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AnyRail 2D Track Plan Software 5 *

  AnyRail makes it easy to create an accurate track plan for your model railway layout. If you're used to Windows, you can create your first usable model railroad design in minutes!

Download here the free trial

AnyRail maximizes the chance that your tracks will actually fit when you build your precious railroad layout for real. It comes pre-loaded with a wide range of sectional and flex. Each section is carefully constructed to match its model counterpart.

Category Tracks Design Tools 
 
04-07-2008
jpg  Track 22 Left click: open entry/Right click: save entry 5 *

  This simple plan is for the mountain-scenery lover who doesn't have much room. The bottom portion of the layout features a tall trestle crossing a valley. If you don't already know how you'd handle such a scene, this plan isn't for you. The top is nothing but three staging tracks, and probably wouldn't need any scenery at all.

By Mike Fisher

Category Track Plans 
 
12-13-2007
50Kbytes
Keywords: n nscale plan scale track trackplan tracks tracksplan
jpg  Track 21 Left click: open entry/Right click: save entry

  If you like your industries, this layout may be what you need. The long interchange track at left feeds seven assorted industries, with room for at least 12 cars. If it weren't for the closed oval, this could be considered a switching layout.

By Mike Fisher

Category Track Plans 
 
12-13-2007
67Kbytes
Keywords: n nscale plan scale track trackplan tracks tracksplan
jpg  Track 20 Left click: open entry/Right click: save entry

  Here's a special-purpose trackplan for the modeler who loves his/her engines. An Atlas turntable and roundhouse, and a Walthers backshop, are the main attractions here. There's an ash dump track at upper right, a diesel fuel rack at lower left, and coal, sand, and water for steamers at center bottom.

BY Mike Fisher

Category Track Plans 
 
12-13-2007
66Kbytes
Keywords: n nscale plan scale track trackplan tracks tracksplan
jpg  Track 19 Left click: open entry/Right click: save entry

  I doubt you'll ever see a true loads-in, empties-out plan in 2x4, but this one comes close. Loads go into the big industry (a coal-washing plant?) via the long curving spur, and out by the short spur; empties move the opposite direction. Two other industries add variety.

By Mike Fisher

Category Track Plans 
 
12-13-2007
55Kbytes
Keywords: tracksplan tracks trackplan track scale plan nscale n
jpg  track 18 Left click: open entry/Right click: save entry 0 *

  A scenic divider breaks this double-track layout into two scenes. One is a surprizingly big yard with an engine house; the other serves some big industry made of DPM modules. The lone runaround track will make you plan your switching moves well in advance.

By Mike Fisher

Category Track Plans 
 
12-13-2007
101Kbytes
Keywords: n nscale plan scale track trackplan tracks tracksplan
jpg  track 16 Left click: open entry/Right click: save entry

  If you want a big industry in a small space, here's an idea-starter. I used the Walthers paper-mill complex, plus a couple of smaller industries. The plan also includes an interchange track on the right, a hidden staging track at the top, and room for some scenery.

By Mike Fisher

Category Track Plans 
 
12-07-2007
65Kbytes
Keywords: nscale n scale trackplan track plan tracks tracksplan
jpg  track 14 Left click: open entry/Right click: save entry

  This busy city railroad could keep a switcher busy for hours. Here, the diverging routes from the interchange form a reversing loop, so with a little planning, you can switch the many spurs without any runaround moves.

By Mike Fisher

Category Track Plans 
 
12-07-2007
59Kbytes
Keywords: nscale n scale trackplan track plan tracks tracksplan
jpg  track 15 Left click: open entry/Right click: save entry

  This switching module is a condensation of Fox Lake, WI, a prototypical reverse loop. Industries include a lumber yard, a warehouse, an oil dealer, a large cannery, and a feed mill.
The loop's tail could connect to a bigger layout, a fiddle yard, or staging tracks.

By Mike Fisher

Category Track Plans 
 
12-07-2007
39Kbytes
Keywords: nscale n scale trackplan track plan tracks tracksplan
jpg  track 12 Left click: open entry/Right click: save entry

  On this layout, the inner branch line is actually longer than the main line. I'd elevate that branch about 1/2" for visual effect. Two good-sized industries and an interchange track will keep a train busy.

By Mike Fisher

Category Track Plans 
 
12-07-2007
66Kbytes
Keywords: nscale n scale trackplan track plan tracks tracksplan
jpg  track 11 Left click: open entry/Right click: save entry 0 *

  For the railroader who can't get enough grade crossings, I offer this plan. There are six of them here, and only two are the same angle! The double main line allows two trains to run at once, and with all the industries, this layout would be a challenge to switch.

by Mike Fisher

Category Track Plans 
 
12-07-2007
82Kbytes
Keywords: nscale n scale trackplan track plan tracks tracksplan
jpg  Track 10 Left click: open entry/Right click: save entry

  A two-level point-to-point layout, great for a coal-mining or logging theme. Trains run down from the central yard to the interchange at the bottom, and back up again.

Mike Fisher

Category Track Plans 
 
12-03-2007
Keywords: nscale n scale trackplan track plan tracks tracksplan
jpg  track 9 Left click: open entry/Right click: save entry

  This busy layout represents a maintenance area that can handle any freight car:
  1. Interchange track
  2. Car clean-out track
  3. Car cleaning facility
  4. Cars awaiting cleaning or repair
  5. Car maintenance shop
  6. Rip track for light repairs
  7. "Dead" car storage
  8. Engine pocket
  9. Yard office Mike Fisher


Category Track Plans 
 
12-03-2007
Keywords: nscale n scale trackplan track plan tracks tracksplan
jpg  track 8 Left click: open entry/Right click: save entry 5 *

  Care to model a shortline and its interchange with a mainline? On this layout, the mainline train comes out of its hidden track, swaps empties for loads at the interchange, and returns to staging. The shortline engine picks up the empties, takes them to the coal mine, and returns the empties to the interchange. The spartan engine facilities are also at the top of the mountain. Trains will have to be short - you can't have everything!

Mike Fisher


Category Track Plans 
 
12-03-2007
Keywords: nscale n scale trackplan track plan tracks tracksplan
jpg  track 7 Left click: open entry/Right click: save entry

  You can run a rural shortline with this plan. It looks like there's no runaround track, but the center cutoff track can be used to run around cars so you can switch all the spurs.

Mike fisher

Category Track Plans 
 
12-03-2007
Keywords: nscale n scale trackplan track plan tracks tracksplan
jpg  track 6 Left click: open entry/Right click: save entry

  This up-and-over dogbone plan yields the longest mainline run you'll find in a table this size, if you can live with a really tight fit around the edges of the table. I've built it using a 49x25" table, and it was close.

Mike Fisher

Category Track Plans 
 
12-03-2007
Keywords: nscale n scale trackplan track plan tracks tracksplan
jpg  Track 5 Left click: open entry/Right click: save entry

  A point-to-point layout representing a short line. Trains will leave the central yard, drop off and pick up cars at the interchange at the bottom, and switch the industries en route. This could easily be made as a two-level pike.

Mike Fisher

Category Track Plans 
 
11-29-2007
66Kbytes
Keywords: nscale track n plan scale tracks trackplan tracksplan
jpg  Track 4 Left click: open entry/Right click: save entry

  This is the smallest out-and-back plan you're likely to find. It works by using the yard throat as part of the main line. The red track must be wired as a reversing section.
Mike Fisher

Category Track Plans 
 
11-29-2007
47Kbytes
Keywords: nscale n scale trackplan track plan tracks
jpg  track 3 Left click: open entry/Right click: save entry

  The red turnouts change a simple oval into a twice-around for a long mainline run. A small yard and two big industries will keep a train busy.
Mike Fisher

Category Track Plans 
 
11-29-2007
67Kbytes
Keywords: scale tracks trackplan nscale track n plan
jpg  Track 2 Left click: open entry/Right click: save entry

  An unabashed double-track spaghetti bowl, but at least this one leaves room for the buildings. This could make an interesting city scene, especially with a two-sided scenic backdrop separating the yard from the industries.

Mike Fisher

Category Track Plans 
 
11-29-2007
78Kbytes
Keywords: nscale n scale trackplan track plan tracks keywords
 
 


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