Scenery is an important part of every layout. On your layout it can convey a sense of place – tall pines abound in northern forests amid rock outcroppings, deciduous trees are common in gently rolling landscapes. Crops like corn and wheat clue us in that you’re looking at agricultural land and scrub brush and cactus are unique to arid deserts. Brown crops and grasslands and red, orange and yellow trees tell us that it’s fall and barren trees and snow mean winter. Add a signal/telephone pole line along the tracks and now you’re likely viewing a busy railroad with signals. Streets are everywhere, but there are variations in width and striping. Rural roads don’t have curbs like many of their urban counterparts. And all scenery is loaded with small details like fencing, street details and more. A scenery search will help you find all kinds of trees, plants and ground cover, plus many of the layout base components for your HO, N, O or all scale dioramas and scenes.