- published: 12 Nov 2013
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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
Six Union Pacific steam locomotives pull 104 cars over the Oregon, California & Eastern. The train is from the collection of museum volunteer Steve Watrous. The Colorado Model Railroad Museum is open to the public. See the museum website for location and hours: http://cmrm.org
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.
This is a video review of an Athearn Ready-to-Roll (RTR) HO scale SD45 engine. The locomotive is lettered for the Southern Pacific and painted in the Kodachrome paint scheme. The engine is factory equipped with a DCC sound decoder from Soundtraxx.
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...
Got mine from Amiami Uses 2xLR41 Batteries The Good: Articulation is decent. Comes with water slide decals and LED gimmick. Has the forearm blades and cannon. The Bad: The armor does not stay on. It tends to pop off easily. More work is needed to make the kit stable and look good. It's not as good as Cherno Alpha. Follow my updates at FB: https://www.facebook.com/meadscollection
The D.O.G. (division operations group) visits Robbie Spangler's HO scale Western pacific railroad. Checkout realistic operations on a great model railroad with amazing desert backdrops. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "The Trains of Santa Cruz California" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nv0S8Sa18mY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
A second American locomotive for the collection! And considering how little she cost, what a fantastic model too! Apologies to all my viewers in the U.S. for how long it took me to get this video shot and uploaded but here it is, at last. Enjoy!
This is the Battle of Midway Diorama Built by Karl Lau and Randy Guenim who buit the Planes and Ships. It shows the battle after 1025 June 4th with three Carriers on Fire Akagi Kaga and Soryu then Hiryru on the American Side Is Yorktown Hit By Bombs and torpedoes and Enterprise and Hornet, This has been in the works foir three Years and is going to be unveiled on June 2cd in time for the 70th anniversary It was fantasitc in person It was Built in Glenview Il Recorded on April 7, 2012 using a Flip Video camera.
Quick video of Jim Dias's Stunningly Beautiful Western Pacific Model Railroad. Set in the Spring of 1938, area of the WP modeled is along the Feather River including the Keddie Wye and a small logging area. The fidelity to prototype of the scenery has been praised by old WP employees, who readily recognize the scenes. This masterpiece of workmanship has been featured in Model Railroader magazine & Railroad Model Craftsman.
Our deepest thanks to the amazing inagrual media team for creating this video! We look forward to seeing you all at PACMUN 2017.
Fabulous, beautiful locomotives. Part 2.