It’s Alive!

Scenery progress on my HO scale micro tropical layout went slowly at first, but progress has sped up more recently. Since the last post about my Tropical Pizza layout, which technically is probably not really a “pizza” layout as it doesn’t have a continuous loop of track, I have been Read more…

A Tropical Pizza

Left over scenery items, spare space, and left over insulation foam becomes the basis for a tropical themed HO scale micro layout. With the left over bamboo, palm trees, and agave plants purchased for the Brazilian Micro Layout, and a fairly large amount of XPS insulation foam left over from Read more…

Mais Bonito Brazilian

Vegetation and ground cover on the HO scale Brazilian Micro layout makes it is better looking and looking more like the region being modelled. “Mais bonito” in the title of this post is Portuguese and means “better looking”. Since the last post about my HO scale Brazilian–themed micro switchback layout, Read more…

Ruston Layout Scenery

Adding realistic scenery to a micro model railway layout gives the miniature trains some scenery to run through, and increases operating pleasure. On micro layout, scenery seems to be more important than it might seem to be on a much larger layout. This might be partially because of the sense Read more…