Various SCARM Plans And Layouts From Internet (2)

This is the second post of a series of articles for the collection of SCARM track plans and layouts found in the World Wide Web. All these are just screenshots in 2D and/or 3D, but you can see the whole plans and use them for inspiration and ideas about your own current and future layouts.

1. The layout of Zombinowski – N scale

This is the layout, created by Zombinowski and found in It consists of two yards/stations in small inner oval, which is connected to a bigger outer crossed oval, allowing continuous running of two trains and many shunting operations. The real layout building already started and is in progress – see the pictures below.

  • Dimensions: 2438mm x 1016mm (96″ x 40″)
  • Epoch: II-IV
  • Trackwork: Kato N Unitrack
  • SCARM project file: n/a

See one more picture of the real layout in the thread, called Kato-Unitrack-Layout on the forum.

2. The track plan of Alfa3 – HO scale

This is a track plan, proposed by Alfa3 and presented in russian forum It consists of single oval with a small 4-line train station at bottom and two cargo/industry areas. It is intended for kids playing with up to four short trains (one of them running at a time) and shunting operations in the yards and the train station.

  • Dimensions: 2400mm x 1200mm (94.5″ x 47.25″)
  • Epoch: any
  • Trackwork: Roco HO GeoLine
  • SCARM project file: n/a

You can read more in the post of Alfa3 (in Russian) in the thread How to make normal HO layout on the forum.

3. The Kicking Horse Pass layout of Syrous – N scale

The idea of Syrous is shown in and is representing the CP line between Field BC and the famous Kicking Horse Pass. It is divided in two sides with the town of Field on back side (allowing for yard switching) and the pass over the Kicking Horse river in front.

  • Dimensions: 2438mm x 914mm (96″ x 36″)
  • Epoch: V-VI (modern)
  • Trackwork: Kato N Unitrack
  • SCARM project file: n/a

See more about Syrous layout in the thread of the same name – The Kicking Horse Pass to Field Sub on the forum.

See also
Various SCARM Plans And Layouts From Internet – the first article of the series

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