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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Northumberton Railway Layout in OO Scale    1999 views since 20 Sep 2019
Scale: OO (1/76)
Size: Large
Dimen­sions: 450cm x 308cm; 177" x 121"; 14.8′ x 10.1′
True Area: 9m2; 9.84yd2
Type: Closed Route
Line: Mixed (Single + Double), with Branch(es), with Reverse Loop(s)
Traffic: Passenger, Freight, Shunting/Switching
Epoch/Era: II, III, IV / Steam, Transition, Modern
Theme: Fictional
Scene: Country/Village, Riverside, Hilly
Trackage: Peco OO Streamline, Heljan Turntable
Author: Clive Poole
Designed with: SCARM Model Railroad Designer
Large L-shaped layout design in OO scale, featuring small train station in the middle of a main line with many tunnels and bridges, suitable for both passenger and freight traffic as well as for some shunting/switching operations. See more

One Big Basement Layout in N scale    18568 views since 27 Nov 2017
Scale: N (1/160)
Size: Extra Large
Dimen­sions: 640cm x 366cm; 252" x 144"; 21′ x 12′
Area: 23.42m2; 28.01yd2
Type: Complex (Closed section with Open parts)
Line: Mixed (Single + Double), with Branch(es), with Helix(ces)
Traffic: Passenger, Freight, Shunting/Switching
Epoch/Era: II, III, IV, V / Transition, Modern
Theme: Fictional
Scene: Urban/City, Industrial, Mountain, Coastal
Trackage: Peco N Streamline
Author: TrainNut
Designed with: SCARM Track Planning Software
See one large N gauge train layout under construction, where SCARM helped with testing of different ideas by visualizing them in 3D to the layout's creator. See more

Charlie's Train Room in H0 Scale    27004 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
Theme: Fictional
Scene: Country/Village
Trackage: Peco HO/OO Streamline tracks
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

Small N-gauge Diorama    9196 views since 21 Jun 2014
Scale: N (1/160)
Size: Micro
Dimen­sions: 80cm x 28cm; 31" x 11"; 2.6′ x 0.9′
Area: 0.22m2; 0.27yd2
Type: Diorama/Display, Station/Yard
Line: Double
Traffic: Shunting/Switching
Epoch/Era: II, III, IV / Steam, Transition, Modern
Theme: Fictional
Scene: Industrial
Trackage: Peco N
Designed with: SCARM Train Layout Software
A very small diorama in N gauge representing the ubiquitous Great Western branch line terminus. See more

The N-scale Garage Layout of Sarge    17306 views since 23 Oct 2013
Scale: N (1/160)
Size: Large
Dimen­sions: 518cm x 168cm; 204" x 66"; 17′ x 5.5′
Area: 8.7m2; 10.41yd2
Type: Complex (Closed section with Open parts)
Line: Single, with Junction/​Meeting Station(s), with Branch(es)
Traffic: Passenger, Freight, Shunting/Switching
Epoch/Era: III, IV / Transition, Modern
Theme: Fictional
Scene: Country/Village, Hilly, Forest, Industrial
Trackage: Atlas N Code 80, Peco N turnouts
Author: Bill Myrick aka Sarge
Designed with: SCARM Model Railroad Designer
This is a large N-gauge (1:160) track plan, created by Bill "Sarge" Myrick with SCARM, which is about 17' x 2.5' layout with 5" of elevation for the highest tracks and consists of single long main line with four-track train station and several other branches for freight yards, industries, depots, port and additional modules. The layout allows running of both passenger and freight trains and also many shunting operations. See more


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