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Tin Cup Mining and Logging Railroad in HO Scale
 
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The Tin Cup Railroad is an imaginary mining and logging railroad located in the Colorado high country. The model is HO scale. The Locomotives are all DCC with sound added. The trees are all handmade and 99% of the structures are scratch built. The layout was originally 14 ft. by 5 ft. at the widest point. Two recent additions increased the length to just under 20ft.
Views: 506 Michael Trout
HO scale Walthers Cornerstone Coal mine and the track plan
 
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a bit of a update on the layout, been full of set backs this last month and not done with them yet. but in saying that I can get some more track laid . https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_ttx4ejxDJawjGQBlBdI7Q check out the links at the end for some nice channels, and other videos to watch So I get going again on the HO scale model train layout, getting the walthers cornerstone mine building set up close to the right spot. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Live swap meet , how you can take part, Wednesday night live chat" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aMNvU1fv2rI -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 5319 sparky107107
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: 198459 ModelRailroaderMag
Ho model train layout, lift out section, walther coal mine area, the final tracks are layed
 
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I get all the Track laid down for the Walthers Cornerstone Mining area, the lift out section of track gets a make over, better turn radius and a bit longer. Build a Viaduct from a 4x4 square piece of foam block. And try to run some trains, To help create my videos I use TUBE BUDDY . It has a free part to help you out and you can try it out,, but after a week I upgraded to the star version, If you would like to check this site out Please use the link I provide below,,, https://www.tubebuddy.com/sparky107107 🚂🚌🚌🚌🚌🚌 -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Live swap meet , how you can take part, Wednesday night live chat" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aMNvU1fv2rI -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 1058 sparky107107
HO Gauge Appalachian Mountain Coal Mine Layout Part 1
 
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Just a quick video of my layout in progress. It's a Norfolk Southern "Horsehead" railroad, to be set around a modern day Appalachian Mountain coal mine. I haven't quite figured out the season yet, but most likely mid to late summer for simplicity. This is my first model railroad layout. It's currently running DC, but will be converted to DCC as work progresses. It's a small 4x8 layout utilizing 18" radius curves for the mainline and 15" curves for the mining line, as well as a yard/staging area to add more than just continuous running.. To make the most of my limited layout size, I chose to go with raising the mining line to cross over the mainline to maximize track and to add a bit of depth to it to keep it from getting boring after a few operating sessions, as well as to add a bit more scenery, utilizing mountains, a plateau, a lake/pond, a gorge, and a river. To follow the build in a bit more detail, check out my thread on Model Railroad Forums @ http://www.modelrailroadforums.com/forum/showthread.php?t=19185 Thanks for watching. Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlRIcq48kLg Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOYOdtrvfdI Part 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmrumYGUCuY Part 5: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80N2VhkQQWA Part 6: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhDteDSX-2Y Part 7: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNKQr2p6Rcw Part 8: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLJ-YPvT75k Part 9: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGGBkwWkZ8U
Views: 19214 mydartswinger
RealRail Model Railroading - Model Railroad layout in HO scale 4K UHD
 
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The Railroad Education and Learning Center of Florida, Inc, (RealRail) will be the educational and historical hub for teaching and illustrating the impact of railroading in Florida and the U.S. RealRail will achieve this through a Center that provides an entertaining , interactive learning experience to the community through models and exhibits.
Views: 1428 Need4Life
Ho CSX Layout Empty Hoppers Return To Coal Mine
 
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Ho CSX Layout taking empty hoppers back to the mine
Views: 190 trainsri
Very Detailed Mining Town HO Scale at The Great Train Show
 
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Model Trains: The Great Train Expo Model Train Show: See More at: http://www.YouTube.com/TrainsAmerican America's Coast to Coast Train show - HO Scale, N Scale, Z Scale, Train Sets, Vintage Trains, Locomotives and So Much More! Denver, CO - Filmed with GoPro Hero HD Camera • Toy train play area • Model railroad layouts they can operate • Workshops on model railroading • Lots of layouts featuring different scales The Great Train Expo is America's favorite traveling train show serving more states than any other show. Our shows feature operating model railroads, train dealers, collectors, hands-on exhibits, demonstrations, workshops, and much more! Many shows feature a riding train for kids. There is a play are for smaller engineers. It is a great way to spend the day whether you're an avid modeler or just looking for a fun and interesting day out with the family. General Show Information   The Great Train Expo is a national, traveling show that caters to the model railroad enthusiast. The show features 200-500 tables of train dealers, who offer everything from... HO Scale, N Scale, Lionel (O Gauge), G Gauge, Z Scale, American Flyer (S Gauge), hobby tools, die-cast vehicles, train whistles, scenery items, Railroadiania Slides, t-shirts, videos, railroad gift items, books, photos and much, MUCH MORE ! Model Train show here in Denver. Huge show! Free Parking! Free Workshop topics include "Scenery' & "DCC Installation". Hundreds of table with dealers from across the country. Over a dozen spectacular layouts. It's chilly outside, but splendid inside, so come on out to the show. The show offers a variety of operating model railroad and toy layouts for the entire family to enjoy in many different scales and gauges. Check them out and get some great ideas for your own layout! If you're interested in joining a local model railroading club, the Great Train Expo is a great place to visit some of the different clubs in your area and learn more about them. If you're looking to sell an old toy train, this is the perfect place. You can get appraisals and offers from multiple dealers under the same roof! There are lots of tables, filled with every type of train and train accessory imaginable. The layouts are huge and packed in. The show is bursting! Come on over this weekend and spend the day with trains. "train show" "model train" "model train show" "ho scale" "n scale" "great train expo" "The Great Train Expo" "g gauge" "z scale" "national train show" "model train convention" "convention" denver colorado "model railroad" railroad train locomotive layout how to "go pro" "gopro" "gopro hero" "gopro hero hd"
Views: 3307 AboutColorado
HO Mining Train Pizza Layout 2
 
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These are Comstockcarshops mining cars that will run on HO scale track.
Views: 650 Greg
Operating HO Coal Loader and Real Coal Loads
 
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The operating coal load out on our layout is now up and running. It works, but we still have to get it painted! Thanks for watching and comment below to let me know what you think! P.S. We are using Woodland Scenics Coarse black ballast.
Views: 153136 NSmodeler24
HO Mining Train Pizza Layout
 
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HO Mining Train Pizza Layout
Views: 1148 Greg
Long HO Scale BC Rail Freight On Winter Layout!
 
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The latest project of mine...Building up a decent BCOL freight! This is the first time the consist has been assembled (minus 2 TOFC cars that snagged a crossover) in its entity, cutting loose on the Wilmington RR Museum Layout. Second to Maersk, this niche has safely caught my interest and attention...
Views: 755 SCL3618
Build an HO-scale mining town 6: Installation
 
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After finishing Brian's batch of structures with only a day to spare, it's time to fly off to California and get them installed. This week, I've decided to offer my viewers a double-feature. Don't forget to check out the next video here: https://youtu.be/qcEto6TkQrg
Views: 530 mpeterll
N&W Steam Cabride Virginia Southwestern RR layout HO
 
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Take a cab ride on an N&W Y6b on my HO layout. Meet a Clinchfield SB time freight, C&O work train, N&W mine run, N&W coal train, and the Powhatan Arrow rerouted.
Views: 6477 Robert Helm
HO TRAINS Coal Mine, Oil Derrick & Brewery Added To Layout.
 
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Added Coal Mine, Oil Derrick & Brewery
Views: 255 John Gaughan
4x11 ho scale layout. Pj's train shack. Coal mine
 
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IT'S HERE! I absolutely love this thing! Just, wow!
4x8 ho scale layout
 
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hello model railroads. Here is a quick update of my ho sale layout on the coal mine and construction area i been working on today.I should have atleast one more update before the H&R Train Show. The H&R Train Show will be on April 11,12,13. Its in pinellas county, Fl. Also my train club, The Suncoast Model Railroad Club, will be have there train show and open house on April 5,6. Check out the web site at www.suncoastmrrc.com thanks for watching.
Views: 963 Robert Sacco
HO Model Railroad - Hines Lumber Co
 
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Eastbound freight #32 passes the Hines Lumber Co. on my HO scale Mississippi, Alabama & Gulf model railroad layout.
Views: 94769 maandg
Model Train Layout with Canyon and Rocky Mountains in HO Scale
 
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This model train layout is characterized by a mountain landscape, a canyon with real water and a big mine. The scenario of this model railway layout is based in Canada. On the area of a very big ore mine, rocks are loaded onto long model trains with more than 60 freight cars driven by three diesel locomotives. Then, the freight trains drive along the Rocky Mountains landscape to port, where the ore is loaded onto a ship. Later, the trains pass through a real looking landscape with deep gorges and flowing water. The whole model railroad layout is built in HO scale.
Views: 13703 PILENTUM
Model railroad in HO - Northern Uppland Railway
 
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This is my newly started layout in HO with a Swedish iron ore mining theme.You will see a Trix T44, a JECO Z70 and a NMJ NOHAB TMY.
HO scale log train tiny layout
 
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This is a combination of an Era I European center cab dampflokomotive, a 50+ year old Model Engineering Works log car with the original logs, and a little logging caboose I made out of spare parts..
Views: 1785 Greg
HO Gauge Appalachian Mountain Coal Mine Layout Part 6
 
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Got a little bit done on the layout this last week. I've started adding the water to the pond and river, painted the bridge, ballasted some of the yard and inner loop, and permanently attached the mountain shack, freight station, water tower, and engine shed to the layout. Hopefully, I'll have a bit more to report next weekend. Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSWiP8-Xk5Y Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlRIcq48kLg Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOYOdtrvfdI Part 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmrumYGUCuY Part 5: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80N2VhkQQWA Part 7: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNKQr2p6Rcw Part 8: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLJ-YPvT75k Part 9: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGGBkwWkZ8U
Views: 2792 mydartswinger
HO Gauge Appalachian Mountain Coal Mine Layout Part 3
 
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My appoligies in advance for the crudity of this video. I don't have a good video editing program that can piece together .AVI movies (Movie Maker tends to only recognize them as sound files). Also, my camcorder doesn't like indoor lighting too well. Anyway, on to the updates. First (and most importantly) I've gotten a lot of bugs worked out of the trackwork (my first layout, and I'm making quite a few mistakes that I'm having to go back and fix). I still need to build up my collection of quality rolling stock (the 4 hoppers in the yard are having some derailment issues, and the juice cars belong to the club. I damaged them during transport from the county fair and need to fix them) to add a bit more interest than short trains. Secondly, I've added one of the mountains, giving the mainline train a chance to "hide" for a brief period of time. It's not finished, but it's a start. I'll be doing final formations of the mountain once the second mountain is in place. Lastly, the mainline has been ballasted. I'll still have to go back and touch up a few spots, but it's mostly done. I've also added a Dash 9 to the locos I've got. Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSWiP8-Xk5Y Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlRIcq48kLg Part 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmrumYGUCuY Part 5: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80N2VhkQQWA Part 6: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhDteDSX-2Y Part 7: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNKQr2p6Rcw Part 8: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLJ-YPvT75k Part 9: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGGBkwWkZ8U
Views: 10595 mydartswinger
Working HO Scale Coal Mine
 
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I'm building a working HO scale coal layout, and this is a quick video to show the testing of the coal loading chute etc, which I've built inside a Walthers New River Mining Co. kit
Views: 22890 martyhb1
Ho scale mining railroad
 
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Ho scale desert railroad
Views: 392 Cj B
HO Scale Open Pit Mine - Tim Dumas' Bingham Canyon mine and the Ophir Tintic & Western winter show
 
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We are off to Tim Dumas' layout of the Kennecott Bingham Canyon mine in HO scale. Modeled to the look of the mine in 1960 as the mine was replacing the electric locomotives with diesel locomotives bought from, and still painted for, dozens of railroads. ******************************************************************* We stop by the 2017 OT&W Ophir Tintic & Western Model RR Club winter show at Thanksgiving Point as well. ******************************************************************* Tim is a member of the Lark and Bingham Canyon groups, which is where we met him. He has an extensive collection of rare photos of Bingham Canyon which he has bound into books as a fun hobby. Screwing around with history books you could say!! **************************************************************** https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=bingham%20canyon%20history https://www.facebook.com/groups/1444816369126836/?fref=nf http://toymantelevision.com/ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "The Trains of Santa Cruz California" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nv0S8Sa18mY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 12873 Toy Man Television
Small HO scale train layout in the countryside of Japan
 
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Here is a short overview of my 3 by 6 HO scale layout. I made a landscape in the countryside of Japan. The name of the railroad is "Kugayama Coal Mine Railroad". The locomotive is Alco 2-6-0 Mogul by Bachmann. Thank you for watching.
Views: 250 Norihisa Matsumoto
LAYOUT TOUR: HO Scale Stockton and Copperopolis RR
 
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Filmed 07/29/17 I should have made this into a 2 parter, but I've been doing a lot of multi-pat videos for a while now. Thought I'd torture my computer and have one big one this time around. This is the second time I've been to this layout, though it's the first time I've filmed anything there. This was on the layout tours as a part of the NMRA Turkey Creek Division show, and fortunately for me, this layout is located right here in Blue Springs, MO. Also, for more on this layout, here is a link to Shane Mason's video he posted late last year: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXymyt2U5GI Set in 1895, Don Ball's Stockton & Copperopolis Railroad is a Southern California shortline that began construction for the gold rush, but that played out before the railroad's completion. So they switched to grain as their main commodity, but buy the time the railroad was completely built, even the grain in the are was on the decline. Despite this being HO scale, with it set in 1895 means there is not a lot available commercially, so most of what yo see here, including the locomotives are scratchbuilt and what isn't (which is very little) has been highly modified, especially where the locomotives are concerned, so they operate as smooth as any KATO, Bowser, and MTH. Most of what you see has also been painted and weathered by Don as well. Done does hold operating sessions, and it's all done as if it were actually 1895. No radios, no modern day technology of any kind (except for the Digitrax DCC throttles and faceplate plug ins. Those are the ONLY modern day tech you will visibly see. Train orders and track warrants run this railroad with actual old telephones for the crew to communicate. Even the fast clocks replicate era specific Regulator clocks. The dispatcher's desk off in the next room, and the crew lounge are also themed for 1895. The crew lounge looks like an old west saloon. For more information, please click that link I posted up above. It will take you to Shane Mason's video where he interviewed Don late last year. Lots more there to learn. Anyway, that's it for now, starting next weekend, I'll be posting a series of video's from the Central Iowa Railroad Club located on the State Fairgrounds in Des Moines. I was up there last weekend for their last official meeting before the big open house event next weekend during the Iowa State Fair. I will be going back up there for that next weekend. So, lots and lots of the CIRC on the way. Thanks for watching, and see you next time! Jason ---------------------------- Chris' Channel: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/844Train Shane's Channels: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/thebrakeman17 Facebook: Shane Mason Spencer's Channels: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/NS8010 Facebook: Spencer Batey Vinny's Channels: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/bnsf6951 Facebook: Vinny Sestito ---------------------------- My Stuff: facebook Jason Stiles - https://www.facebook.com/JasonRS.UP9229 facebook Eastern Jackson County Mainliners (Public) - https://www.facebook.com/groups/EJCMRailroadClub/ deviantART UP9229 - http://up9229.deviantart.com/ Train club account: - http://www.youtube.com/user/EJCMRailroadClub/featured EJCM website: - http://easternjacksoncountymainliners.com/ Yahoo group: - http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Freelanced_Model_Railroads/
Views: 6999 Railfan Jason
HO Gauge Appalachian Mountain Coal Mine Layout Part 7
 
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I've got quite a bit done on the layout in the last couple of weeks. First off, I managed to get the rest of the layout ballasted. In addition, I've added a couple more structures to the layout. The first of which is to be the primary industry on the layout. A coal mine. In actuality, this structure is a coaling tower that will be converted using an elongated chute coming from the structure and flowing the coal to the hopper in the yard underneath. I'm still working on the chute. The second structure added was a balsa kit of a trackside shed that I received at my train club's "white elephant" gift exchange at the Christmas party. To "liven up" the structures, I've added some clump folliage and tall grass at their bases. In addition, the little mountain shack at the base of the mountain now has a rusted out car sitting in some bushes and tall grass, as if abandoned there to rot. I've also managed to get the pond and river nearly filled up, as well as added some follieage, tall grass, and talus to them. There is also now a dock with a family on a fishing trip located on the pond and two couples canoeing on the river below. To make use of my old plastic wheelsets from rolling stock, I've painted them and set them next to the engine shed as a spare/junk axle storage yard. Hopefully this week I'll be able to add a forklift, put a couple of axles on it, and put it next to the shed as well. Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSWiP8-Xk5Y Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlRIcq48kLg Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOYOdtrvfdI Part 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmrumYGUCuY Part 5: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80N2VhkQQWA Part 6: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhDteDSX-2Y Part 8: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLJ-YPvT75k Part 9: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGGBkwWkZ8U
Views: 3664 mydartswinger
Build an HO-scale mining town 5: Miscellaneous structures
 
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With the main batch of structures complete, I still have to create a few miscellaneous structures. I was going to do this over two videos, but decided to combine then into a single installment instead. Next week, I'll pack everything up and fly off to California to install them on the layout. I hope to see you then.
Views: 941 mpeterll
A1 HO Model Train Layout PARF Memories 13.2 "Mine Run" Part Two of Four
 
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A video of The Putnam Association of RailFans HO model train layout before it was destroyed.
Views: 996 joe ginther
Gn15 mining trolley loco (in progress) at HO club layout
 
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Oops. Or what happens when one runs a Gn15 trolley locomotive on a HO layout. Model is obviously in progress. Is freelanced, mostly, from elements of several 600mm (more or less 2 foot) gauge prototypes.
Views: 392 Scott FW
My small HO scale train layout
 
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It a small easy to build set that works great and if I get like ten subscriptions ill make more videos on the progress of the set also please leave insight to help me make my videos better. thanks for watching also sorry for the loading i did this from my droid.
Views: 101349 CuzImHollywoodKid
Walthers HO Diamond coal mine and update. Enjoy!
 
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Walters 120’ turntable and 12 stall round house
A1 HO Model Train Layout PARF Memories 13.1 "Mine Run" Part One of Four
 
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A video of The Putnam Association of RailFans HO model train layout before it was destroyed.
Views: 295 joe ginther
Layout Update December 22, 2013 Mine Mount & Seaside Railroad
 
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It's been quite awhile since my last update...sorry. OK, got that out of the way. The reason is that I've been busy working on the layout. I have built a few structures, laid down all of the mainline track, the track in Gasko yard, and started the switchback to head up to the 2nd level. I've done wiring projects. From as simple as dropping track feeders to the buss, to adding ocucupancy detection to the back staging area. The detection includes current and optical detection. I have built some freight cars and also purchase some engines. I added strip LED lighting to the underneath of the upper deck. This shines down on the lower level. It made a BIG difference in appearance. I'll be adding more of that lighting in the future. There are a few other little things that got done. Thanks for watching and subscribing. I will make a better effort to post more videos for 2014... maybe a new years resolution.
Views: 2999 Ron Klaiss
Western Maryland Black Fork Railway layout HO
 
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Railfan my new Black Fork Railway HO layout modeling Western Maryland's Blackwater Canyon from Elkins, WV to Thomas WV. Layout is about 2 years old. I run all brass Steam and brass cabooses with Tsunami 2 DCC sound and Digitrax. Check out my layout facebook blog at Black Fork Railway facebook group.
Views: 1194 Robert Helm
HO Series: Jim Pinkney's Western Maryland Model Railway Layout
 
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A brief tour of Jim Pinkney's WM HO model railroad layout using company footage and narration (from Fast Freight Rolling 1950's promotional film).
the lift out section fixed, next problem for a HO scale layout I found
 
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layout update for the HO scale model train layout, got the lift out section complete but now have to work on the switching of the mine area track plan. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Live swap meet , how you can take part, Wednesday night live chat" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aMNvU1fv2rI -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 806 sparky107107
HO Gauge Appalachian Mountain Coal Mine Layout Part 8
 
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Layout update for 20 March 2011. Quite a few more trees have been added, as well as a few structures and telephone poles. I've also moved the GP38 locos to the mainline in an MU with my Dash 9 and SD38 due to derailment issues. These have been deemed due to the wheelbase and truck travel of the GP38s. There is now a Broadway Limited Imports Paragon2 PRR SW7 switch engine running the branchline. It doesn't pull very hard (hence the decrease in length of the train. I had expected this to be the case since switch engines aren't built to pull long trains), but runs well. Enjoy. Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NSWiP8-Xk5Y Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlRIcq48kLg Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XOYOdtrvfdI Part 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wmrumYGUCuY Part 5: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80N2VhkQQWA Part 6: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhDteDSX-2Y Part 7: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNKQr2p6Rcw Part 9: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGGBkwWkZ8U
Views: 5616 mydartswinger
Layout update #6 HO scale rail yard almost complete
 
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My yard is almost complete, just need to ballist and install switch motors, and hook up my dcc and this yard will be fully fuctionable. Sorry for the long delay between updates I have been very busy. Please feel free to leave me a comment on what you think.
Views: 48698 BNSF9370
Sandy Kersey's HO Scale Freelanced Southern Railway Layout
 
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This is just a short video highlighting some of the layout.
Views: 616 Lamar Jones
Conrail Railfaning on Ed Sanicky's Cleveland-Bedford lines HO scale Model Railroad
 
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Ed Sanicky's very nice HO scale model railroad layout is a work in progress located in his and his son's basement in Bedford, Ohio (a suburb of Cleveland Ohio). Ed is constantly working on, refining and upgrading his railroad. The trains in this video is made up of Ed's nicely detailed and weathered locomotives and freight cars.
Views: 25681 Jeff Capps
161027 Kansas City Western HO Layout Run-by III
 
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Rock Island or Wreck Island? HO model train action on the Kansas City Western layout of Paul Biwer in Denver. This is the 4th in an on-going series of videos. Includes CB&Q "Red Tran", UP double header, Soo Line Laker, and Southern "mine disaster".
Views: 452 Paul Biwer
Cumberland West - January 2011 Layout walkaround - B&O and WM Railroad ( DCC HO large layout tour )
 
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Cumberland West - Western Maryland and B&O Railroads HO Scale Owner: David Parks This video was taken on January 2011. This layout is a representation of the town of Cumberland, Maryland, in 1953, were both the Baltimore and Ohio (B&O) and the Western Maryland (WM) railroads had tracks going through, and parts of its surrounding towns and mines. The layout is single layer in a 1200 sq. ft. room with Mole staging. There is a detailed backdrop, complete scenery and also rough scenery, and a few bridges and structures. The B&O includes the junction of the Pittsburgh and Cumberland Divisions and part of the West End Sub. The Western Maryland includes the junction in Cumberland, along with parts of the Thomas and Connellsville Subs. Each railroad is operated independently of the other, except for interchanges and minor trackage rights. Both railroads are 'bridge' lines with an abundance of thru manifest traffic. Coal is the local focus. Both railroads have a Dispatcher, Stage Manager and Coal Manager. The Coal Manager works with the Dispatcher to regulate coal loads and empty hopper traffic. An operating session focuses on one railroad with the other sometimes offering moving scenery. The WM is single track with many on-line mines and uses timetable and train orders. Only a single passenger train is scheduled. Most station operator positions are unmanned and the train crews communicate with the dispatcher. WM local activity is dominated by local coal mines The B&O is double track main with 'Current of Traffic' rules using B&O 9 aspect Color Position Lights (CPL) signals. Four Tower Operators control interlocking sections. They use computer touch-screens to manipulate switches and signals with pseudo Standard Signal graphics. The B&O has many named passenger trains and some passenger switching in Cumberland. B&O coal mines are off- line. Operations center on the Keyser coal switching yard and a small manifest yard. Digitrax DCC is used for control. Stage routing is controlled via computer screens. Car forwarding uses car cards and waybills for manifest freights. Coal and empty hoppers use multi-car coal orders. Communications is via a 1950's era 14 station multi-line phone system. The clock is real time. Shot and edited 3/2011
Views: 40130 SP4275
Conrail Coal Trains HO Scale
 
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my old layout looking at coal mine
Views: 11647 John Martin
Pennsylvania & Reading Railroads HO 2014
 
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John R Farrell's model railroad world of the PRR and RR is a great model railroad that has tons of operations of any trpe to keep the average operator busy for a life time. From Passenger operations to coal trains this railroad has it all. Great scenery and detail. This model railroad is part of the HOGRAILS group.
Views: 46752 arthurhouston3
HO Scale 4x8 Layout
 
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Picture Slideshow
Views: 85957 LBHmrr
Super Real Operations on an HO Railroad
 
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Lee Nicholas’ Utah Colorado & Western uses a highly realistic operating system based on prototype train operations in 1950 including a CTC mainline. Lee started the 30 X 33 layout in 1970 and has worked on it ever since. He has developed a super realistic system of train orders, waybills and switch lists which are very close to the way a real railroad scheduled crews and train moves using a computer system called Flex Bill. His CTC control board is from the Union Pacific and while it uses modern computer control, it even has a sound system that reproduces the sounds of the original relays. Look for other videos every Sunday morning on YouTube Channel ToyManTelevision. https://www.youtube.com/toymantelevision -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "The Trains of Santa Cruz California" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nv0S8Sa18mY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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