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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.
Operating Model Railroader magazine's Bay Junction HO scale project layout with DCC
 
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http://mrr.trains.com/ This how-to video shows some of the realistic and prototypical train operations on Model Railroader's HO scale Bay Junction project layout. Executive editor Andy Sperandeo will also describe the accurate placement of model signals and other trackside details on the layout. The Bay Junction is part of MR's Milwaukee Racine & Troy HO scale model train layout, which features DCC digital command control, realistic scenery, great detailing, and weathered structures to represent modern-day Wisconsin railroading.
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Building a model railroad: Model Railroader magazine's Bay Junction
 
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http://mrr.trains.com/ Model Railroader executive editor Andy Sperandeo built a corn syrup transloading terminal for the Bay Junction project. In this video journal entry, taken last year, Andy talks about his inspiration for the structure. Model Railroad Planning editor Tony Koester also stops by to see progress on the project layout.
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Whats Neat in model railroading | August 2018 Model Railroad Hobbyist | Ken Patterson
 
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http://mrhmag.com - MRH columnist Ken Patterson's August 2018 What's Neat column: - Mike Budde modeling with foil - Ron Pare on structure details - Pete Doty’s HO scale layout - Rick Huntrod’s HOn3 layout - Modeling the sound of jointed rail - 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 August 2018 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
Whats Neat in model railroading | October 2018 Model Railroad Hobbyist | Ken Patterson
 
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http://mrhmag.com - MRH columnist Ken Patterson's October 2018 What's Neat column: - NMRA 2018 National in Kansas City - Visit with manufacturers/distributors - Interviews with modular clubs - Talk to Tony Koester, Joe Fugate, ... - 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 October 2018 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
Whats Neat in model railroading | June 2018 Model Railroad Hobbyist | Ken Patterson
 
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http://mrhmag.com - MRH columnist Ken Patterson's June 2018 What's Neat column: - Paul Brennecke’s N scale layout - Walthers Paper Mill kit construction - Making trees with Campbell Rice - David Stewart’s O scale layout - Drone footage by Steven Conroy - 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 June 2018 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
Coal trains on the Allagash | February 2018 Model Railroad Hobbyist | Mike Confalone
 
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http://mrhmag.com - We follow a coal train as it runs through the early spring scenery of Maine on Mike Confalone's Allagash. This video is just part of the TOTALLY FREE March 2018 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
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.
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!
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.
Miracle model railroad track conductivity solution | Model railroad tips | Model Railroad Hobbyist
 
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http://mrhmag.com - Trevor Marshall demonstrates how he applies graphite to his track to improve conductivity and keep down the "black gunk" buildup on the rails and wheels. Part of the May 2015 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
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.
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Whats Neat in model railroading | May 2018 Model Railroad Hobbyist | Ken Patterson
 
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http://mrhmag.com - MRH columnist Ken Patterson's May 2018 What's Neat column: - John Parker’s Fn3 layout - Mike Budde on modeling Stack-Packs - Ken’s layout: Foam module upgrade - Patrick Lana’s N-scale GRANDIC - 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 May 2018 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
The Great Model Railway Challenge - BRM Q&A - Railway Video Division
 
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A short Q&A session for the British Railway Modelling (BRM) Magazine, regarding our teams time on the "Great Model Railway Challenge". In this video we take a look at how we all got involved with the challenge, how the team was formed and our thoughts on the series, plus much more! Be sure to check out my full Behind the Scenes video, taking a look at our Team's Heat Build "Go Forth" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wfK6U0KwP3s A link to the full episode can be seen here, on Channel 5's on demand service, My5 http://www.channel5.com/show/the-great-model-railway-challenge/ Be sure to also check out my fellow Team Members Channels! 82A Studios https://www.youtube.com/user/theonlyadsrulz Bluebell-Railway Hawks https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCl9BiR5Vh9dczEGHdgV2G3g Northern Soul Express https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2p9dqtqDKzfZY03snXIgxQ Hope you enjoy!
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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
Whats Neat in model railroading | April 2018 Model Railroad Hobbyist | Ken Patterson
 
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http://mrhmag.com - MRH columnist Ken Patterson's April 2018 What's Neat column: - John Parker’s BNSF Fall River Division - Replacing lettering on equipment - Attaching grills without a mess - BTS sawmill project update - CADRail 10.2 with Kevin Ruble - 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 April 2018 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
Model Railroad Magazines Pro and Con LIVE
 
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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.
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.
The Biggest Model Train Set in Chicago | The Garfield-Clarendon Model Railroad
 
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Look at this Preposterously Large Model Train Set. It's the city's biggest micro-railway located at the Clarendon Park Community Center.
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MRH 2015 December What's Neat column | Model Railroad Hobbyist
 
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http://mrhmag.com - MRH What's Neat columnist Ken Patterson reminisces on his modeling career over the last 20+ years in the December What's Neat video; 2) Ken finishes overhauling the riverfront area on his layout; 3) More modeling ideas from above footage (video drone footage of prototype railroads); 4) Ken reviews the new Dremel 3D printer; 5) And more! Part of the December 2015 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
St. Louis RPM and track planning | Model railroad tips | Model Railroad Hobbyist | MRH
 
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http://mrhmag.com - MRH What's Neat columnist Ken Patterson goes over his approach to track planning; 2) Ken shows tips on using motor tools for modeling; 3) Ken reviews some highlights of the St. Louis Railroad Prototype Modelers meet; 4) Ken announces his new video on soldering from soup to nuts; 5) Ken announces his new segment, Modeling insights from Above, using a video drone; and 6) And we get to see some great overhead drone shots of the prototype as well. Part of the October 2015 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
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.
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Modeling 1930s steam trains | Model railroad tips | Model Railroad Hobbyist | MRH
 
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http://store.mrhmag.com - Imagineering columnist Rob Clark presents a video collage of modeling steam trains in the 1930s. Rob presents lots of video eye candy of his 1930s era layout, set to some catchy ragtime music. Part of the November 2015 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
Reading Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine in 70 seconds
 
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http://mrhmag.com - To show how few-click-simple reading Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine is, we put this little video together. If you want instant access to the magazine, don't bother with the downloads, just read it online! This video shows how to do just that with a few clicks in 70 seconds flat.
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™
5,500 SQ FT  Model Train Layout! | Colorado Model Railroad Museum
 
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Check out my latest videos of this layout! Sights and Sounds of the Colorado Model Railroad Museum: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZaPLYCJwOfk Extreme Trains: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXs1GljvfhQ Rave reviews from all over the world are flooding in about the Colorado Model Railroad Museum, located by the mainline of the Union Pacific Railroad in Greeley, Colorado. This one-of-a-kind facility features over 600 railroad-related artifacts ranging from a Virginia and Truckee Railroad switch key to a full-sized Colorado and Southern wooden Caboose available for examining both inside and out. Designed to appeal to visitors of all ages and nationalities, the CMRM has set record attendance marks in its first four years of operation and has become the leading year-round tourist attraction in Weld County, Colorado. The highlight of the museum is its huge, 5,500 sq. ft. operating model railroad dubbed "the finest model railroad I've ever seen", by the 30-year senior editor of Model Railroader magazine, Jim Hediger, Milwaukee, WI. Visitors may actually stroll through this three dimensional creation while the railroad is in operation. They are surrounded by rugged mountains with handmade features including 16,000 fir, 8,000 deciduous and 4,000 aspen trees with rivers abound. Scenery becomes three dimensional art. The use of cameras is encouraged and guides are available to answer railroad-related questions and to point out unique aspects of this one-of-a-kind modeling wonder. Take a visual tour through this amazing railroad in miniature via the CMRM website, then plan of visiting the museum in person the next time you visit Colorado. Check it out at http://cmrm.org/ Sorry for some of the quicker and shakier shots, I went on a busy day and there were a lot of people there, so I was trying to be quick. Please subscribe, and check out my other model train videos! Follow me on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CoCarDude/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/CoCarDude My Personal IG: https://instagram.com/scott.umbreit
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K & W O GUAGE MODEL RAILROAD featured in C TT magazine
 
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I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
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HO Animated crane demo (Geoff Bunza) | Model Railroad Hobbyist | MRH
 
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http://mrhmag.com - Geoff Bunza demos how each of his animated HO scale cranes performs in this video, plus he shows a clever new capability to put your cranes to work. Check out the video below. Part of the January 2016 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
IT CAN BE YOURS! AMAZING Model Railroad RR HO H.O. Scale Gauge Train Layout of awesome trains
 
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Over 7000 Diecast Model Cars Visit: https://shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=1074502&u=1801863&m=8689&urllink=&afftrack= If you’ve ever wanted a Model Train layout and knew you did not have the time to build one the way you’ve dreamed it could be, well here is your once in a lifetime opportunity where you can buy this house and this AMAZING layout with the trains can be yours! With a write up in the 2018 “Holiday 2017” Edition of Great Model Railroads Magazine of “11 Remarkable Layouts” Pete Walton’s layout which we’re featuring is listed proudly in the magazine. Pete Walton shares his awesome H.O. Scale / Gauge Model Railroad train layout he calls “The Great Midwestern Railroad”. His travels are now taking him to another state and he’s going to sell the house with the layout and trains in tack to the next Care Taker, and it can be you. Pete’s built several layouts and had to take them down, however when he moved in this house in 2002, he made sure the house would have room for his passion, the trains. This layout designed to look like the 1950’s, which includes a farm scene, a city environment, bridges, mountains, and a Paddle Boat in the water. Every area on the layout is complete. The engines, cars, and scenery on the layout are of the highest quality, all add realism, and just a wonderful experience to view. The house is located on the Golf Course in the safe Del Webb Community in Huntley IL, and if you’d like to contact Pete you can contact him by e-mail at [email protected] This is just amazing!
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Making flex track | How Micro Engineering track is made | Model Railroad Hobbyist | MRH
 
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http://mrhmag.com - MRH columnist Ken Patterson visits Micro Engineering as part of this month's column. Watch as a piece of HO ME flex track is made in a few moments right before your eyes. Part of the content in the November 2012 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist ezine.
Model Railroad Magazine TSMRR June 2014 Preview
 
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Trackside Model Railroading ( http://www.tsmrr.com ) is a new digital magazine that was started in August of 2013. TSMRR features only the best layouts and gives readers a true tour of each and every one of them. The magazine that railfans the layouts of the master modelers, Trackside Model Railroading.
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.
Layout construction tips | Model railroad tips | Model Railroad Hobbyist | MRH
 
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http://mrhmag.com - MRH What's Neat columnist Ken Patterson provides some layout building tips from his own home layout; 2) Ken shows how to remove paint from models using sandblasting; 3) Ken explains the different model scales that run on G-scale track; 4) Ken gives tips on how to perform freight truck upgrades, 5) Ken goes over his BTS structure kit build; 6) And some great train runbys. Part of the September 2015 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
Railroad-Modeler Magazine's ficticious Chemung Division of the Erie Lackawanna Railway.
 
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Some more running of the Bachmann N Scale SD45 with sound. For the price that you can get these for on eBay, they are a very good deal!
How to build a basic garden railroad, part 1
 
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Garden Railways magazine shows you how to set up a simple garden railroad. Part one includes: an overview of large-scale starter sets, choosing a location in your yard, buying gauge-1 track, tools you will need, building and roadbed, and connecting the track. Watch part 2 on Garden Railways' channel to see the completion of this garden railway. Visit our website for more beginner information at www.GardenRailways.com
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1973 Railroad Model Magazines For Sale
 
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Full Year Of Railroad Model 1973 For Sale http://www.ebay.com/itm/280874411268?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
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A look in some of the most recent Model Railroad Craftsman magazine
 
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Hey guys, it's Metra MP36 414 here again and I was thinking of doing a new series. What this is here is for the Model Railroad Craftsman magazine to take a look and some sneak peaks of some of the cool stuff in there. Not only is there a ton of cool stuff, there's also some unique layout designs and some helpful tips. Any questions comments or anything, feel free to ask or say. And if there's anything that really catches your eye in these and you want me to do a special view on that particular page(s), be my guest and feel free to ask. (Also about the excoursions that only the rich people can afford reguarding the big boy, hopefully you guys can afford it because I can't. I'm no where near rich. Money is infact really tight for us.) Copyright Metra MP36 414
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Building a Model Railroad Series #1--Designing
 
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Purchase at -- www.greenfrog.com This layout was originally designed by Jim Hediger, Senior Editor at Model Railroader Magazine. Much of the video will show how the Green Frog staff took Jim's drawing and made a working plan using the computer aided design program - Cadrail. You will visit a hobby shop for an introduction to what the beginning modeler might find in the way of kits and supplies. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Behind The Scenes at Green Frog" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLRQRwA8JWc -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Gulf Coast Model Railroad & Hobby Shop - Sarasota, FL
 
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Gulf Coast Model Railroad & Hobby Shop - Sarasota's Model Train and Train Accessory Hobby Store. http://gcmrr.com
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Whats Neat in model railroading | February 2018 Model Railroad Hobbyist | Ken Patterson
 
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http://mrhmag.com - MRH What's Neat columnist Ken Patterson's February 2018 What's Neat column: - Layout construction with magnets - Freight car roof weathering - Kevin Rubel’s home layout - Gerald Styles’ On30 layout - 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 February 2018 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
Lot of 12 Railroad Model Craftsman Magazines 1986 HO Trains Scenery Layout N O S
 
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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.
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Computer generated backdrops | Model train backdrops | Model Railroad Hobbyist | MRH
 
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http://mrhmag.com - Bill Geiger show how to make accurate photo-quality backdrops using a computer, terrain generation software, and geo data from the area of interest. Using this technique, you can easily duplicate the terrain from just about any location, taken fron any vantage point you choose. Part of the July 2014 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
ME flex track laying tips | getting good trackwork | Model Railroad Hobbyist | MRH
 
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http://mrhmag.com - MRH columnist Charlie Comstock provides a number of great tips for laying MicroEngineering flex track. Part of the September 2014 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
What's neat - Jan 2017 column | Model railroad tips | Model Railroad Hobbyist | MRH
 
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http://mrhmag.com - MRH What's Neat columnist Ken Patterson's January 2017 What's Neat column: 1) Modeling on the road with Michael Gross; 2) The ultimate track cleaning tool; 3) Airbrushing tools; 4) Removing dust from scenery; 5) Indoor model railroad photography; and 6) More tips, photos, runbys, and even some bloopers! Part of the January 2017 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
Railroad magazine celebrates milestone
 
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The April edition of Model Railroader will be 1000th edition. Subscribe to WISN on YouTube for more: http://bit.ly/1emE5YX Get more Milwaukee news: http://www.wisn.com/ Like us: http://www.facebook.com/wisn12 Follow us: http://twitter.com/WISN12News
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Whats neat Dirk Reynolds | Model railroad bridge | Model Railroad Hobbyist | MRH
 
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http://mrhmag.com - MRH What's Neat columnist Ken Patterson looks at Dirk Reynolds' HO model of the Fountain, IL levee railroad bridge. This is one sweet bridge, with 4 different kinds of bridges in one span! Nothing like the prototype to create something that we'd say was just wrong if it was a model. Part of the May 2014 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.