Z-scale trackplans

Carsten Weye Oct 10, 2011

  1. Carsten Weye

    Carsten Weye TrainBoard Member

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    So far I think the best ressource for Z-scale trackplans is David K Smiths Gallery on his website.
    I think there are many interesting trackplans out there, but they are mostly in other scales, so
    I've taken the liberty to convert so far two known trakplans in other scales to Z-scale.
    The first is Ed Lynch Milwaukee Railroad in Montana and the second is counting from the top Mike Fischers plan no. 42 on his website http://www.cke1st.com/m_train2.htm
    Hopeing that this gives them the credit they desserve for it, I show you here what I've been doing with them in Z. (All Rokuhan-track)

    I'm gonna do more like this in near future.

    EL-MILW_R_MT.jpg EL-MILW_R_MT_3D.jpg MF-42.jpg MF-42_3D.jpg
     
  2. OntarioTodd

    OntarioTodd TrainBoard Member

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    I downloaded Anyrail and found it to work quite well. All the major Z scale track is supported. The best thing is it's free!
     
  3. JoeS

    JoeS TrainBoard Member

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    Heck with all the track out there why not buy some and play? heck, eventually you'll find something neat. :D
     
  4. Carsten Weye

    Carsten Weye TrainBoard Member

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    Yes it's free, but I think you are limited to using only 50 pieces.

    I made my drawings with Scarm, and I find it very easy to use.
     

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