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Hill & Tunnel Construction For Model Railway Layouts | Model Railway Hints, Tips, How To Articles and Reviews at Model Trains Online

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Hills and tunnels are an essential feature of all model railway layouts. Without them, you’d either be modelling the Fens or things would be looking a bit too flat for most realistic landscapes. Even towns and villages usually feature hills, so it’s important design them into your layout right from the start.

In this video, Everard Junction takes us through the basics of creating an embankment, hills and tunnels for your model railway layout using newspaper, cardboard and modRoc cloth.

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