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Model railroad builds are structures used to help convey a specific era, a particular geographical location, and particular industries being modeled. When contemplating particular buildings to be set on a layout, an individual needs to assess the engines and rail stock to be operated, such as steam, electric diesel, or a combination of the two. Buildings that compliment the model's engines and rolling stock strengthen the motivation for what the railroad is doing and how it functions. This adds better realism when observing and viewing that the railroad in operation, and intensifies interest as trains come in and out of view. This way, model railroad buildings helps to accept why any of it exists in the first place. Furthermore, model railroad buildings can add to the extent and size of a layout in powerfully suggestive ways.

Putting buildings scaled smaller than the scale of the model trains towards the rear of a layout communicates greater distance to your eye. The viewer perceives this as depth. Placing larger scaled structure to the immediate front on a layout diminished space by suggesting closer proximity. By understanding these principles of forced perspective, buildings on a model railroad may be used to tremendous effect in making a layout become more than what is actually there. Small portions of a model railroad building may be used to establish the existence of an whole industry when requiring only a minute amount of precious layout real estate.

Model railroad buildings also allow for a greater expression of personal creative talents that makes every single layout unique to its founder. Using buildings to model whimsical, fanciful, and imaginative ideas can infuse unexpected humor or sentimental nostalgia to what could otherwise be a simplistic recreation of a world with which we're already familiar. Model railroad buildings gives trains somewhere to go and a place to be!
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