Question by tracedaddy: ho scale model rail roading i have purchased an athearn john deere train set and cant find more road bed track
how do you match up different types of railroad track when they dont match is there a way that you can make different roadbed track work with one another.
Answer by thirsty mind I found a great site “on line trains” great prices excellent inventory. I also had to call the owner of the shop he was wonderful. Very kind and helpful.
I won’t go in to great detail with this shot. I wasn’t planning on actually using it, but the footage put together turned out half decent, and I don’t shoot this train very often, so I figured, what the hell. At around 04:50AST, CN 2554, CN 7038 and CN 2445 lead nightly Potash train (CN 594) to Courtnay Bay in Saint John, NB to be set off. These cars will be unloaded, and empty ones will come back for the return trip. This train was actually having brake problems while trying to brake test for leaving. If I wouldn’t have had to work, I would have been able to catch them departing eastbound, in daylight. That in itself would have been rare, but I’ll take what I can get. Video Rating: 5 / 5
Question by lolo: IS John Casablanca a rip off for getting into the modeling and acting business??
I just started working with them and once I am done the so called “training” I supposedly sign with MTM and am ready to work. I am not looking to be huge in this business i just think it will be fun and exciting and a way to make some extra money. Anyone have any experiece with them and know if i will most likely get some work???
Lifelong modeler John Elwood has crafted one of the finest HO model railroads in the hobby. His unwavering enthusiasm has aided him in building his version of a Pacific North West themed layout. For over thirty years John has created beautifully detailed towns and cities, populating them with his own scratchbuilt structures as well as many craftsman structure kits. His layout is home to no less than a dozen kits from Fine Scale Miniatures. In addition to his super detailed structures, the Olympic & Puget Sound Railway is home to a bustling waterfront; a showcase for John’s model ship building skills. His passion for maritime scenes is evident in his scratchbuilt steam ship Islander and a boat house with a completely detailed and illuminated interior. His scenery dramatically conveys the Pacific North West locale by way of rolling mountains and hills, and large wooden trestles. Video Rating: 4 / 5