- published: 12 Nov 2013
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A brief visit to Rich Melconian's awesome HO scale Tehachapi layout during O/S West Train show meet in 2014. Music edited in as there was a lot of static / visitor noise. Both Santa Fe and Union Pacific trains are run, Steam alongside modern Diesel power. One of the best American HO layouts I've seen in person.
A running video your your enjoyment. Featuring the Southern Pacific Railroad, HO models like the Bowser Executive Line C-630 with Tsunami Sound, Athearn Genesis GP38-2 with sound, an upgraded Athearn Bluebox GP40-2 and GP60 with sound . Hope You enjoy! Like, comment, and subscribe!
Great Basin Lines - 15' x 48' SP Southern Pacific transition era layout in O scale 2 rail. Designed for operation using staging loop to staging loop scheme. Staging loops are stacked and most of mainline is double decked. DCC controlled with sound. Filmed at O scale West 2016, a stunning layout with beautiful equipment !
The is the first in a series of operations videos on the N scale Union Pacific Railroad Geneva Subdivision. There are over twenty trains on this N scale model train layout. Two trains, coal train CATAB and manifest train MDAPR are featured in this video, Part I. Look for part II next week. A layout track plan is available at http://www.stpaulrochelle.org/UPRRGS.htm or http://genevasub.blogspot.com
Should you find yourself in East Texas and looking for some out of the way to do some shopping and visit some good people and businesses, make your way to Jefferson, TX. Here you will find lots of history, shopping, museums, and the Excelsior Hotel. Jefferson has a history that connects with railroading. There's a train ride, a museum that has one of the finest model train display you ever hope to see, and there a wonderful museum full of history. This video features the R. D. Moses Texas & Pacific Railroad HO Model Train Exhibits. The history around the layout, how it came to be in Jefferson is a story that must be heard. The layout was placed in a custom built building and the Jefferson Historical Museum is the home and caretaker of this museum quality layout. For more information...
Here's a large compilation of my HO train collection in a variety of locations. Not all the trains seen in the video are mine, I own everything except for the Daylight #4446 steam engine and the Amtrak Superliners, those belong to a friend of mine. Locations featured in the video are Los Angeles Live Steamers and my room, where I just set up my Kato UniTrack, the only track I recommend. Collection featured: Athearn RTR Metrolink F59PHi Athearn Bombardier Passenger Cars: Metrolink and Coaster Walthers Amtrak Superliner Cars Bachmann Southern Pacific Daylight 4-8-4 #4446 Bachmann Southern Pacific Daylight Passenger Cars Athearn RTR Southern Pacific AC4400W Athearn Genesis Union Pacific SD70ACe Bachmann F40PH dummy: Custom painted into Coaster scheme by CoasterFan2105. Thanks for watching...
Imagine, if you will, that the time is in the early 1950s and that the Southern Pacific railroad is routing its traffic between Portland, Oregon and Ogden, Utah over the Oregon, California and Eastern rather than over the Modoc Line. Klamath Falls, Oregon was at the west end of the OC & E and Lakeview, Oregon was at the east end. You will see four trains: two freight trains, and two passenger trains. The passenger trains will overtake the freights and you will see meets between the various trains. The first train will be cab forward 4197 entering Lake view westbound. It will be overtaken in Lakeview by a Daylight passenger train bound for Portland. Part 1 of 3 Part 2 can be seen at: http://youtu.be/PDWqKXPCbB8 Part 3 can be seen at: http://youtu.be/RfL9_nTxfDE Colorado Model Railro...
Bob Wandel's Union Pacific City of Everywhere with five E-8s and 26 cars operating at the the Colorado Model Railroad Museum along with Steve Watrous's UP Gas turbine and 96 refrigerator cars. Both trains were featured at the Colorado Model Railroad Museum's 2016 Super Trains weekend. Museum Hours & Location: http://cmrm.org
A bit of railfanning at the CMRS model train layout... Here we first find an Union Pacific Mixed Freight going through Selby followed by an Autorack train led by Union Pacific engines at Crockett. Later we spotted the same UP Mixed Freight on its way next to West Martinez. Trains: - Mixed Freight by Jim Evans - Autorack by Marshall Music: “Bet on It” & “Country Blues” by Silent Parner Version without music here: https://youtu.be/pCXrgwkwOWE 🚂 Shot on location at Carquinez Model Railroad Society, HO Scale DCC Layout. http://www.cmrstrainclub.org Video Editor: LightWorks. 🎥 Video by Raphaël, © 2016 All rights reserved.
Most Popular Union Pacific Model Trains, Founded in 1862, Union Pacific (UP) is one of the last surviving railroads in the US, along with the BSNF Railway. Due to its long history, manufacturers offer replicas of Union Pacific trains from a variety of periods, as everything from steam-power locomotives to modern gas-powered freight trains is available. Four key manufacturers that produce model Union Pacific trains are Atlas, Bachmann, KATO USA, and Walthers. Each brand offers collectors a range of options and advantages, such as the extreme detail from Walther, the easy-to-use designs from Bachmann, modern features from Atlas, or the innovative motors from KATO USA. Collectors that understand the unique attributes of each model from different manufacturers end up with a train they enjoy. E...
2016 visit to the superb HO scale Tehachapi layout built by Rich Melconian, taken during O/S West. Music edited in as there was a lot of static / visitor noise. Both Santa Fe, Southern Pacific and Union Pacific trains are run, Steam alongside modern Diesel power. One of the best American HO layouts I've seen in person.
After 15+ years of reliable operation my Pacific & Northwestern layout lives its last days. In a few weeks I'll start dissasembling it and parts of the layout will be sold to make space for a new layout project. This video is a tribute to this layout which gave me so much fun building it and operating it. Web site: triple7studio.wixsite.com/kalinski