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Video #1. ‘My Railroad’ (Part 1)
75 year old John takes you on a tour of his HO layout. It's remarkable how John has compacted so many ideas and features
into a small 10 foot x 8 foot room. If you are pushed for space,
then you'll be inspired by what John has achieved.
Without giving too much away, I can reveal that John will tell you about the monorail he built, he'll ‘double head’ a couple of steam locos and add smoke oil.He'll also operate the ‘Big Boy’ locomotive and take you on a tour around the entire layout.
|Video #2. ‘Baseboard Construction’ (Part 1)
The C&SFT layout is modular, being made up of modules no more than 6 feet long. This makes it easy to add extra length at either end or anywhere in the middle by adding modules. Watch, as experienced model railroader James, shows you step-by-step how to construct a baseboard.
Video #3. ‘My Railroad’ (Part 2)
|Video #4. ‘Baseboard Construction’ (Part 2)
James shows how to align the tracks between modules to avoid problems with erratic running and derailments caused by poorly aligned track. He explains how to test track alignment before ballasting.
|Video #5. ‘My Railroad’ (Part 3)
On this video John shows his electrical setup and explains scenery construction techniques. He demonstrates a working crane and gives an interesting tutorial on lubricating a locomotive and how to use conducta lubricants for cleaning and lubricating commutators.
|Video #6. ‘Trains In The Tropics’
The Cairns/Kuranda Scenic Railway in Queensland, Australia is an amazing example of engineering achievement. This is a fascinating look at the prototype and HO layout including the Skyrail and unique ‘Aussie style’ buildings. Very interesting!
|Video #7. ‘Agriculture & Industrial Layouts’
You'll be impressed with many of the clever model railroading scenery ideas in this video. Watch a sugar cane train on its journeys from fields to sugar mill. This layout features: a wheat growing district, a loaded coal train, open-cut mine and port facility. There's even an outback town with livestock yards portrayed. Lots of ideas here!
|Video #8. ‘Soldering The Track’
In this tutorial James, will show you how to solder and wire track for a reliable connection every time. James talks you through the process step-by-step and reveals a little trick to get a good solder!
"I'm really enjoying watching your model railroading videos. Thanks so much. I'll be recommending them to club members"
|Video #9. ‘Suburban Trains’ - the full version
You'd swear you were watching real commuter trains running on a suburban line. This layout tour features some interesting scenery ideas like sports fields, suburban housing, a footbridge, roads and more. Very realistic!
|Video #10. ‘Ballasting Made Easy’
Discover how to lay and fix ballast on track-work to get the most realistic look. Everything is explained step-by-step in this interesting clip.
|Video #11. ‘Model Train Show – Brisbane’ (Part 1)
This 9 minute amateur video includes lots of fascinating clips from the annual model train show held in Brisbane, Australia. You'll get a variety of scenery ideas and see a mix of British and American freight and passenger trains operating. Better still, you'll enjoy this show without having the expense of getting there!
|Video #12. ‘A Garden Railway Tour’ (Part 1)
Experienced garden railroader Colin takes you on a tour of his 650-foot garden railway 18 months into construction. He explains the A, B and C of the design and planning process and reveals 17 important questions about building your own garden railway. He gives some valuable tips and shows you how to avoid problems you may not have thought of.
|Video #13. ‘DCC Movements’
James will show you some ideas on how to make the best use of DCC. His Chicago & South Forest Terminal RR is an HO scale, point to point switching and industrial layout, set in Illinois and Indiana. He starts by showing some train movements you can do in DCC that you can’t do in DC without switches to isolate sections. James shows an easy way to keep a register of locos and their DCC settings.
|Video #14. ‘Model Train Show – Brisbane’ (Part 2)
This second amateur video of the Brisbane Model Train Show is nearly 11 minutes in length. Some of the pics are a little blurry, but I know you'll be glued to the action and impressed with the variety of locomotives and rolling stock on display. The scenery is simply outstanding!
|You'll see close up shots of an old gas station, some character houses, a level crossing, a fishing village, a cityscape, a fire scene, an old mining town and more. The highlight of this video has got to be the farmyard scenes. The staging of cows in the milking shed is as realistic as it gets.|
|Other fascinating farmyard scenes include close-ups of: beef cows at a waterhole, realistic fencing, a diesel fuel tank, pig pens and a multitude of farm equipment. If you are planning on adding a farm or country scene to your layout, then this clip is not to be missed!|
|Video #15. ‘DCC Decoder Programming’
One of the great features of a NMRA compatible DCC system is the ability to change the operating characteristics of locomotives. James shows how to change basic settings, such as minimum and maximum speed, using the ROCO LokMaus 11 DCC system and how to program CV2 using the F1 key. This clip includes some useful CV’s for basic decoder programming. James goes on to show how you can change the decoder channel number of a locomotive on the Bachmann Ezycommand DCC system.
|Video #16. ‘A Garden Railway Tour’ (Part 2)
Colin continues his garden railway tour explaining how and why he built the elevated track sections. He reveals the two ‘must-have’ features of any garden railway and discusses the effects of climate, lighting and the different train control systems. Colin then demonstrates an electrically operated Baldwin Steam Locomotive and gives some tips on ‘points’ and structure building.
|Video #17. ‘Electrics Explained’
In this video clip, James explains the control panel he built to control various points on his layout including the signals. He shows you how he has motorized all the turnouts on the main tracks and why he’s left all the other turnouts, such as the interchange, as manual throw turnouts. James has used different methods to attach the turnouts depending on their location on the layout and shows how he has mounted the DCC system under his baseboard.
|After a quick tour James explains how to measure the track voltage and how to reduce the voltage to prevent decoders from overheating or failing. He then shows you step-by-step how to build a ‘diode matrix’ set.|
"I've saved each video to my computer so I can watch them whenever I want a break from doing chores around the house. Thanks."
"I made my first baseboard after watching the video tutorial. You made it so easy to understand."
|Video #18. ‘Model Train Show – Wanganui’ (Part 1)
Here's a way to see a model railroad exhibit without having the expense of the airfare or accommodation. This video features an interesting visit to the annual Model Train Show at Wanganui, New Zealand.
|Watch the trains operating and pick up some clever scenery ideas as a bonus. This short video includes a Street Tram, a Z scale layout with buildings constructed from cereal packs, an N scale European layout, a quick look at some G scale trains and a busy HO layout with diesel and steam engines plus a operating gondola and more. Wonderful entertainment!|
|Video #19. ‘Model Train Show – Wanganui’ (Part 2)
Continue your Train Show Tour with a close look at two amazing HO layouts. The first is the Rocky River Railroad with double-headed locos hauling coal, tankers and other freight through tunnels and climbing steep grades. This is rough terrain and spectacular to watch. By contrast the next layout is a busy European Railway packed with fascinating with scenery ideas and a wonderful mix of freight and passenger trains. Not to be missed!
|Video #20. ‘Model Train Show – Wanganui’ (Part 3)
The scratch-built coal loading facility is one of the first things you'll spot when you see the Bay Railway Modelers ‘Ironbridge Flats Railroad’ HO layout in operation. Watch an Amtrak passenger train power through a railroad crossing and disappear into a tunnel as a couple of Santa Fe locos haul freight through an industrial area.
|Then there's the UK Southern Railway layout to get even more ideas from. You'll see a mix of steam and diesel locomotives operating and spot some excellent examples of brickwork, a water tower, character buildings including a church, railway station platform and cleverly designed countryside.
The street scenes will certainly get the creative juices flowing!
|Video #21. ‘A Garden Railway Tour’ (Part 3)
Colin explains his dug-out steaming bay and power control panel.
He gives you a close look underneath the Union Pacific RS3 locomotive and how it operates.
|Colin shows how easy and economical it can be to run a live steamer and takes you step-by-step through the process of getting started. He shares several useful tips and reveals the one thing you should never do when running live steamers. But that's not all...Colin shows how to construct a tunnel for easy access and a useful tip for extending the life of your engines.|
|Video #22. ‘Scenery & Structures’
James has used a variety of sources for the structures on his layout. Most are scratch-built using plywood, cardboard, MDF, balsawood and pine planks, with parts from completed kits.
|James takes you on a photo tour of: Bluwall Printers, American Electric, Amoco Fuel Distributors, Midwest Foods, South Forest Plymill, Feed N Seed,The Engine Shed, RIP Facility, South Forest Silos and Arkwright Engineering.|
|He shows how he used a photo on the backdrop. Trees on the layout are either mass-produced, kit, or dyed/spray painted pillow stuffing with foliage glued to them. Ground cover is sand with commercially available scatter as well as ‘wet florist foam’ and dried moss. Enjoy the tour!|
|Video #23. ‘Making Scenery Foliage’
Florist foam is an inexpensive, versatile material to use when making foliage and groundcover for your model railroad layout. Watch how to go about it step-by-step. Then, see a demonstration of applying ‘dried moss’ as foliage. It is so easy when you know how!
|Video #24. ‘Layout Tour – C&SFT RR’
James takes you on a 10-minute tour of his HO layout, the Chicago & South Forest Terminal RR set in Illinois and Indiana. This ‘shunting’ layout has staging areas with various industries and an interchange. James explains how he added the Thorn Creek module to allow the layout to be set up in a ‘U’ shape. He also reveals what he’s done to help other operators who are new to his layout.
|Video #25. ‘The Low-Cost Way To Make Background Trees’
In this video you discover an inexpensive way to make background trees. It’s quick and easy and looks great!
Video #26. ‘Operational Ideas’ (Part 1)
He later adds empty outbound cars from Midwest Foods requiring some sorting of the interchange outbound track. The switcher crew decides to sort the cars now rather than later. Watch the progress as each action is explained.
|Video #27. ‘Operational Ideas’ (Part 2)
See how James uses ‘dummy’ locos (without motors or gears) to add operating interest and to allow loco changeover moves at the interchange. Watch James demonstrate a loco swap using a powered locomotive and a couple of ‘dummy’ locomotives. He then shows how a ‘dummy’ loco can save you from using a turntable or ‘wye’ track. Fascinating to watch!
Video #28. ‘Operational Ideas’ (Part 3)
Video #29. ‘Trains At The Interchange’
Video #30. ‘Operational Ideas’ (Part 4)
Video #31. ‘Layout Tour – Mountain Ash’
|The scenery represents Australian forest with lots of trees, a stream, and undergrowth (you’ll get lots of scenery ideas!). This RR runs two main locos; a Porter 0-4-2T and a Climax geared loco. Both have been weathered and ‘Australian-ized’ to fit the Australian theme.|
Video #32. ‘Mainline Operation’ (Part 1)
Video #33. ‘Emerald Lake Model Railway’ (Part 1)
|Watch the working cable cars close-up and then see an English container train roll by. There are also Australian Freight trains and English passenger trains to enjoy. A truly wonderful display!|
|Video #34. ‘Emerald Lake Model Railway’ (Part 2)
This exciting display includes models of British, European and Japanese prototypes. The main terminal station and yard has various passenger and freight trains departing regularly. There is a lot see and enjoy when watching this video clip.
Video #35. ‘Mainline Operation’ (Part 2)
Video #36. ‘Train Spotting On The C&SFT Railroad’ (Part 1)
|Video #37. ‘Layout Tour - Yellow Pass’ (Part 1)
Take a video tour of the Yellow Pass Sub, an HO scale layout set in the mountain region of Colorado. The layout is about 30 feet x 12 feet in size and is housed in a garage next to the house. The tour starts at the industries near Carrolton yard. The yard has a number of tracks for holding cars with tracks taking 20 cars each.
|Carrolton also has an engine servicing facility, a turntable and a roundhouse. You’ll be treated to some wonderful close-up shots of structures as well as a spectacular scene as a Rio Grande coal train passes through Carrolton complete with sound decoders.|
Video #38. ‘Train Spotting On The C&SFT Railroad’ (Part 2)
Video #39. ‘Train Spotting On The C&SFT Railroad’ (Part 3)
Video #40. ‘Train Spotting On The C&SFT Railroad’ (Part 4)
|Video #41. ‘Layout Tour - Yellow Pass’ (Part 2)
Mountain scenery is a major feature of the layout with some montains almost touching the ceiling. There are also a number of industries to switch. You’ll get a great close-up look at: a gravel loader, Brettle Gulch Trestle, Tinker Mine and Ashley Creek.
|Live action includes a Rio Grande westbound freight train at Sumpter and then close-ups as it crosses the Oldora Creek Bridge. There’s another interesting scene of an eastbound Santa Fe mixed freight at Sumpter and a westbound Burlington Northern train (with three locos) at Wildhorse Creek.|
|Video #42. ‘Layout Tour - Yellow Pass’ (Part 3)
This is a chance to sit back, relax and watch the magnificent scenery as a Santa Fe mixed freight train passing Topsa Siding.
|There is a glimpse of the train crossing Running Wolf River Bridge into Raglan before seeing it cross directly above you as it crawls across Brettle Gulch Trestle. Spectacular, pure enjoyment!|
|"Not only have I enjoyed watching the videos, I find it so much easier watching scenes of what to do. Well done Robert!”
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"Robert, I just wanted to say thank you. I've learned more in a month from your railway videos than I did reading several books. They've been well worth the investment."
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"It's good getting sent a new train video (or two) every week. I wait with anticipation and then watch each video over and over again. I've gained lots of ideas and I'm going to recommend your video series to lots of people."
Paul H, WA, Australia
"That guy James in the videos sure knows his stuff. Even I'm impressed!"
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|"I like the fact they're amateur videos and not some flashy studio production. They're even better than I imagined...real people who know what they're talking about. These videos are well worth getting!"
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