Set of Vehicles and Structures in HO Scale

Here are shown several virtual vehicles, buildings and structures in HO scale (1:87) which are created with the figures in SCARM by Johan Gustin. Download the SCARM project files with these items from the links below and use them in your own SCARM projects and track plans.

You can move and rotate the objects in order to fit to the desired position on your track plan. See the gallery below and click on the 3D images to see the structures in more details.

Thank you, Johan, for sharing your virtual SCARM models of these vehicles and structures with all other model train fans and SCARM users :)

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7 thoughts on “Set of Vehicles and Structures in HO Scale

  1. What information do you require to build a new track library? Do you model the cross section profile? I’m thinking about the “E – R Models MONORAIL”.

  2. In general, I will need all dimensions and track geometry data. And yes, I can model the cross section profile if I have its dimensions. If you have some resource (link or catalog) where these tracks are described, let me know and I will see what I can do.

  3. Hello Mark,

    If you want to share your SCARM track plans, models and/or structures, just send me the project files (by email to ) and I will then review and publish them on SCARM website.

  4. Can objects that are part of track plans that are on the website be used in another track plan. If so How do you do it. There are some really great buildings and bridges that I would like to use in my track plan.
    thank you

  5. Hello Gerard,
    Here is how:
    1. Download the project with the objects and open it in SCARM;
    2. Select the desired object in it and copy it (using Ctrl+C) in the clipboard;
    3. A) Open second instance of SCARM and load your track plan in it OR B) close the project and open your own layout in the same instance of SCARM;
    4. Paste the object copied in step 2 (using Ctrl+V);
    5. The pasted object may be outside of the visible area, so use “View” > “Scale” > “Fit to screen” if you cannot see it;
    6. Move and rotate the pasted object where you want it to be on your layout.
    That’s it.

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