2021 HOn3 ANNUAL: The new 2021 HOn3 Annual from White River Productions is 116 pages dedicated to HO scale narrow gauge model railroading! Inside you’ll find scratchbuilding projects explained step-by-step, great model railroad photography techniques, model detailing tips from the experts, beautiful narrow gauge layout tours, exciting prototype history from coast to coast, and much, much more.

2021 HOn3 Annual

HOn3 is all about building narrow gauge trains and layouts. The 2021 HOn3 Annual is the only publication exclusively dedicated to HO scale narrow gauge model railroading! Now in its 13th year, this issue is packed full of exciting layout tours, in-depth construction projects, and plenty of detailed prototype information. From California to Maine and all points between, get on board for narrow gauge fun!

Narrow-Minded Notes

National Narrow Gauge Convention Wrap Up – by Chris Lane

Scale Illumination Part 2

More LED Lighting Projects – by John Niemeyer and Keith Pashina

Better-Looking Commercial Track

Better Appearance than Hand Laid? – by Dave Vollmer

Old Signs on Old Walls

Creating and Adding Signage to Model Structures – by Peter Metzker

Short Line on a Mission

Diorama of Michigan’s Old Mission Peninsula – by Matt Woods

The Gold Hill Project

“A Square-Footer” Micro Layout – by George G. Riley, Esq.

A Room With a View

A Window for the Vida Division’s Dispatcher – by Dean Smith

Tin Foil Rocks, Stone Portals, and Walls

We Will Rock You – Parts 1 and 2 by Bob Brendle

Converting HO Locos to HOn3

A Kato Mechanism is the Start – by Rich Mossholder

Building a Post Driver Wagon

When No One Makes an HO Posthole Digger – by Sam Swanson

Build an Autocar White Metal Kit

“Old School” kits and How to Kitbash, and Paint them – by L. Todd Leftwich

Switching In/To HOn3

Diorama Update and a New Business – by Bob Bennett

Embracing 3D Printing

Teaching An Old Dog New Tricks – by Mike Mackey

Iron Horse Sense

Feeding and Caring of the Tweetsie Stable – by Geoff Stunkard

Otter Creek & Rio Grande

A John Allen-Inspired Timesaver Layout – by Dennis Carrell

Scratchbuild a 24-Foot Boxcar

Early 1930s Boxcar From an Obscure Iowa Line – by Dale Smith

Work Crane Kitbash

A New Use for the AHM Barnhart Log Loader – by Duane Richardson

The Venado Post Office

An HO Scale Interpretive Model – by Rich Mossholder

Colorado in Switzerland

Revisiting the AMORS HOn3 Modular Group – by Peter Gloor

East Tennessee & Western North Carolina Railroad Scenery and Structures

Some Unique Features of the Prototype – by Johnny Graybeal


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