First Trains Woodworking Plans
Woodworking plans for making a wood version of two of the first trains to pave the way for modern railroading. The Trevithick, developed by Richard Trevithick and the Rocket, machined by George Stevenson take us to the early 1800’s when steam engines began to replace horse pulled carriages in England. The plans detail building the engines and tender cars, a bridge base and ties and rails characteristic of the first rail lines. Both trains & base 37″ long x 7″ deep x 15″ high. For intermediate to advanced woodworkers. Our 11″ x 17″ plans take little workbench space. The copyrights allow making a photocopy of the full size patterns. Trim out the patterns, apply spray adhesive on the backs and place on stock prepared to the thickness noted on the pattern. You get accurate parts and no tracing. We mail fast, usually within one business day.