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


Extended Wabash Layout with Lionel O Gauge Fastracks    3268 views since 08 Nov 2019
Scale: O (1/48)
Size: Extra Large
Dimen­sions: 427cm x 305cm; 168" x 120"; 14′ x 10′
Area: 13.03m2; 15.59yd2
Type: Complex (Closed section with Open parts)
Line: Mixed (Single + Double), with Branch(es), with Reverse Loop(s)
Traffic: Passenger, Freight, Shunting/Switching
Epoch/Era: III, IV, V / Transition, Modern
Scene: Plain, Industrial, Riverside
Trackage: Lionel O Fastrack
Turnouts: Electric
Author: John Hainer
Designed with: SCARM Model Train Layouts Editor
This is a version of the well-known Wabash layout designed with Lionel O gauge Fastracks. The modifications are including additional single line standing on pillars and forming the upper level as well as yard with depot and transfer table in the left front area. See more

The N-scale Attic Layout of Lend33    9052 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 N-gauge Garage Layout of Grumbeast    16501 views since 20 Mar 2015
Scale: N (1/160)
Size: Extra Large
Dimen­sions: 488cm x 396cm; 192" x 156"; 16′ x 13′
Area: 19.32m2; 23.11yd2
Type: Complex (Closed section with Open parts)
Line: Mixed (Single + Double), with Branch(es)
Traffic: Passenger, Freight, Shunting/Switching
Epoch/Era: IV / Modern
Scene: Hilly, Riverside
Trackage: Kato N Unitrack
Turnouts: Electric
Author: Graham aka Grumbeast
Designed with: SCARM Software for Model Railroaders
One nice garage layout design in N scale, which is already under construction. See more

Charlie's Train Room in H0 Scale    28358 views since 13 Nov 2014
Scale: HO (1/87)
Size: Extra Large
Dimen­sions: 339cm x 395cm; 133" x 155"; 11.1′ x 12.9′
Area: 13.37m2; 15.99yd2
Type: Complex (Closed section with Open parts)
Line: Mixed (Single + Double), with Fiddle Yard(s)
Traffic: Passenger, Freight, Shunting/Switching
Epoch/Era: II, III, IV / Steam, Transition, Modern
Scene: Country/Village
Trackage: Peco HO/OO Streamline tracks
Turnouts: Electric
Author: Fabio Cuccia
Designed with: SCARM Model Railroad Designer
Large C-shaped layout in H0 scale, designed and proposed by Fabio Cuccia for the train room of Charlie (a.k.a. Charlie61) and shown on www.scalatt.it forum. See more

The Squirrel Creek Layout in HO scale    41908 views since 28 Jan 2014
Scale: HO (1/87)
Size: Extra Large
Dimen­sions: 475cm x 427cm; 187" x 168"; 15.6′ x 14′
Area: 20.28m2; 24.26yd2
Type: Complex (Closed section with Open parts)
Line: Single, with Branch(es)
Traffic: Passenger, Freight, Shunting/Switching
Epoch/Era: I, II / Steam
Scene: Hilly, Forest
Trackage: Atlas HO
Turnouts: Electric
Author: Warren Gamracy
Designed with: SCARM Model Railroad Designer
One large layout in HO scale, designed in SCARM and built by Warren Gamracy. The project contains one long closed route with many tunnels, bridges and branches, representing the time from the steam era around 1890s in the United States. See more


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