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Old red Chevrolet pickup cruising around the grounds down by the miniature scale train ride.
21 Apr 2009
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A toy trian filmed in black and white.
17 Aug 2006
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4 Jun 2012
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Monster mega review of the Newqida remote control G-Scale model train system for those on a tight budget. Setting up this garden railway was a massive learning curve for me, hopefully I don't look too dumb as I struggle to get this railway up and running in the garden.. This G scale train has some amazing detail, it's right up there with LGB but at a fraction of the price (LGB clone / copy). I did find out you get what you pay for. It's a poor man's G scale but still loads of fun and well worth the few hundred dollars I paid....I think! The Newqidia web site indicates the model number is 757 Steam Locomotive, Krupp built. *******en.rc757****/home.html I purchased this train from my local Hobby store. *******www.hobbylandaustralia****.au/ Not a Thomas Tank in sight in this video. Web Links : *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/G_scale *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/Garden_railway *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/Steam_locomotive Also well worth a read about Krupp, more than just amazing trains. *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/Krupp
29 Apr 2013
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This is the Longest G Scale Train on YouTube! This incredible 152 car train is being pulled by (1) single USA Trains Big Boy locomotive. On the third segment of this video, we swapped out the (1) USA Trains Big Boy for (6) Aristo-Craft Dash 9's. (2) Dash 9's probably could have pulled the train, but (6) locomotives looks much more impressive. Every car in this train has had the plastic wheels changed out to metal rolling bearing wheels and axles. And the funky LGB couplers were changed out to body mounted Kadee couplers. These (2) items alone almost doubled the wieght of each car. Had we kept the plastic wheels and LGB couplers on each car, it would have been alot easier to pull the 152 cars. But it would have been a lot more unrealistic too! Both the Big Boy and the Dash 9's are being powered by online batteries and they are being remote controled using AirWire. AirWire is the greatest remote controlled software out there. It does so many things! We feel the Big Boy could have pulled more than the 152 cars you see here, but some of the couplers kept failing. The preasure of 406 pounds on the first 20 cars is tremendous! It took us (9) takes just to get these (3) video segments because of the coupler problems. If we could solve the coupler problem, I really think the Big Boy could be pulling close to 200 cars all by itself! So we will work on that for a future pull. The Palo Verde and Southwestern RR really lends itself to pulling these long trains. We have extremely long straight-a-ways (there is (1) straight-a-way 297 feet and another one 274 feet), all of our curved track has 20' diameter curves or greater, and, all of our curved track is super elevated. So pulling long trains around the layout is very smooth. We hope you enjoy this video that we made! Thanks for watching! Dennis
8 Aug 2013
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This was a video that Movie Mix Productions did for us a year ago during the EagleWings Open House. It shows the inside of our train building where we stage and store our trains. We then shot a Southern Pacific freight and a Santa Fe passenger in different areas of the layout. Have fun!
6 Dec 2009
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The Orlando N-trak Club is a well established model railroad club with its own building located off E. Colonial Dr (Highway 50) on the east side of Orlando, Florida. Their train room is 30ft. by 60ft. and they run a Digitrax control system on the permanent layout. In this video you will see a couple of locations on the permanent layout and the modules. This video has DUBBED AUDIO, so turn up the volume. For more information about the Orlando N-trak Model Railroad Club, visit their website at *******www.trainweb****/orlandontrak Video Uploaded & Copyrighted by Jared Davis of Whistlepost Productions
21 Jul 2010
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My fifth engine running in the snow.
31 Aug 2013
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Pacific Coast Modular Club PCMC Model Train. National Train Show, NMRA, Anaheim, CA.
19 Jul 2008
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This is a military train in my N gauge model railway layout. The locomotive here is the TRA R100(GE G22U). Welcome to my homepage: *******s63d0018kim.myweb.hinet****/ (Chinese Big-5 Code only)
25 Apr 2009
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modelrr.oakviewresources**** This is part 2 of a multi- part tutorial of doing Model Railroad Scenery using extruded construction foam. I start carving the scenery.
9 Apr 2009
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modelrr.oakviewresources**** This is Part 1 of a Higher Quality Version of the "Trains Running Through Scenery" series. A bunch of you asked to see trains running through the scenery I created for the Extruded Foam Video Series on my model railroad so here it is.
30 Apr 2009
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modelrr.oakviewresources**** Part 5: A short tutorial on weathering rolling stock for your model railroad with powdered chalks.
9 Apr 2009
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modelrr.oakviewresources**** This is the part 9 of a multi- part tutorial of doing Model Railroad Scenery using extruded construction foam. More dirt, more grass, so much glue...
25 May 2009
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A small glimpse and the HO layout of the Burlington Model Railroad Engineers Society.
22 Aug 2009
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*******modelrr.oakviewresources****/ This is a 5 part series where I paint a test backdrop using an airbrush. It was a great learning experience for me. I definitely learned what NOT to do when I finally do paint my backdrop on my model railroad.
26 Aug 2009
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