Forging Your Own Frontier Town

The Old West is poorly represented in the N-Scale model train world, despite the fact that almost every model train manufacturer supports a wide variety of mid-to-late 1800 and early 19th century steam engines.  Even passenger cars and rolling stock are hard to come by, unless you purchase a beginner’s set. And even then, you end up running them on a layout designed around the 1950’s or later!

I began my adventure to meet the needs of frustrated Iron Horse fans, such as myself, railroad modelers with a perfectly good working steamer locomotive and no place to call home. The line has grown from a few generic building to a full town with over 50 items to choose from!

Buildings like Whiskey Rivers Saloon, Hotel Tucson, even a Two Story Outhouse just for fun, give you the ability to make your frontier town as big or small as you like.

We offer other specialty items, like a miners camp with shacks and shanties, a Mexican village with a mission church, adobe houses, and even an 1850’s replica of a GUARDIA ROYAL office, Mexico’s first official police department.

We’re always expanding our line with new designs. Windmills, a variety of wagons, a one room schoolhouse and a parsonage are just some of recent additions to our catalog

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Stay tuned for more of the “Adventures with Bob, Tom and the B&T Railroad!




Old West Scenery’s 3D Laser Printed Buildings draw inspiration from iconic western towns like Deadwood, Yuma, Dodge City, and Tombstone. These, and other frontier towns, were built across unforgiving territories and lands that followed the railroad as it made it’s way West.


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