Highways and Byways Model Railroad Graphics are the choice of modelers worldwide. Our precision cut vinyl graphics are designed for model railroaders and creators of dioramas and are available in both HO and N scale. Other scales are available by special order. All of our products are scaled from either physical measurements or from Government printed specifications. Best results are obtained by ensuring that your roadways are made to scale.
You can purchase our products here by going to our Shop page. We offer free shipping in the U.S. via USPS for all of our graphics.
Note: For International orders, please search for Highways and Byways on Ebay and order via Ebay. Ebay has an international shipping partner and will ship internationally. International customers will be responsible for shipping charges as well as any custom or duties.
You can also find Highways and Byways products from the online dealers listed on our Home page.
If you are a Hobby or Model Railroad retailer and would like to carry our products, please drop us a line at email@example.com.
Our Road stripes are applied by simply peeling the stripe from the sheet and pressing them onto your scene.
Graphic sheets have transfer tape affixed to them. This helps maintain the spacing and orientation of the graphic for you. We include instructions on using the transfer tape. Here is a short video showing how to apply graphics affixed to the transfer tape:
Here is a short video on using our road stripes on a curve:
Be sure and check out the May 2020 online issue of What’s Neat MRH where Campbell Rice shows you how to make great looking roadways and how easy it is to use and apply Highways and Byways Graphic products. His segment begins at around 11:16 minutes into the video. Here is the link:
Tim Mann in his N scale Blog “Roads in Cawood, Part 3”, describes his experience in using our N Scale Graphics as he models his N Scale model railroad patterned after the Louisiana & Nashville’s Cumberland Valley Division.
Here is a link to his blog: http://harlansub.blogspot.com/2022/12/roads-in-cawood-part-3.html