O-Gauge Model Railroad: Layout Photos

Lionel Hiawatha passenger train runs on lower level, while PRR Aerotrain operates on the middle level in this November 2008 photo.
The Elephant Car Wash animated sign on the front of the layout compares well with the real thing (day and night) in Rancho Mirage, CA. This animated sign was added to the layout in 2006:

On the mountain, next to the HO trolley tracks is a lone Reading caboose. This sturdy HO scale car was made by A.C. Gilbert Co. and is the only remnant of an HO freight set my dad bought for me in 1951. The lighted interior has the original bulb and it still works.
Close-up of Edsel-Town Motors, showing a blue Pacer hardtop parked in front, two convertibles in the showroom and a pink Citation four-door at far right.
The Edsel-Town Motors used car lot is chock full of low mileage Edsels.
A mural is used to define tunnel leading to Pennsylvania Turnpike. Pale yellow Nash Rambler enters tunnel; '57 Ford PA state patrol car exits.
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More Train Info & Photos

Main Page - Introduction
Overview - General description
Aerial photo - Large photo overview of layout
Photorama - Several pages of photos
Construction - Progress photos and descriptions
Layout storage - How we move and store this train layout
Inventory list - It continues to grow
Frequently asked questions - And answers to them
Tips for a better layout - Ten helpful suggestions
My grandson's layout - A simple model railroad for kids
GM Aerotrain - 1950s Train of the Future
Hiawatha - The first streamlined steam loco
PRR Consolidation - Pennsy's steam freight workhorse
PRR GG1 - The most famous electric locomotive on earth
PRR Mallet - Pennsy's big, powerful steam freight hauler
PRR MP54 - Serving commuters for over 50 years
PRR T1 - Sleek and massive Pennsy steam power

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