- published: 12 Nov 2013
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This is a short video covering the highlights of our event, the Pacific Model Loggers' Congress. It takes place in early March each year at the Camp 18 Restaurant and Logging Museum in Elsie, Oregon. Our all-volunteer event has proven popular with model railroad enthusiasts interested in the logging industry side of the hobby, and we also draw a wide variety of historians, authors, photographers and others with interest in the historic or current logging industry. For more information, see www.pacificmodelloggerscongress.com . #loggingmodel #logginghistory #camp18restaurant #camp18loggingmuseum #modelrailroadlogging
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!
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
Circulations et manœuvres de la 231 g 18 ex plm et de la 030 tu 71 ree models. https://www.facebook.com/basilerail/
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.
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
REYNAULDS.COM presents a video on the HO Scale Marklin & Trix Union Pacific Challenger locomotives. These massive Articulated 4-6-6-4 locomotives were built by American Locomotive Company for the Union Pacific Railroad. 105 of these incredible locomotives were built between 1936 and 1943. The Challengers were nearly 122 ft long and weighed an incredible 314 tons. They operated over most of the Union Pacific system, primarily in freight service, but a few were assigned to passenger trains operating through mountain territories in California and Oregon. The locomotives were built specifically for Union Pacific and much of the experience and knowledge gained went into the design of the iconic "Big Boy" The name "Challenger" was given to steam locomotives with a 4-6-6-4 wheel arrangement. ...
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.
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.
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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
This model railroad display was built by Juergen Bode in HO scale, and it is a fictional design of a main railway line of the famous Southern Pacific Lines in the 1990’s. There are mountains, forests, lakes and a small town called “Grand Valley”. Enjoy http://www.pilentum.de and thanks for watching.
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...
https://www.tracksidemodelrailroading.com/signup/ Tom Dill’s HO scale Southern Pacific layout is centered in the town of Ashland in southern Oregon. He models the railroad from 1948 to 1952 from Medford south to the Siskiyou Summit. Tom’s excellent modeling provides a scenic look into the SP’s history in the region. He runs predominately steam locomotives (though you will see some diesel power) and many of them are highly customized. With some necessary license taken, Tom operates the layout according to the prototype and models the towns of Ashland, Belleview, and Steinman and a stop in Foliage. He frequently runs 2-10-2s up the steep grade toward the Siskiyou Summit. This feature includes an article about the layout and videos of trains running. Thank you for viewing my Youtube channel...
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.
Visit Canyon Creek Scenics for the most amazing trees that are all custom built for your layout. http://canyoncreekscenics.com/ David Willis' Oregon Pacific Railroad is based in western Oregon in 1965. The prototypical Oregon Pacific was sold to the Southern Pacific in 1907 and never completed its ambitious route. In David's version of history, the OPRR is purchased by the SP but maintains its own identity and builds from Yaquina, Oregon on the coast east through the freelanced towns of Calapooya, Willamette, and Santiam. The HO scale layout is a switching layout with beautiful scenery and highly-detailed scenes that we think you will enjoy. The feature includes many photographs of the layout showing off the OPRR's SP color schemes, an article, and video of the railroad. A map of the layo...
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 !
Short video of Joe Mainz's HO layout on 1/28/17, following a train around the complete layout. The HO layout is based on the Southern Pacific's "Dalsa Cutoff" at Flatonia, Texas. It was featured in the 2008 Great Model Railroads issue. Joe passed away in 2016.
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...