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


Depoe Bay & Sitka Lumber RR Layout in N-scale    1079 views since 04 Sep 2020
Scale: N (1/160)
Size: Medium
Dimen­sions: 275cm x 183cm; 108" x 72"; 9′ x 6′
Area: 5.02m2; 6.01yd2
Type: Closed Route
Line: Single, with Branch(es)
Traffic: Passenger, Freight, Shunting/Switching
Epoch/Era: III, IV, V / Transition, Modern
Scene: Coastal, Country/Village, Mountain
Trackage: Atlas N Code 55, Kato N bridges & viaducts, Peco N 3-way switch
Author: David Dahlstrom
Designed with: SCARM Track Planning Software
Nice and very detailed N-scale layout project, featuring sea coast and mountain theme set somewhere in the U.S. Pacific Northwest with fishing and lumber industries. The track plan has single main line which passes via many tunnels and bridges and is suitable for both passenger and freight trains. See more

Double Reversing Layout in N Scale    19449 views since 07 Jun 2018
Scale: N (1/160)
Size: Small
Dimen­sions: 245cm x 120cm; 96" x 47"; 8′ x 3.9′
Area: 2.94m2; 3.52yd2
Type: Closed Route
Line: Single, with Reverse Loop(s)
Traffic: Passenger, Freight
Epoch/Era: III, IV, V / Modern
Scene: Country/Village, Hilly
Trackage: Trix N Minitrix
Author: Milen Peev aka Mixy
Designed with: SCARM Model Train Layouts Editor
Compact N gauge layout featuring single main line with 3 train stations and two reverse loops, allowing various running scenarios for both freight and passenger (express or commuter) trains. See more

Small Folding Layout For Use in Both H0e and N scales    32609 views since 16 Dec 2016
Scale: H0e (1/87), N (1/160)
Size: Small
Dimen­sions: 320cm x 60cm; 126" x 24"; 10.5′ x 2′
Area: 1.92m2; 2.3yd2
Type: Closed Route
Line: Single
Traffic: Passenger, Freight, Shunting/Switching
Epoch/Era: II, III, IV, V / Steam, Transition, Modern
Scene: Country/Village, Plain
Trackage: Tillig H0e 9mm gauge
Author: Stoyan Bozhanov aka TANO
Designed with: SCARM Model Railroad Designer
The track plan is designed in “double 8” figure with one small station in front and train stop at the back and allows exchanging of the buildings, signals and some other parts depending on the current rolling stock scale – standard gauge N scale (1/160) or narrow gauge H0e scale (1/87). See more

The Future Garage Layout of Robert    12415 views since 18 Nov 2016
Scale: N (1/160)
Size: Huge
Dimen­sions: 716cm x 521cm; 282" x 205"; 23.5′ x 17.1′
Area: 37.29m2; 44.6yd2
Type: Closed Route
Line: Double
Traffic: Passenger, Freight, Shunting/Switching
Epoch/Era: III, IV, V / Transition, Modern
Scene: Suburban/Town, Country/Village, Industrial
Trackage: Kato N Unitrack
Author: Robert (aka Fenrus30)
Designed with: SCARM Track Planning Software
Large complex N-scale layout, situated on two scenic levels, with many railroad facilities, several industries and rich scenery, allowing various options for traffic and operations. See more

Ikea IVAR Shelftop Railway Layout in N Scale    30453 views since 05 Dec 2013
Scale: N (1/160)
Size: Very Small
Dimen­sions: 200cm x 50cm; 79" x 20"; 6.6′ x 1.6′
Area: 1m2; 1.2yd2
Type: Complex (Closed section with Open parts), Modular
Line: Mixed (Single + Double), with Branch(es)
Traffic: Freight, Shunting/Switching
Epoch/Era: III, IV, V / Transition, Modern
Scene: Country/Village, Industrial, Riverside
Trackage: Trix N Minitrix
Author: Andreas
Designed with: SCARM Model Railroad Designer
A specially designed N-scale modular layout in order to fit on the shelves of Ikea’s IVAR furniture system. See more


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