Scenery

Every model railway layout needs some sort of scenery. Grass, trees, hedges and fields are all common sights along the majority of railway lines and therefore need to be modelled. This section offers step-by-step guides to modelling all forms of scenery.

Time is the enemy of scenic modellers. With it comes damage, dust, dirt and destruction. Here we offer basic tips ...

14/08/2019

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Here we offer up some advice for getting the best results from unassuming plastic telegraph poles, and the correct ...

06/08/2019

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Looking to add an instant splash of colour to your layout? Here we show you how with this spring scene creation. ...

17/07/2019

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There is a selection of ‘ready to pour’ products that make water easier than you think to model. Here we take a ...

10/07/2019

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Here we experiment with military modelling techniques to make more authentic-looking deciduous trees. ...

09/07/2019

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Transform the landscape of your layout by adding hedges and field barriers. ...

02/07/2019

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Kevin Phare’s cakeboxes are great examples of modelling in any scale. Here’s how he made the babbling brook in ...

18/06/2019

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Here we show you our top six tips on how to model roads, road markings and signs. ...

05/03/2019

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Watch the experts at Woodland Scenics show you how to create shrubs and bushes. ...

09/01/2019

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Trees are a vital part of a model railway. They add height and look pleasant too. Here are a few options to ...

01/12/2018

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Grass 'flock' can turn a bare baseboard into a life-like layout. Watch our video on how to use this simple and ...

20/09/2018

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Colouring bricks are usually simple enough, until we tried some laser-cut ones, where our 'usual' methods just ...

18/09/2018

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