Amtrak’s Empire Builder is running late but fast, heading south toward Chicago along the Mississippi’s western bank on 8-7-11, a warm, humid, overcast day at Lake City, Minnesota. Enjoy the Doppler effect of the horn as the train jams past the grade crossing! Video Rating: 0 / 5
We found this train layout while we were on vacation at Silver Lake, Michigan this year. The caboose in the middle video is where Mr. Ure keeps his controls and stuff for the layout. I have the Shining Time Station Theme featured here. DISCLAIMER: I don’t own the rights to the STS theme. Video Rating: 0 / 5
Question by email@example.com: How much does the “Salt Lake Route” cost?
I was thinking about building “the Salt Lake Route” by model railroader magazine. I am also aware that you can build it in both N and HO scales
So, how much does it cost to build the entire layout (minus the trains themselves)? If you could, please tell me how much it would be for each step… track, scenery, benchwork, buildings, ect. Also, please give me all sources………
Thanks for you help!
By the way, i would like you to give me the pricing in both scales but I am most interested in N-scale
Answer by JB Partial answer: Kato makes the “Salt Lake Route” Double track layout assortment, item #20-2010, in N scale. The MSRP (list price) is $ 760. It may be discounted at your local hobby shop or at web retailers.