Model Train Layouts & Track Plans



This is the most complete online database for free model train track plans and layouts of SCARM projects and designs. Search it for railway layouts and railroad track plans by scale, size, tracks and other criteria. Download the files and see them in 2D editor and 3D viewer of SCARM track planner.

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5 Projects Found


The N-scale Attic Layout of Lend33    6171 views since 11 Dec 2018
Scale: N (1/160)
Size: Extra Large
Dimen­sions: 366cm x 350cm; 144" x 138"; 12′ x 11.5′
Area: 12.81m2; 15.32yd2
Type: Complex (Closed section with Open parts)
Line: Mixed (Single + Double)
Traffic: Passenger, Freight, Shunting/Switching
Epoch/Era: II, III, IV / Steam, Transition, Modern
Scene: Suburban/Town, Industrial, Coastal
Trackage: Kato N Unitrack, Atlas N Code 100 (flexes)
Turnouts: Electric
Author: Lend33
Designed with: SCARM Software for Model Railroaders
Large U-shaped train layout with 3 main lines, for servicing a city, town, village, several industries and even a port with 2-spur train ferry. See more

The Future Train Layout of Roger in N Scale    11832 views since 12 May 2017
Scale: N (1/160)
Size: Large
Dimen­sions: 490cm x 490cm; 193" x 193"; 16.1′ x 16.1′
True Area: 11m2; 12.03yd2
Type: Closed Route
Line: Single, with Branch(es)
Traffic: Passenger, Freight, Shunting/Switching
Epoch/Era: II, III, IV / Transition, Modern
Scene: Plain, Suburban/Town, Industrial, Riverside
Trackage: Kato N Unitrack, Walthers N (130' turntable)
Turnouts: Electric
Author: Roger Perkins
Designed with: SCARM Track Planning Software
One large L-shaped layout with single main line, passing around many regions with various structures and scenery details, such as terminus station, town areas and industrial zones, buildings with different facilities like grain elevator, silos, factories and one quite big depot with 2 turntables and 3 roundhouses. See more

The Layout Room of John in N Scale (updated)    29124 views since 15 May 2014
Scale: N (1/160)
Size: Extra Large
Dimen­sions: 399cm x 334cm; 157" x 131"; 13.1′ x 11′
Area: 13.33m2; 15.94yd2
Type: Closed Route
Line: Mixed (Double + Triple), with Branch(es)
Traffic: Passenger, Freight, Shunting/Switching
Epoch/Era: III, IV, V / Transition, Modern
Scene: Suburban/Town, Industrial, Riverside
Trackage: Kato N Unitrack, Walthers N turntable
Turnouts: Electric
Author: John Lemay
Designed with: SCARM Software for Model Railroaders
One large around-the-walls layout in N scale, which is representing parts of DM&IR (Missabe) railway, designed in SCARM by John Lemay. See more

12x12 L-shaped Train Layout in N    16891 views since 13 Jan 2015
Scale: N (1/160)
Size: Medium
Dimen­sions: 366cm x 366cm; 144" x 144"; 12′ x 12′
True Area: 4.6m2; 5.03yd2
Type: Closed Route
Line: Double, with Branch(es), with Reverse Loop(s)
Traffic: Passenger, Freight, Shunting/Switching
Epoch/Era: III, IV, V / Transition, Modern
Scene: Suburban/Town, Industrial
Trackage: Atlas N Code 80
Turnouts: Electric
Author: David Weaver
Designed with: SCARM Software for Model Railroaders
Large L-shaped layout in N scale with double main line and several sidings. See more

Nathan's Pass Railroad Layout in N Scale    38797 views since 08 Oct 2014
Scale: N (1/160)
Size: Small
Dimen­sions: 244cm x 122cm; 96" x 48"; 8′ x 4′
Area: 2.97m2; 3.56yd2
Type: Closed Route
Line: Double, with Branch(es)
Traffic: Passenger, Freight, Shunting/Switching
Epoch/Era: III, IV, V / Modern
Scene: Suburban/Town
Trackage: Kato N Unitrack, Atlas N (flex-tracks)
Turnouts: Electric
Author: Ralph Gauthier
Designed with: SCARM Model Train Layouts Editor
This is a version of Nathan's Pass layout plan, designed in SCARM by Ralph Gauthier. It is a N scale doubled line folded dog bone for continuous running of 2 trains and a couple of sidings for switching. See more


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