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Model Rail magazine - Chris Leigh's layouts Part 1
 
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Following our four part series looking at Dave Lowery's layouts we're back, this time looking at the layouts belonging to Chris Leigh.
Views: 6208 Model Rail Magazine
Model Rail Magazine - Chris Leigh's layouts part 4
 
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A final look at the layout's of Chris Leigh.
Views: 1223 Model Rail Magazine
Giant Model Railway - Dave Lowery's Layout (Part I)
 
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Mike Harris visits a giant model railway layout built by professional model maker and Model Rail magazine launch Editor, Dave Lowery. Dave's layout is 30ft by 30ft and resides within a purpose-built annex in his garden. But there's so much more to Dave's 'O' gauge layout than model trains. Each locomotive is DCC sound fitted, most of the steam locomotives eject live steam, and the whole layout is split into five different scenes. Not to mention, Dave's garden backs onto the real East Coast Main Line! In this episode, Mike takes a first look at Dave's model railway, meets the man himself and learns about DCC (Digital Command Control). In Part II, Dave shows off his authentic Class 56 control desk, talks about life as a professional model maker and introduces Mike to the real trains in his garden - the East Coast Main Line. So, there's much, much more to come! If you like this Model Rail production, check out Model Rail magazine via the following websites: Website: http://www.model-rail.co.uk/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/modelrail/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/modelrailUK
Views: 19309 Model Rail Magazine
Model Rail magazine - Chris Leigh's layouts Part 3
 
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We take a look in Chris Leigh's shed at his 'O' gauge layout based around 'The Railway Children'.
Views: 2067 Model Rail Magazine
Model Rail magazine - Chris Leigh's layouts Part 2
 
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Following our four part series looking at Dave Lowery's layouts we're back, this time looking at the layouts belonging to Chris Leigh. Missed part 1? Watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NnrXT0U5cKg&t=31s
Views: 2635 Model Rail Magazine
Model Railway Baseboard Construction (Courtesy of Railway Modeller)
 
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Baseboard Construction - A Professional Perspective. An introductory Video showing the Professional Manufacture of Railway Modeling Baseboards by White Rose Modelworks,The Craft Yard, Bedale Railway Station Bedale, North Yorkshire. Please visit www.whiterosemodelworks.co.uk for further information. This Promotional Video was Produced by Peco for their popular Railway Modeller Magazine - http://www.peco-uk.com/Publications/RailwayM_this.htm
Views: 72988 whiterosemodelworks
Model Rail magazine's 'J70'
 
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Model Rail have received a decorated sample of the upcoming Model Rail/Rapido Trains LNER 'J70'. You can still pre-order yours from www.modelrailoffers.co.uk for £127.50, Model Rail subscribers receive a discount and can pre-order theirs for £114.75, just enter your subscriber number when prompted. Ten variations will be offered: MR-201: BR early emblem, cowcatchers early MR-202: BR early emblem, full skirts MR-203: BR early emblem, weathered, no skirts MR-204: British Railways lettering, no skirts MR-205: British Railways lettering, full skirts MR-206: LNER wartime livery, full skirts MR-207: LNER post-war livery, full skirts MR-208: LNER lined livery, no skirts MR-209: LNER unlined livery, full skirts MR-210: LNER lined livery, cowcatchers only.
Views: 1587 Model Rail Magazine
Carlton Le Willows - 00 gauge exhibition layout - As seen in MODEL RAIL MAGAZINE.
 
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A selection of stock moves on the wonderful Carlton Le willows. Filmed during a private operating session with the team that built it. The layout is still not complete but certainly doesn't look unfinished. With its recent appearance in MODEL RAIL MAGAZINE (October 2018) see if you can spot some of the new additions/improvements that have been made since it was photographed for the magazine article. The guys behind the layout don't have a YouTube channel (yet) so this is a rare opportunity to see the layout operating when not at an exhibition. Its worth noting, the layout is seen here from the operating side so when viewed at shows the public will be watching it from the other side. A huge thank you to Rob & Michael for their hospitality and here's hoping we all get to see more of this layout in the future.
Views: 738 JAMES DEMU
WW1 Trench Railway - Chris Nevard / Model Rail Magazine Photoshoot
 
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A short video taken during a recent visit from none-other Chris Nevard of Model Rail Magazine!!! He popped over to take some snaps of the WW1 Trench Railway for a future issue of the magazine. During the process we had good chat about the layout, Compton Quay, plus his many inspirational micro layouts and projects, which have inspired many of my own. A massive Thank You to Chris for the photoshoot, and be sure to check out his website and amazing projects; http://www.nevard.com/ Hope you enjoy! "March for Brass" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Views: 2190 SDJR7F88
Great Model Railroad Layout of Mike McGinley’s freelanced HO Scale Layout.
 
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Here is another great model railroad layout in action. Follow the trains that are featured in Trackside Model Railroading digital magazine. http://tsmrr.com Southwestern Pacific Mike McGinley’s freelanced railroad runs several different railroads and operates in a changing timeframe from 1951 to 2006. Our tour of the layout occurs in 2006 and features mostly Southern Pacific locomotives patched and running under Union Pacific ownership. A few Union Pacific locomotives are also included in the photographs and video of the layout. Mike occasionally runs his own freelanced Southwestern Pacific (SWP) equipment on the layout as well. The SWP layout is based in California, New Mexico, Arizona, and Colorado and features beautifully hand-painted scenes of red rock country, mountain scenes, and Colorado rivers. We include an article about the layout, many photographs, and video of the trains running on the SWP.
Gaugemaster Model Railway Weekend - 2018
 
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“Gaugemaster” is my local model railway shop based in Ford near Arundel (West Sussex, UK). Every two years the shop hosts a model railway exhibition to showcase the extensive range of products stocked from a wide variety of manufacturers including all the main suppliers, please click on this link to learn more - http://www.gaugemaster.com/index.html The open weekend also included an exhibition of layouts in most gauges ranging from “N” to “O” gauge, displaying many of the products available from the shop. My visit also offered an opportunity to catch up with friends and likeminded people over a cup of coffee. Please find the model railways featured in this video listed below: 01:00 - Ferrocarril San Mari Gandia - HO/Hoe 02:52 - Mill Falls - HO 03:38 - Tenac - N 04:11 - Somewhere in France - 009 05:04 - Burnham - 00 05:45 - Haversham Central - N 06:44 - Barry-Inspired Scrapyard & Staffordshire Potteries - N 07:54 - Wentworth Yard – 00 08:44 - Cernet - N 09:12 - Oak Road - 00 10:32 - Modular Layout - East Surrey N Gauge Group 12:43 - Fleishmann Display Layout - HO 16:27 - Guterbahnhof Frankenland HO/HOe 17:05 - Gas Works - O 19:05 - School Lane - 00 20:05 - Gaugemaster Shop Layout
Views: 2762 Timsvideochannel1
Great Model Railroad of the Feather River Route
 
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Love trians? check out the Free Edition of Tackside Model Railroading Digital Magazine http://www.tsmrr.com We hope you enjoy seeing the trains in action and will consider sharing this video with all your railroad friends. Thanks, Ross Waters Trackside Model Railroading™
Japanese model railway shop(Popondetta)
 
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In this amazing shop you will find all you need to build your ideal model railway diorama and lots of Japanese model trains (Kato, Tomix..........)! They have also the model of the magnetic levitation train. There is a section where they sell second hand items. This video is for enthusisats, hope you will enjoy. Shop name :Popondetta (Saitama shop). They have a shop also in Akihabara and other locations. ================================================== Download background music for your videos. For free. You're free to use this song and monetize your video, but you must include the following in your video description: Be sure to attribute the artist. Music ⓒ - Chris Zabriskie Terms and conditions https://youtu.be/qnC_ljR-0aQ Share this video - Channel trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HxAg2... All playlists https://www.youtube.com/user/AudioLib... All music https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Ambient https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Calm https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... > 5ː00 https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Synth https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Piano https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Attribution required https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...
Views: 2272 Rome Tokyo one way
DCC Arduino projects for model trains | March 2017 Model Railroad Hobbyist | Geoff Bunza
 
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http://mrhmag.com - Geoff Bunza demonstrates some uses of the Arduino for DCC projects - all the details are in the FREE March 2017 MRH magazine. Get even more great FREE how-tos for model railroading on the Model Railroad Hobbyist website. This video is just part of the TOTALLY FREE March 2017 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
York Model Railway Show 2018 part 4   Narrow Gauge Layouts
 
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The final video of this year's York coverage features Narrow gauge layouts. Two representing WW1 field railways, an iron works, a rural network and finally another look at the Gweek North Quay layout originally filmed at one of the Hornby Magazine Great Electric Train Shows
Views: 4311 Christopher Hughes
North East model railway - Now&Then magazine article
 
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Model Railway based on North East England large scale junction in the 1960's. Link to article:- http://www.nowandthenmagazine.co.uk/magazines/Main.php?MagID=2&MagNo=35
Views: 664 dougattrenholmebar
Moorside Valley Railway- N'Gauge Layout BRM Magazine Segment-Peterborough 2016
 
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Finally got our hands on the BRM segment when we appeared on DVD for the January 2017 issue! Learn abit about behind the scenes of the layout, how certain bits are made etc. at some point we may look at a full behind the scenes video with our crew, for now, enjoy this little snippet!
Model Railroad Magazine Metropolitan Union Passenger Station
 
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Here's some outake of our the 2014 National Model Railroad Association layout. This system is well worth the time and construction and allows for a multitude of operating considerations. With over 120' of Main Line running this 10' x 20' pike offers anything you can imagine.
Views: 150 theaergroupinc
Bourton Model Railway - Exhibition and Toy Shop
 
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Housed in a period farmhouse, established over 25 years a spectacular Model Railway Exhibition and traditional Toyshop situated right in the centre of the picturesque Cotswold village of Bourton-on-the-Water. Bourton-on-the-Water is famous for its shallow river flowing through its centre, spanned by low arched bridges and flanked by wide village greens. An ideal place to visit for its individual shops, tea-rooms and attractions which include Bourton Model railway, Model Village, Birdland, The Perfumery, Cotswold Motor Museum and Maze. Appealing to all ages this unique village makes it well worth a day visit or longer. This well stocked model and toyshop boasts a comprehensive Model Railway Section specialising in British and Continental OO/HO and N Gauge, with a full selection of scenic accessories available. You will also find a vast array of other toys and specialist items including Plastic Kits, Paints, Diecast Models, Radio Control Cars, Scalextric, Lego, Pre-School, Dolls, Soft Toys, Games and lots more! Extensive model railway department including: Hornby Collector Centre, Fleischmann, Bachmann, Peco, Graham Farish, Faller, Prieser, LGB, SuperQuick, Metcalf, Ratio, Wills, Modelscene, Scalextric Race Centre. Gold Star stockist for Corgi Collectables, Burago, Matchbox Hot Wheels, Auto Art, Maisto, Siku, Lledo.
Views: 6043 Cotswold TV
Dean Park Station Video 165 - Model Rail Magazines
 
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In this video I take a look at the four top selling model rail magazines in the UK. What ones do you like, dislike? Why? Be sure to complete the poll! Please comment, but do keep all comments free from insulting individual people. Enjoy.
Views: 4851 DaveClass47
A quick tour around Going Loco model railway shop Wakefield
 
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A quick walk through our shop, sorry for the focus blur . However you can clearly see that we have a vast amount of stock. pleas visit our website www.goinglocomodels.com and our Facebook page. Leave a like if you got the Dr Who joke
Views: 5269 Going Loco Model Shop
Building Model Railroader's HO scale Virginian Ry. model railroad
 
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http://mrr.trains.com/ -- Managing editor David Popp takes you on a tour of the HO scale Virginian Ry. He'll show you some of the key features of this expandable 4 x 8 model train layout. You'll also learn how the prototype railroad inspired the design. The first part of the Virginian Ry. series appears in the January 2012 issue of Model Railroader. Be sure to check http://mrr.trains.com/ for regular updates on this model train layout and more how-to videos.
Views: 192349 ModelRailroaderMag
A great model railroad near Portland Oregon is featured in this months Trackside's magazine and DVD.
 
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This month we visit a freelanced model railroad that travels through the Cascade Mountains, the High Desert, the Blue Mountains, and the Palouse to connect Portland, Oregon and Spokane, Washington. The railroad has an interesting story and hauls quite a variety of freight with an emphasis on logs and related products like woodchips and paper; ore, coal, and gravel; and mixed goods shipped between eastern and western Oregon. Our DVD feature shares a creative ride-along story on the club’s Pioneer passenger train as it travels westward as well as a story about the operations of the layout and the railroad’s mythical history. Thank you for viewing my Youtube channel. Please subscribe and a thumbs up if you enjoyed the video. Thanks again, Ross
Giant Model Railway - Dave Lowery's Layout (Part IV)
 
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PART IV of Dave's giant 'O' gauge model railway. In this episode, Mike talks to Dave about how the layout outgrew its original home and developed into the giant 'O' gauge layout we see today, plus Dave's tips on building your own layout. This is the last part of Dave Lowery's Giant Model Railway series. A new series featuring Chris Leigh's home layout is coming soon - so keep checking the Model Rail YouTube channel or Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/modelrail/ Mike Harris visits a giant model railway layout built by professional model maker and Model Rail magazine launch editor, Dave Lowery. Dave's layout is 30ft by 30ft and resides within a purpose-built annex in his garden. But there's so much more to Dave's 'O' gauge layout than model trains. Each locomotive is DCC sound fitted, most of the steam locomotives eject live steam, and the whole layout is split into five different scenes. Not to mention, Dave's garden backs onto the real East Coast Main Line! In this episode, Mike takes a first look at Dave's model railway, meets the man himself and learns about DCC (Digital Command Control). In Part II, Dave shows off his authentic Class 56 control desk, talks about life as a professional model maker and introduces Mike to the real trains in his garden - the East Coast Main Line. So, there's much, much more to come! If you like this Model Rail production, check out Model Rail magazine via the following websites: Website: http://www.model-rail.co.uk/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/modelrail/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/modelrailUK
Views: 7702 Model Rail Magazine
Whats Neat in model railroading | November 2018 Model Railroad Hobbyist | Ken Patterson
 
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http://mrhmag.com - MRH columnist Ken Patterson's November 2018 What's Neat column: - ESU’s new DCC system & WiFi throttle - Central Valley bridge build - Campbell Rice on modeling kudzu - Two more LEGO layouts - Plus so much more! Get even more great how-tos for model railroading on the Model Railroad Hobbyist website. This video is just part of the FREE November 2018 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
MRH announces TrainMasters-TV | Model Railroad Hobbyist Magazine | Model Train Video
 
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http://mrhmag.com - For about the cost of a sandwich, TrainMasters TV will bring you over an hours worth of entertainment and information that will help you build a better layout, every month - all delivered online in high definition video and stereo sound. Only from Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine!
Bargain! Your Model Railway Village Magazine Mk1 Coach
 
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A quick look at the superb 00 gauge Mk1 coach at comes with the first issue of the ' Your Model Railway Village Magazine'. In a smart BR Maroon Livery (which does not look out of place with Bachmann's), metal wheels and even NEM Couples, all for just £3.99! BARGAIN! Find them while you can! Hope you enjoy!
Views: 11468 SDJR7F88
Whats Neat in model railroading | September 2018 Model Railroad Hobbyist | Ken Patterson
 
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http://mrhmag.com - MRH columnist Ken Patterson's September 2018 What's Neat column: - St. Louis Railroad Proto Modelers meet - Visit with manufacturers - Interviews with modelers - Look at all the models on display - Plus some model runbys ... Get even more great how-tos for model railroading on the Model Railroad Hobbyist website. This video is just part of the FREE September 2018 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
Whats Neat in model railroading | July 2018 Model Railroad Hobbyist | Ken Patterson
 
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http://mrhmag.com - MRH columnist Ken Patterson's July 2018 What's Neat column: - Steve Mann’s HO C&NW layout - Better layout lift out sections - Bill White’s indoor G scale layout - Structure building with Ron Pare - USA Trains large scale autoracks - Drone footage, great runbys, and more ... Get even more great FREE how-tos for model railroading on the Model Railroad Hobbyist website. This video is just part of the TOTALLY FREE July 2018 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
The National Festival of Railway Modelling 2018 in Peterborough - with BRM Magazine
 
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Book online today! https://www.world-of-railways.co.uk/shows/show/the-national-festival-of-railway-modelling East of England Arena & Events Centre, Oundle Road, Alwalton, Peterborough, PE2 6XE 8th - 9th DECEMBER 2018 We are excited to announce that The National Festival of Railway Modelling will return for our 11th show over the weekend of 8th & 9th December 2018! This event continues to be a must for all railway modellers and a great day out for all the family. Thousands of visitors will join us at the East of England Arena & Events Centre in Peterborough with 30 layouts from a variety of major scales and gauges from UK and abroad plus over 100 quality traders, clubs & societies and 'How to' demonstrations on many aspects of the hobby. A FREE shuttle bus service will run approximately every 30 minutes on Saturday and Sunday between Peterborough Railway station and the venue. The first bus from the Railway station will be 8.30am and the last bus from the venue will be 5.15pm each day. If you're driving, the venue offers FREE parking, for Sat Nav please use PE2 6HE. Advance ticket booking is now open - book before 12 noon on Friday 7th December to SAVE on admission, have 30 minutes’ early entry into the show and receive a free show guide on arrival. Layout Name Gauge Scale Ashbrooke - Midland Railway - OO Ashurst Brickworks Light Railway - 009 Binns Road Hornby Dublo 3 Rail - OO Boscawen Junction - N Bournemouth West - 00FS Bradfield Gloucester Square - 00 Brewery Pit - OO Broom Junction - EM Buxton - N Byway MPD - OO Campbells Quarry - 32mm Cannons Cross - OO Caroline Concrete Works - O-16.5 Chapel Rise - OO Dentdale - N Dock Green BR(E) - O Eisengebrau - HO Faringdon - P4 Franwood TMD - OO Habbaniya, Iraq 1941 7mm NG and 009 Hampton End - G Hope-under-Dinmore - EM Kensington Addison Road - O Knowl End - OO Launceston Steam Railway - 009 Lomond Street - OO Roxby Town - N The Bridge of Remagen - N Trewithick - EM Wurst - HO-HOm Wyken Yard - O The following clubs and societies are attending the 2018 event. 73082 Camelot Locomotive Society Austrian Railway Group Battle Of Britain Locomotive Society Darjeeling Himalayan Railway Society Great Northern Railway Society Hornby Club Market Deeping Model Railway Club Model Electronics Railway Group (merg) N Gauge Society Oo Live Steam Road Show The 2mm Scale Association The Holden F5 Steam Locomotive Trust
Views: 1352 Warners Shows
Model Railroad Magazines Pro and Con LIVE
 
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Giant Model Railway - Dave Lowery's Layout (Part III)
 
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PART III of Dave's giant 'O' gauge model railway. In this episode, take a look at some of the weird and wonderful elements Dave has scattered around his layout. Also, Mike gets his hands on some tiny DCC sound decoders and Dave explains the benefits of fitting locomotives with smoke generators. Part IV will be out very soon - so keep checking the Model Rail YouTube channel or Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/modelrail/ Mike Harris visits a giant model railway layout built by professional model maker and Model Rail magazine launch Editor, Dave Lowery. Dave's layout is 30ft by 30ft and resides within a purpose-built annex in his garden. But there's so much more to Dave's 'O' gauge layout than model trains. Each locomotive is DCC sound fitted, most of the steam locomotives eject live steam, and the whole layout is split into five different scenes. Not to mention, Dave's garden backs onto the real East Coast Main Line! In this episode, Mike takes a first look at Dave's model railway, meets the man himself and learns about DCC (Digital Command Control). In Part II, Dave shows off his authentic Class 56 control desk, talks about life as a professional model maker and introduces Mike to the real trains in his garden - the East Coast Main Line. So, there's much, much more to come! If you like this Model Rail production, check out Model Rail magazine via the following websites: Website: http://www.model-rail.co.uk/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/modelrail/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/modelrailUK
Views: 9830 Model Rail Magazine
Amiens 1918 - Model Rail Magazine - Nov 2018 Issue!
 
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Amiens 1918 - Tracks & Trenches features in the November 2018 issue of Model Rail Magazine! Be sure to pick-up a copy Model Rail for a full write-up, plus the wonderful photography of Chris Nevard! A full video of the photo shot can be seen here; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zTJeoMoVso A massive Thank You to Chris for the photoshoot, and be sure to check out his website and amazing projects; http://www.nevard.com/ Hope you enjoy!
Views: 706 SDJR7F88
Loftus Road -- OO gauge model railway layout from the June 2012 issue of BRM!
 
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Read more about Loftus Road in the full feature article in the June 2012 issue of British Railway Modelling magazine. Find out more and subscribe to the digital edition at www.model-railways-live.co.uk
PECO's Permanent  Model Railway Exhibition (PECORAMA) 30/04/2017
 
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A quick look at Pecorama in South Devon. The Peco factory is here as well as a permanent model railway exhibition and miniature railway. A good look in the well stocked shop is recommended.
Views: 19615 Brockwell Lane
Sam Juan Scenic Line Model Railroad Layout, Trackside Model Railroading
 
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Trackside Model Railroading digital magazine toured Sam Furukawa’s version of the Rio Grande Southern this month. His layout models the RGS route from Ridgway in the north through Vance, Ophir, and south to Rico. Sam built the layout with the help of a few others and it is exquisitely scenicked. The layout is based in the 1940s. Sam runs mostly C and K Class locomotives on double-header trains. Sam’s layout is a good example of a railfanning layout, and he designed it with areas where he can run trains just to watch them climb the grade of the San Juan Mountains. Sign up for your free digital magazine to read and see more of this Sn3 Layout.
Using zip texturing weathering powders | Model Railroad Hobbyist | Joe Fugate
 
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http://mrhmag.com - From the MRH Vault: Nov/Dec 2010 Using homemade zip texturing weathering powders on: - Trackwork - Tunnel portals - Dirt/gravel roads - Rock cuts - Water courses For more, see the FREE Nov/Dec 2010 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine available here: https://mrhmag.com/magazine/mrh-2010-NovDec
How to : open the "your model railway village magazine" mk1 coaches
 
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So by popular demand a how to tutorial on the "how to make a model railway" mk1 coaches as quite a couple of people have asked how to take them apart Surprisingly it is like a kit but already built so the sides and roof come of separately so could be resprayed provided the windows are taken off or masked up These coaches are ideal for some small projects like respraying or even weathering as I plan on respraying one into network rail to go with my breakdown crane and network rail 57 (hopefully when I get one) and the chassis is going to have some weathering to do on the underside so I will be doing a video on that when I get some weathering powders but the roof will have to be resprayed on all of them to hopefully make them look a bit less plasticky So the jobs are to do to them soon are : Respray all roofs to a dark grey Respray one coach into network rail and add transfers that I need to get weather the underside of all coaches A review of these are here http://youtu.be/pvuAjzTmfQc How to contact YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/CreweJunction Twitter : www.twitter.com/crewejunction Email : [email protected] Skype : CreweJunction Facebook : www.facebook.com/groups/CreweJunction This video and any footage may not be copied without authorisation by me and any other person used in the video. Any footage they have made for this video can be used at their own accord
Views: 3811 CreweJunction
Making miniature decidious trees | Model railroad scenery EasyTrees | Model Railroad Hobbyist | MRH
 
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http://mrhmag.com - MRH publisher Joe Fugate demonstrates his EasyTrees method of making great looking miniature deciduous trees in record time. This video is chapter 14 of the Siskiyou Line how-to video series sold by the MRH Store ( http://store.mrhmag.com/store/p7/siskiyou-line-scenery-2 ). Part of the content in the November 2012 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist ezine.
First time resin casting | October 2018 Model Railroad Hobbyist | Chris Adams
 
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http://mrhmag.com - In First time resin casting, Chris Adams discusses how he got into resin casting and shares his experiences. In this video, Chris shows how his first time resin casting project came out. Get even more great how-tos for model railroading on the Model Railroad Hobbyist website. This video is just part of the FREE October 2018 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
Magazine 1 - Your Model Railway Village - Sad review
 
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Some people happy with these. Some people not. Your Model Railway Village - Quick review of the track and coach with issue 1. The mag is quite good actually. It sold for £3.99 (Aug 2013) and seemed a bargain really. But you get what you pay for. The track isn't a patch on Hornby track and the plastic is more brown in colour, so doesn't match (it does not have a name on it). The un-branded coach has quite a lot of friction/drag. For the price though it is pretty good. So my review here is mixed but I can't recommend the coaches from my experience. So bear this in mind. You decide. This is why: Drag. Here I demonstrate the friction in the coaches compared to Hornby coaches. I use a little shunter as this highlights the drag. I find Hornby Railroad or Super Detail coaches to all free-wheel very well, and my shunter can pull them easily. But these coaches given with the magazine (I'm not even sure who makes them) do not free-wheel very well, and the shunter just wheel-spins on the spot! None of the coaches are numbered (decal sheet with six numbers would have been great) and they lack little details for example on the windows. The roof colour is just coloured plastic and isn't a smooth finish. The maroon sides look ok though. Still the couplings seem good, and the detail underneath is ok. Metal wheels. But not a patch on my more expensive coaches. You can see the difference. The magazines normally cost £8.99 and there are 120 issues! Over £1000. They build into a model railway village set in the 60's. So overall I have mixed views but I can't recommend these coaches. Sorry guys. Nice try, and well done on the price. but the drag factor puts me off the coaches. And since this review I have test run the coaches twice more and found a weak coupling that sometimes uncouples, and on another coach a bogie that derails on occasion. There is no comparison to my regular Hornby coaches that are very reliable. What are your findings? Feel free to post messages. Three people in my railway club got on with these ok, and were happy with the quality. Perhaps I had a poor batch? If you are interested in train videos, please see my extremely regular Calverton layout updates, and my railway visit uploads. Internet search 'Calvertfilm'.
Views: 11498 Calvertfilm
Carving foam more effectively | Model railroad tips | Model Railroad Hobbyist | MRH
 
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http://mrhmag.com - MRH What's Neat columnist Ken Patterson demonstrates his tools and methods for carving foam; 2) Ken provides some photo tips using Helicon Focus and how to get a headlight effect in model night photography; 3) Ken talks to Dirk Reynolds about what methods he's tp build a bedroom shelf layout; 4) Demonstration of how to use a laser level when building benchwork, 5) And many great train runbys. Part of the August 2015 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
Giant Model Railway - Dave Lowery's Layout (Part II)
 
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PART II of Dave's giant 'O' gauge model railway. In this episode, Dave shows off his authentic Class 56 control desk, talks about life as a professional model maker and introduces Mike to the real trains in his garden. ALSO: Dave and Mike get attacked by flying ants... Parts III and IV will be out very soon - so keep checking the Model Rail YouTube channel or Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/modelrail/ Mike Harris visits a giant model railway layout built by professional model maker and Model Rail magazine launch Editor, Dave Lowery. Dave's layout is 30ft by 30ft and resides within a purpose-built annex in his garden. But there's so much more to Dave's 'O' gauge layout than model trains. Each locomotive is DCC sound fitted, most of the steam locomotives eject live steam, and the whole layout is split into five different scenes. Not to mention, Dave's garden backs onto the real East Coast Main Line! In this episode, Mike takes a first look at Dave's model railway, meets the man himself and learns about DCC (Digital Command Control). In Part II, Dave shows off his authentic Class 56 control desk, talks about life as a professional model maker and introduces Mike to the real trains in his garden - the East Coast Main Line. So, there's much, much more to come! If you like this Model Rail production, check out Model Rail magazine via the following websites: Website: http://www.model-rail.co.uk/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/modelrail/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/modelrailUK
Views: 13523 Model Rail Magazine
Model Railway Village Part 1 Rivet Counting Cheap Toy Trains
 
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Toy train investigation of Your Model Railway Village Part 1, which has the best value OO gauge Mark 1 passenger carriage, the steel OO gauge train track can go straight in the bin (reason explained in the video). But where does the value start and stop with this 120 issue step by step guide to making a model railway train set from scratch? Whats really important with these styles of collections is to read the fine print. *Not all items shown are included in the collection, some appear as projects in the magazine. Items may vary from those shown. Layout complete in 120 issues, total cost AU$2,386.80*. Making the model railway as shown in the promotional media will take time, there are additional costs above the AU$2,386.80 before you can run your trains. You need to buy the Bachmann 00 Gauge Fowler Class 3F ‘Jinty’ model steam locomotive, Electrical Kit, including speed controller, light switch, wire and 3-pin plugs and cork underlay. You can claim 60% off the Bachmann locomotive and 33% off the electrical controller by collecting vouchers in issues 6 through to 20. Basically the discounts are included in these issues. Prices as follows: Bachmann Jinty Engine $399.99 inc. GST ($159.99 inc. GST with discount). Electrical Kit $134.99 inc. GST ($89.99 inc. GST with discount). Cork Underlay $34.99 inc. So if your not getting the discounts it makes for a very expensive addition to the cost of the collection. This model railway collection lets you build up a village called Little Benton set in the 1960's, thats a nice idea. It looks like the perfect deep end jump into a very interesting and satisfying hobby. But as always you need to really investigate if this style of collection provides good value for money. I think the information in the magazines could be found on many web sites, youtube videos and model railway forums. But Your Model Railway Village brings it to you in a precise and concise way. I did try to get more part 1's but they sold out very fast. The newsagents I go to said some people were buying all the issues out because of the cheap Mark 1 railway carriage. I bet they went up on e-bay! Anyway this video did get derailed and I really only investigated the Mark 1 railway carriage Vs a Hornby railway carriage I purchased at my local hobby store. The pull down of both models reveals some curious facts. The biggest weakness of this collection is the style of track. I am sure it will only lead to causing lots of confusion and delay. Model railways have come a long way since the use of steel track. Anyway you will see my childhood train collection and my Bachmann Thomas The Tank will get a run. Choo, Choo! Another very delayed video upload due to the problems I was having during 2014. Web Links : http://www.modelrailwayvillage.com/ http://www.modelrailwayvillage.com/AU-YMRV-specialoffer.pdf
Views: 1076141 leokimvideo
Your Model Railway Village Magazine
 
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Your model railway village magazine, comes with a free piece of track and a highly detailed coach worth 25.99 now 3.99 with this magazine inside is information about the last years of steam in the 60's buy your copy fast before issue 2 of your model railway magazine comes out!
Views: 2262 UKRailTv
Gaugemaster Model Railway Shop, Ford
 
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A visit to Gaugemaster Model Shop, Ford, West Sussex. This is a very well stocked model railway / railroad shop. Even if you go just to look rather than buy, its a very interesting shop.
Views: 412 TransportFanUK
N gauge model railway layout by Train Line Model Shop.com
 
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N gauge oval, rural, scenic, model railway layout. 54" x 24" x 8" Please look out for other layouts coming soon. In particular watch how the OO folding shelf layout is coming along. Check what John is building next on our website.
Views: 4321 Train Line Models
Model Rail/Rapido J70
 
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Rapido Trains has produced a revised sample of our ‘OO’ gauge LNER ‘J70’ 0‑6‑0T. Once decorated samples have been approved, production will begin. Delivery is expected Q3/Q4 2018. To order your ‘J70’, go to www.modelrailoffers.co.uk
Views: 2708 Model Rail Magazine
Painting a model railroad backdrop - sky, clouds, and hills
 
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Charlie Comstock, contributing editor at Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine, demonstrates how he paints backdrops on his Bear Creek & South Jackson HO scale model railroad. Charlie likes his clouds amorphous so he creates them using an airbrush. He keeps the hills simple - an outline of a distant ridge topped with trees mixed with clear cuts using latex house paint.
Views: 16606 BCSJRR

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