Kalmbach Books: Modeling Cities and Towns
Do you want to create realistic cities, detailed landscapes and era-appropriate signs and more? Modeling Cities and Towns is your guide for hands-on modeling information and step-by-step techniques to capture realistic modeled cities and all the details in between.
Filled with tons of information and inspiration that you can use today, Modeling Cities and Towns is your guide to making your layout more realistic!
No matter your layout size, you'll find inside a wide variety of topics including modifying and kitbashing structures; creating realistic, era-appropriate signs; combining multiple scenic elements in tight spaces; building track in streets; and realistically modeling streets and sidewalks. Prototype information include operations; large city passenger stations; and many examples of how real railroads wound through tight urban industrial areas. Modeling Cities and Towns is perfect for any modeler planning, building or improving a layout!
Author: Jeff Wilson
Size: 8.25 x 10.75
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - City and town design and evolution
Chapter 2 - City streets and street trackage
Chapter 3 - Urban structures and scenery
Chapter 4 - Along the urban right-of-way
Chapter 5 - Signs and details
Chapter 6 - Passenger terminals and stations
Chapter 7 - Streetcars and electric railways