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O Scale Model Train Buildings Tunnels Bridges

First selling as children’s toys, O scale model trains get lots of use as toys and with model railroading. While the detail and durability of these trains were less of a concern when they first hit the market, as most people were strictly interested in playing with or running these trains, the detail and realism of these O scale model train parts and accessories have greatly increased in quality. Many people look toward adding buildings, bridges or tunnels to create their ideal railroad with O scale model trains. You can add many of these buildings and structures to your railway system.

O Scale Buildings

Depending upon whether you want a cityscape or rural farmland or even a scenic mountainside, buildings can add a certain touch of imagination for the model train enthusiast. Model train buildings are usually plastic, but some older, vintage buildings use metals, such as tin. Plastic O scale model train buildings, tunnels and bridges can span a wide range of buildings from everything to post offices, grocery stores, schools, town halls, cabins, farm houses and industrial warehouses.

O Scale Tunnels

Tunnels represent an exciting aspect of model railroading as enthusiasts imagine their train travelling through pitch-black darkness and coming out safe on the other side. Likewise, tunnels come in several different types of landscapes, including the countryside as well as cityscapes. Model train tunnels are usually plastic, representing rocky, mountainous tunnels or sleek brick or concrete underground structures.

O Scale Bridges

Model train bridges can add a thrilling element to any railroad. These structures can easily help a train to cross varying landscapes and elevations built by the enthusiast. Bridges come in a variety of materials, most commonly plastic and metal, depending upon the type of bridge. There is a huge selection of model train bridges to choose from to incorporate into your landscape, including covered bridges, girder, trestle, truss and arch bridges. Additionally, some historical or location-specific bridges are available to include into your railway.

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