About the Book
5th Anniversary update with pictures, dimensions, lessons-learned, stories, letters, and much more. Includes ideas for structuring a railway project - connecting with a new generation of model railroaders could be as simple as providing a transition from wooden trains as a toy to a hobby...
Features & Details
- Category Crafts & Hobbies
Standard Portrait, 7.75×9.75 in, 20×25 cm
- Publish Date Mar 11, 2013
- Language English
- Tags , Modular Wood Railway Train Toy Anniversary Module Thomas Brio Track Table
These resources are intended to share ideas that take wooden track to a hobbyist level. Great for kids, this non-scale railway allows limitless creativity in the medium of wood, glue, metal, fabric, textures and paper. I would even dare to suggest it brings with it charm and a bit of whimsy too... I graduated from Texas A&M University and currently design commercial aircraft. Through work, I had the opportunity to live in Bristol, England and Nagoya, Japan. Travel is also an interest - some of my favorite places include Montserrat, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Wales, Hungary, and Estonia. Other interests include trains (http://www.wTrak.org), graphic design, CAD, knowledge-based engineering, photography, sound reinforcement, recording, writing, online radio (http://www.live365.com/stations/acmjournal), and great food (http://www.letstalkcooking.org).