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Resources



Signs

Both road and rail use signposts to convey information for example speed limit signs. Nowadays signs are everywhere. To produce a good looking layout it is important to cover it in the correct signposts. This both gives you more detail in your layout and more accuracy. Below is a word document that you can download  some signs which I have used on my layout.

Preview Download Model Railway Signs Sample

Sign Sheet Download: Click Here

You can buy these from model shops but why buy when you can print your own. I printed mine on glossy photo paper and then painted the back grey for realism. I then mounted them on a length of thin metal rod which I also painted them an appropriate colour.


Brick

This is a red brick which has an old look to it. I have used it to line my loco shed. I am very pleased with the overall look of the building. All it needs is some roof tiles or corrugated sheets to finish it off.

Preview of Downloadable Model Railway Brick

Simply print this brick off on white paper (no need for photo paper as bricks are not meant to look glossy). You can resize them if you want them to be larger or smaller.

Preview of Downloadable Model Railway Brick Sample

 Brick Sheet Download: Click Here


Loco Shed

Simple print, glue to card and stick together.

Brick Loco Shed Download: Click Here pdf


Waiting Shelter

Free Model Railway Shelter

This free downloadable shelter has been provided by Scalescenes.com, so you can see for yourself how easy it is to download, print and create realistic scale buildings for your layout. Scroll down, select your scale below.
  • Includes bench seat and easy to lay roof tiles.
  • Realistic optional graffiti for modern image layouts
  • Easy to follow illustrated instructions.
  • Available in OO and N scale.

 

 

Download -- OO version

Download -- N version


Future

I hope in the near future to create buildings that can be downloaded and assembled but I will have too look in to this.

If anyone has any resource they would like to share please email me at: info@newrailwaymodellers.co.uk  

 

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