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Old 7th October 2016, 19:43   #61
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And here are the SCARM model train blog posts for September.

See also the recently published gallery in the blog from one of the largest modular layout meetings in Europe:

35 Years Anniversary FREMO Meeting in Riesa, Germany

Overall meeting hall view:



The track plan, spreaded on more than 6000 m2:



That is designed probably in AutoCAD or other similar general purpose CAD software, not in SCARM. However, I am considering adding of features for creating of modular layouts also in SCARM for some of the next versions of the program

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Old 15th October 2016, 09:19   #62
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Several new projects were added to the layouts & track plans database in the past 2 months - see them below:

David's N-scale Track Plan




American Flyer 5'x9' S-scale (1/64) Train Layout




N-gauge Shunting Puzzle Diorama




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Old 25th November 2016, 20:36   #63
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Here are the SCARM model railway blog posts for October.

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Check these two large layout projects from the last month, both with 5-star ratings at the time of posting:

The Layout of Jivko in HO Scale (under construction)




The Future Garage Layout of Robert (N scale)




Hope you will like them

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Old 9th December 2016, 15:56   #64
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And here are the SCARM train layout blog posts for November.

Note the QuickTip about Fixing SCARM with Missing Window on Startup in case that you observed such issue.

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Old 17th December 2016, 12:07   #65
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Here I want to show you one interesting idea: a project with single track route for using with rolling stock in two different scales - standard gauge N (1/160) and narrow gauge HOe (1/87).

Small Folding Layout For Use in Both H0e and N scales



The track plan is designed as single line in “double 8” figure with one small station in front and train stop at the back. The layout is planned to allow exchanging of the buildings, signals and some other parts depending on the current rolling stock scale – N (1/160) or narrow gauge H0e (1/87). The guy who builds this layout has prepared different stations and surrounding buildings, different types of signals and different locos and coaches. Only the tracks and the grass will be the same in both scales. Check the link to see more pictures in the two different setups

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Old 21st January 2017, 09:34   #66
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Here is the only SCARM railway modeling blog post for December. It is about two nice virtual structures in N scale that you can download and use in your SCARM track plans.



And the most recent post from the last week in the blog is showing one nice short video about the FREMO idea and the organization of modular layout meetings:

FREMO Organization And Modular Meetings Introductory Video



Hope you will like it

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Old 10th February 2017, 20:13   #67
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Here are the SCARM model railway blog posts for January.

Check also the recently published tutorial about the way for Creating Parallel Line with Flex Tracks in SCARM



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Old 17th February 2017, 13:57   #68
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Two new N scale layouts were published in the site from the beginning of the year - see them below:

The Train Layout with The Old Castle

Nice layout with precise designed virtual buildings (all are from real kits) with many details and rich decorations.




A Small Layout in the Kid's Room in N Scale

This project represents a whole room with bed on the upper level and all the furniture for L-shaped layout with buildings and rolling stock on it.




Hope you will like these projects

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Old 3rd March 2017, 11:51   #69
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The new SCARM v. 0.9.35 is ready and published! It comes with many new and updated track libraries, many bugfixes and more powerful Model Trains Simulator extension. See more about the new version here:

SCARM Track Planning Software 0.9.35 Released



For the new release there is also a new database with Virtual Rolling Stock for use in the MTS PE extension.



Some British models are on the way and will appear soon there

Hope you will like all new stuff about SCARM

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Old 10th March 2017, 15:41   #70
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IMPORTANT!

A bug was reported and confirmed in the last version of SCARM that may prevent starting of the program on some computers. The patched version of the program was released today. Please upgrade to SCARM 0.9.36, which can be downloaded from www.scarm.info to fix the issue.

See more about this bug-fix update in the following blog post: SCARM v. 0.9.36 Released.

I am sorry if the bugs caused any problems and inconvenience in your work with SCARM. If you see another problems, please report them here or in SCARM Blog and I will try to fix them ASAP.

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