Scenic Accents Assembled

This is a Bag of Tree Armatures 2.5 - 4 (70 Pines) from Woodland Scenics.

Woodland Scenic Accents Assembled Tree Armaturs 2.5 - 4 (70) Model Railroad Tree #tr1124
 Woodland Scenics # wootr1124
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Specifications :

Height: 2-1/2" - 4" (6.4cm - 10.2cm)

  • Woodland Product Number: TR1124
  • Walthers Product Number: 785-TR1124
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"Very nice product"
jdw3rd (Rhode Island)
These conifer tree armatures by Woodland Scenics are very nice and versatile. Twist and bend with the aid of a small craft torch and then spray with a textured paint like those made for patio furniture. Apply dark foliage in small bits one limb at a time and concentrate it toward the ends of the branch - not the tree trunk. Skip a branch here and there for realism or to provide a perch for crows or hawks. Using Woodland Scenics Fall Foliage in orange will give the impression of a dying conifer such as might be found in a swamp or too close to the R/R right-of-way. These frost nicely with Woodland Scenics Flake Snow for your winter scape as well.....

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  • Landscaping material for adding color, texture, and realism to terrain contours on your model layout.
  • Dark brown molded plastic.
  • Easily bendable.
  • Use the bases provided for standing the tree, or make a hole in your layout to place the tree in.
  • Various types and sizes.
  • Use on any scale.
  • Complete instructions (on package) make it easy to use and virtually foolproof.


Height: 2-1/2" - 4" (6.4cm - 10.2cm)

  • Woodland Product Number: TR1124
  • Walthers Product Number: 785-TR1124


70 Tree Armatures (Pines)

Requirements & Suggestions

  • Clump-Foliage or Fine-Leaf Foliage
  • Hob-e-Tac
  • Scenic Cement
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"Very nice trees"
Steve K (Ohio)
I have been looking on model railroad videos on how to make your own pine trees for my mountain railroad scenes. I was disappointed with how to make any realistic looking pine trees without a lot of work and trouble. I was very skeptical about trying these Woodlands scenics pine trees but have been surprised on how nice they have turned out. The branches could be a bit longer, maybe a 1/4 inch or more each. I carefully twisted and carefully painted the trees with some dark grays and a touch of green. Then used Hobbytack to apply the foliage to the branches. I made a few of trees that looked like healthy spruce using dark green. Then a group of white pines using light green. I also made some dead and dying looking trees like there always are in any group of pines. To make these I bent the branches down and applied the glue to only about half the branches and then sprinkled burnt grass, static grass on the branches. looked very realistic. I even laid a few of them on there sides among my pine thickets like dead trees or diseased or lightening struck trees. From a few feet away it was very convincing and very easy on the wallet and only took me a week of modeling time to make over a hundred trees and plant them on my layout. I will be buying a few more.


To learn more tips and techniques, using Woodland Scenics products, read "The Scenery Manual" (WOOU1507).

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