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Jareks Hobby Club

Jareks Hobby Club

Build an incredibly detailed model railroad for almost nothing with this step by step plan

If you’ve ever drooled over those amazingly detailed (And incredibly realistic looking) model railways and wanted to build one then you need to read this.

Those railways look extremely complicated don’t they?

But this is only if you don’t know what you’re doing…

You see, there are many things which go into building a model railway.

You have to plan out a layout that fits and looks good in the space you have available.

Plus you have to do it on a budget and can’t afford to make mistakes.

And when you finally get it all set up your trains don’t run smoothly, stop and start or breakdown completely.

I ran into these problems myself when I first tried to build a model railway.

But then I read a book called “Model Trains for Beginners” by model train enthusiast Dan Morgan.

Dan has been building trains for since the age of 6 and has more than 42 years of experience.

Now he’s taken a lifetime of experience and turned it into a step by step guide to building the model railway of your dreams.

You’ll learn everything you need to know, including how to deal with pushy sales people at your local hobby shop. Most of the time these people know very little about trains and just want to sell you the most expensive thing on the shelf.

Dan will show you what to buy and from where, and how to get the maximum bang for your buck.

He will show you how to get started quick and how to avoid the common mistakes that beginners make.

You’ll learn how to create realistic but functional layout with gorgeous looking scenery.

He teaches you the secrets of natural looking trees and tunnels. And how to build fences, rocs, roads and more from common household items. You’ll also learn how to give your trains that “Aged” look with rust, mud and tire marks.

Plus the best way to create grassed meadows and fields.

(And how to keep the noise from your model railway down.)

With this book you can build a model railway even if you are not creative and have no electrical knowledge.

And I know that building a model railway can seem expensive and time consuming.

You have to plan the layout for the space you have available, build the model train table, put together mountains, bridges, ponds and waterfalls…plus there’s the electrical side and making sure you don’t short circuit the equipment you’ve spent months saving for!

But with this step by step plan you’ll do it within the budget, timeline and space you have available.

And even thought this book was created for beginners, there’s advanced information for intermediates as well.

This book will inspire you to take this fun and rewarding hobby up and will give you new ideas if you’re already building railroads.

Here’s where to get Model Railroads for Beginners

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