Streams and brooks

Streams and brooks

Streams and brooks can make wonderful additions to model railways. ANTHONY REEVES explains how to make them as realistic as possible.

Above: Streams are a useful addition to a model landscape. They add movement and can be a good excuse to add a small bridge either for trains or pedestrians

STREAMS, BROOKS and rivers are modelled in very much the same way. All are bodies of flowing water (rivers being generally much wider and longer) - but in construction terms for a layout, they are built in the same way.

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