Realistic Modeling for Toy Trains: A Hi-Rail Guide
Dennis Brennan shows step-by-step how various creative elements of a layout fit together using his Sandy Harbor Terminal Railway. Practical building techniques and realistic modeling concepts, explain how you can build a hi-rail toy train layout.
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