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Rolling into the weekend we’ve got a showcase of great modeling for you this week, including pristine scenery, gloriously grimy weathering, and even an HO scale cab ride. Click on the links below to see them all and be sure to share your own work on our social media pages.
Through the Northwoods
The Copper Country Hiawatha rolls through Hillside Junction where the tower operator has stepped out to get a closer view of the action. Modeler @navyguy89 used a custom weathered WalthersProto® FP7 to lead his distinctive Milwaukee Road passenger train
It takes the eye of an artist to create a balanced model railroad scene. Perfectly blending foreground scenery, background trees, and a backdrop that adds depth, this vintage rural road by Mountain Goat Models looks like a real-world photo at first glance.
There’s No Place
Surrounded by Mother Nature, this mountain retreat sure looks like a place that we’d like to visit. Poster @oliver_asis used a Walthers Cornerstone American Bungalow as the centerpiece of this idyllic setting.
Model Train Cab Ride
Who wouldn’t want an engineer’s view of their layout? That’s just what ModelTrain HO did on their layout using a miniature camera in a locomotive.
Weathered to Perfection
Poster @missphancypants did a great job making this plastic HO scale trailer look like it’s made of rusty, grimy metal. Click on the white arrow to see more of her recent weathering project.
We hope you enjoy these scenes and discussions as much as we enjoy bringing them to you!
Check out our newest announcements in the recent Spring 2021 Walthers Direct video.
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