The post “Model Train Stores” from ITrainCollect.com describes the importance of visiting model train stores in person.
Ferndale, WA (PRWEB) January 30, 2011
ITrainCollect.com, an online community and blog about model train collecting, has released several new blog posts, including “Model Train Stores,” “Model Train Layouts,” and “Fun Collecting Toy Trains.”
The post “Model Train Stores” from ITrainCollect.com describes the importance of visiting model train stores in person. The article lists several advantages of visiting shops dedicated to model trains, such as the knowledge and passion of the staff about model trains. Beginners will certainly benefit from handling model trains in person before buying, the post advocates. The Train Shack, a Southern California family-owned model train shop, is one example “Model Train Stores” provides of a helpful train store.
“Model Train Layouts,” published on ITrainCollect.com, discusses a variety of potential ideas for train track designs and layouts. One possible model train layout, according to the post, is an elevated track. The author comments that elevated tracks are great for smaller rooms or areas. “Model Train Layouts” also advises to take into consideration where items such as “buildings, wilderness, bridges, the station and other essential” will go before building the track. Finally, paper sketches are the first place to start designing a layout according to the blog.
“Put the tracks together, connect the trains to make sure they run just right, and then watch as they run around with perfect timing” begins ITrainCollect.com on the page “Fun Collecting Toy Trains.” The author describes how father and son might bond while collecting and playing with toy trains. The blog post notes that the Train Collectors Association is one venue that helps expose children to the fun and enjoyment possible from playing with toy trains.
ITrainCollect.com was launched in July of 2010 with articles about model train collectors. Website Business is responsible for designing and maintaining the site structure of iTrainCollect.com.
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