Terrain for Trains' High Sierra
N-scale Layout
The no-mess, no-hassle way to build an N-scale layout in only 10 square feet
(48" x 30").

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The High Sierra

    The High Sierra layout (above) is molded of durable, rigid, high-impact, hard-shell polystyrene, making it light and rugged. It is designed for Atlas Snap Track and can be used with other types with some modifications. The ravine can be spanned with your choice of Walthers timber trestle kit or the Kato Unitrack truss bridge.
    Building the High Sierra is simple.  All the hills, grades, mountains, roads, ponds and streams are molded into the surface, eliminating the need for wood framing, screen wire, messy plaster and water. Track is glued to the layout surface with any glue suitable for styrene models. Detailed step-by-step instructions and a complete materials list are included with each kit.  Model railroaders with experience in handling Atlas track can assemble the High Sierra in about two to three hours of total working time.
    The track plan features an inverted figure-8 design for continuous running, as well as several sidings which offer plenty of opportunities for switching operations.
    The compact size (4 feet by 2-1/2 feet) and light weight (12 pounds) allow the High Sierra to be used almost anywhere -- on the kitchen table, coffee table, even on the floor. It is easily stored in a closet, under a bed, or hung on a wall between operating sessions.  The rigid plastic in this single module layout is strong enough to eliminate the need for wood framing or bracing.*  You will enjoy model railroading on the High Sierra for many years to come.

* When multiple modules are combined, a wood frame becomes necessary.
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