about real-World locations that might make good modules or cameos on my own website for a while now and I've recently become very interested in building T-Trak modules. In a nutshell, T-Trak is a set of standards for building very small modules. The standard ‘single’ module is only 308mm wide and 355mm deep. If you model in N scale like I do this means that a ‘single’ module represents about 50m x 57m of the real World. You can find out more about T-Trak here: http:/