Maqueta de Raymundo Collada. con material rodante mexicano. Visita su canal de youtube www.youtube.com/user/doblealtura. donde hay muchisimos videos de esta formidable maqueta con ferrocarriles nacionales de varias epocas. Muy, pero muy recomendable. Video Rating: 4 / 5
In this video of this series we take our 1st look at one of the many layout’s on display. This one being a modern image Scottish layout called “Almond Bridge”. Here we see a varied selection of loco’s & rolling stock, plus a selection of views of this layout. In the next video we’ll move onto another layout……coming next. Video Rating: 4 / 5
Model train exhibition at Lahnstein/Germany in November 2009. Watch the awesome secondary-line layouts! They are extremely well made! Modellbahnausstellung in Lahnstein bei Koblenz. Besonders die Nebenbahn-Anlagen sind wegen ihres Detailreichtums sehr interessant.
The Association of 16mm Narrow Gauge Modellers’ annual show at Stoneleigh Park was a showcase of 16mm modelling at its finest. This film, the first part of three films of the 2011 show, focuses mainly on the layouts at the show, but also features the show opening, visitor to the show, Sir Haydn and the Grand Prize Draw. Look out also for Part 2 – which features model of the year entries, and Part 3 which features some of the items the traders had for sale at the show Video Rating: 4 / 5
Here is a quick video on how to work on River Scenery such as ground cover bushes and different types of dirt to through down. Great for beginers as this is one of our newest club member who is also new to the hobby and he is a natural!!
Highlights of several HO model railroad layouts and an S scale layout photographed during the NMRA NFR’s Woodstock Turn convention. More still photos are on my website www.model-railroad-infoguy.com Video Rating: 4 / 5
A short vid about two 00 scale modern image layouts, recently exhibited at the Manchester Model Railway Society’s Annual Show (05/10/2007). New Mills is owned by the Cooper Hire Model Railway Group, and Bee Lane is owned by the Preston and District Model Railway Society.