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OERM Behind the Rails with Bill Everett’s Model Trolley Layout

Monday, January 14th, 2013

In This Episode of Behind the Rails, Orange Empire Railway Museum goes on location to OERM member Bill Everett’s traction layout. This is an amazing O scale traction layout that is virtually all scratch built by the hand of Bill.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Painting the backdrop behind the river: Part 1

Monday, October 22nd, 2012

My Web Site: modelrr.oakviewresources.com Part 1. This is series where I paint the backdrop behind the river scene on my model railroad. In this part I work on painting the sky. Music Notes: The music on this video was recorded using Sonar Home Studio Ver 6.0. The drums and keyboards were played on an M-Audio Keystation 61 ES and/or sequenced in the MIDI Editor. The bass used is an YaMaha 270F Fretless with Dimarzio Pickups.

DCC hardward behind McKinley Railway

Friday, August 10th, 2012

The DCC hardware used control the layout. We describe the use of boosters, power management, occupancy detection, point (switch)control, signal management all connected over LocoNet. Part two of four in a series of videos describing McKinley Railway. www.mckinleyrailway.com http www.cmlelectronics.com

“O” SCALE TRAINS … (LIONEL & MTH) and the story behind it …

Saturday, March 19th, 2011

NEW! See more of my layout at: *youtube.com * * * COMMENT & RATE IF YOU WISH !!!* * * OK, I`m about to “break protocol” here, and blow the “complex science” of model railroading into the fun, simple, easy to understand way in which it really is! FIRST: I would like to say I recommend you NOT buy MTH Trains, their equipment is good, BUT their service is terrible! *More about this later … Lets look at what a little fish gravel and a pile of old curbside ceiling tile…( Which later would become scenery)… some plaster, coupled with a little imagination will do. …* Here’s a clip of Tom and Scott`s layout… These are “O” Scale trains, Anyway, it took 40+ years to amass all this “stuff”, for this 30 x 45` layout… Tom loves to lash up 4 or 5 engines and will pull trains way in excess of 100 scale cars long (that’s 17+ inches of coupler slack, and trains in excess of 170-200 feet long!) *Note he made the walls round (no corners) to conform to its outer 0192 degree radius. In this video, at the beginning, You`ll see Tom when he was just 6, getting his 1st Train set, Then later you`ll see how far he took it ( As it took 53 4×8 sheets of plywood to construct this layout!) … and the time to build ?: 8 months… (just him). *NOT years like most others say! You know…”ah God, ah god” in a “babbling rant”. *We built this so ANY Train can go up or down any level and run on another track, or ski`diddle into the yard,… again, from ANY track… there are 9 trains running at
Video Rating: 4 / 5

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