New website with free layouts and track plans
#31
SCARM was completely free for use for more than 7 years before moving to v.1.0 Milestone earlier this year. And even now, it is 100% free to use within the limit of 100 tracks per project.

However, this tread is not for the program, but for the track plans and layouts, created with it.

Almost all plans listed above are sent to me by the users of the program and are free for review and use. Some are ready for construction and some are actually already built. You can download them in the unregistered (free) version of SCARM and then open, review in both 2D and 3D, get parts list, print, export, take 3D snapshots, simulate train running with the free Model Trains Simulator - Starter Edition and even make small modifications (using the tracks already placed on the drawing plot)

And you do not need to pay anything for that Thumbsup

Mixy
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#32
Here are the first 3 projects of 2018 in the SCARM layouts & plans database:

Iskar Gorge themed HO Scale Train Layout

[Image: Iskar_Gorge_HO-scale_Train_layout_SCARM_3D_1-460.jpg]


Small N-scale Diorama

[Image: Small_N-scale_Diorama-1-460.jpg]


Compact Z-scale Layout in a Storage Trunk

[Image: Compact_Z-scale_Train_Layout_in_Storage_...-1-460.jpg]


Hope you will like them Smile

Mixy
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#33
This is almost constant advertising on this forum since it was first introduced.
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#34
No, this is only a thread for track plans and layout designs made in SCARM. You can just read the descriptions and watch the pictures or just use the plans for inspiration to create your own layout without even needed to download the software or open the projects in it. But if you want, you can do it - each plan can be opened and carefully reviewed in the free version of SCARM and that does not cost anything.

See below 3 more projects, added recently to the track plans database:

The “Think Big” Layout Design of Jan in HO (1/87)

[Image: SCARM-Think_big-Marklin_HO_layout_3D-1-460.jpg]


The O-gauge Layout of Joe

[Image: Joes_O-gauge_layout_overview_1-460.jpg]


Marklin HO C-track plan 260x180cm

[Image: Marklin_C-Gleis_260x180-460.jpg]


Mixy
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#35
Here are the latest additions to the Layouts & Track Plans database:

The OO Scale Layout of Dr. Jake

[Image: Dr_Jake_SCARM_OO-scale_Train_Layout_1-460.jpg]


Double Reversing Layout in N Scale

[Image: Dbl_Rev_Loops_N-scale_1-3D-460.jpg]


The HO Scale Layout of Dusty

[Image: DustyB_HO_scale_train_layout_1_20171203_181935-460.jpg]


Wish you a very nice summer Smile

Mixy
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#36
Several new layouts in 4 different scales are posted to the Layouts & Track Plans database in August and September - see them below:

The New Middletown Model Railroad (N-scale)

[Image: SCARM_N-scale_Display_Layout_1-460.jpg]


Marklin HO C-track plan 250x175cm

[Image: Marklin_C-gleis_250x175_2D_SCARM_track_plan-460.jpg]


Small Z-scale Layout with Train Station & Freight Yard

[Image: Z-scale_Layout_with_Train_Station_Overview-460.jpg]


The Mobius Junction O-Gauge Train Layout

[Image: Mobius_Junction_Lionel_FasTrack-136-3D_t..._1-460.jpg]


Hope everybody will find something interesting here and will draw inspiration for his own layout Wink

Mixy
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#37
See here the last 3 projects that were added to the Layouts & Track Plans database for this year:

Marklin HO C-track Layout on Two Levels (under construction)

[Image: SCARM_GP_01_36813600-460.jpg]


The N-scale Attic Layout of Lend33

[Image: SCARM_3_RR_LINES_Track_Plan_2D-460.jpg]


Lionel O-gauge 8x12 L-shaped Train Layout

[Image: Lionel_Classic_O-gauge_L-shaped_Layout-v...-1-460.jpg]


Merry Christmas Smile

Mixy
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#38
The summer is here and it comes with 3 more layouts, added to the database:

Pennsylvania and Pacific Model Railroad in O-gauge

[Image: SCARM_Pennsylvania_and_Pacific_RR_Layout...32-460.jpg]


The L-shaped HO-scale Layout of Bob

[Image: SCARM_L-shaped_HO-scale_Layout_of_Bob_3D_1-460.jpg]


The N-scale Garage Layout of Justin

[Image: SCARM_Justin_Garage-Layout_Kato-Unitrack...ew-460.jpg]


Hope you will enjoy these Wink

Mixy
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#39
See here 3 more layouts, added to the SCARM database in the autumn.

Østbanegården/Østerport Station in HO Scale

[Image: Tresidet-350cm-3D_SCARM_Layout_1-460.jpg]

This layout represents Østerport station in Denmark from Ep. III / Transition era, before the depot burned down in the late 60’s.  It is created by Frankie Christians, who is a Danish engine driver and has been driving trains in and out that station since 1986 Smile


New Middletown & Stony Point Model Railroad in N scale

[Image: SCARM_New_Middletown_and_Stony_Point_N-s...-1-460.jpg]

This is U-shaped display layout with double main line and modular design for easy disassembling and transportation, created and built by Dwight Sturtevant.


Northumberton Railway Layout in OO Scale

[Image: Northumberton_SCARM_Layout_View_1-460.jpg]

And this is L-shaped layout design in OO scale (same gauge as HO), featuring small train station on a main line with many tunnels and bridges. The layout is created by Clive Poole and is already under construction.


Hope you will like these and will draw inspiration for your own layouts and track plans Wink

Mixy
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#40
See here another 3 projects in 3 different scales, added to the SCARM layout database in the end of the last year:

Large HO-scale Layout in Dedicated Train Room

[Image: The_HO-scale_SCARM_train_layout_of_Jims_...-1-460.jpg]


3x5 N-scale Track Plan

[Image: 3x5_N-scale_SCARM_track_plan_2D-460.jpg]


Extended Wabash Layout with Lionel O Gauge Fastracks

[Image: Modified_Lionel_O-gauge_Wabash_Layout_3D_1-460.jpg]


Mixy
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#41
Many new projects were added to the database since my last update here, so lets see some of them Smile

That Famous 4x8 (And a Bit More) in HO Scale

[Image: SCARM_Layout_That_Famous_4x8_And_a_Bit_M...-1-460.jpg]

Compact HO scale layout design featuring single line which passes via small station with sidings and small town with factory and dairy plant.


Small Track Plan with Folded Line in TT Scale

[Image: SCARM_Folded_TT_track_plan-460.jpg]

For the fans of TT scale (they are small in number, but very devoted Wink) - compact track plan featuring fictional scene with single folded line and a small station. The layout allows longer running time for both passenger and freight trains as well as some shunting/switching operations in the station.


JNR Kansai Division - Japanese N-scale Layout

[Image: SCARM_JNR_layout-img-2020.jpg]

Compact  N scale layout under construction, featuring double oval main line and a branch with freight siding, terminus passenger station and turntable with roundhouse in the center area.


The Attic Layout of Jonathon in OO Scale

[Image: SCARM_Attic_Layout_in_OO-scale_1-460.jpg]

And finally, one nice around-the-walls attic layout project in OO gauge, featuring double two-way main line with several industrial branches and yards. The track plan is suitable for continuous running of up to two trains on the main line as well as for many shunting/switching operations in the branches.

Hope you will enjoy all these Smile

Mixy
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#42
Here are some more projects and designs in various scales, added to the layout database:

The Corner HO-scale Layout of Michael

[Image: SCARM-L_shaped-HO_scale_train_layout_of_..._1-460.jpg]

Medium-sized HO-scale corner layout design with single main line passing around a small town with car cinema near the sea coast.


LEGO Train Layout in the Kids Room

[Image: SCARM_LEGO_train_layout_1-460.jpg]

Small oval LEGO layout for playing with LEGO trains and testing of the new 10277 Crocodile locomotive set. For all of you who have small kids or grandchildren, the LEGO trains IMHO are the best way to enter in the hobby Smile


Depoe Bay & Sitka Lumber RR Layout in N-scale

[Image: Depoe_Bay_&_Sitka_Lumber_Railroad_N-scal..._1-460.jpg]

Nice and very detailed N-scale layout project, featuring sea coast and mountain theme set somewhere in the U.S. Pacific Northwest with fishing and lumber industries.


PIKO G-scale Oval Track Plan

[Image: PIKO_G-scale_01_SCARM_Track_Plan-460.jpg]

Oval G-scale layout with double main line, small station in front and cargo area in the back.


Hope you will like these and hope also they will help you to draw inspiration for more Wink

Mixy
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