Discover the history of the bi-level autorack with Model Train Stuff, and shop our brand new selection of HO Scale Intermountain Bi-Level Autorack cars.
New highly anticipated products were released, and with most of us spending more time at home, many of our hobby projects that had been put off were completed or expanded, and some even used this time to discover model railroading for the very first time.
A legacy of a love for model trains is often born out of connections with the real thing; especially when a family member has worked with them.
One of the oldest brands in model railroading history, Lionel has been a household name for over a century. Look out for the latest arrivals in the new Lionel HO Scale range throughout the coming months!
With more than 60 years of experience in the model train industry alone, Bachmann is one of the oldest, most popular model train manufacturers. Here are our top 5 Bachmann train sets to get you started in model railroading.
With the restoration of Big Boy #4014 by the Union Pacific railway in 2019, and the locomotive’s subsequent participation in the Spike150 celebrations in Utah, both Athearn Genesis and Broadway Limited Imports have rereleased their HO Scale Big Boys with new features and details, paying tribute to this now famous example. In this article, we’re …
Found across the country from small towns to major cities, yards are the beating heart of the railroad. Here are our top 5 tips for making your model train railroad yard.
While not the largest of North American railroads, the Erie Railroad was a significant influence on the economic and social development of the Northeastern United States during the late 1800s and first half of the 20th century, particularly along the Southern Tier of New York State. In this article, we’re looking at the rich history …
Streetcars can be a great addition to any layout, whether featured as a major component, or as an element of interest in a larger scene. In this article, we’re going to look at the hallmarks of North American streetcar systems, and how to incorporate them into your layout.
One of the great things about model railroading is the ever-increasing durability of available products. Most new or recent locomotives, rolling stock, and track, will likely yield many years of enjoyable use, with minimal maintenance required. However, to ensure a long lifespan for your collection, some basic TLC will always be needed. By keeping on …