Three Indiana and Ohio 2nd generation geeps power a manifest train over the Ohio Valley Sipping & Sipping Society’s HO scale railroad. Our layout is based in Cincinnati, OH & sponsored by Exair. Check out our website www.ovsss.org for more information!
This video (Part 1/4) shows the Loose Ties Model RR Club “Mobile Modular All-Gauge Train Display” operating in December 2006 near its hometown of Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. In addition to operating the display, the club also conducts a drawing for 4 train sets. Tickets for the drawing are given FREE to any children visiting the display. [===] This layout showcases operating model trains in all common sizes. There is 1 Z scale train. There are 2 trains in each of the following scales: N scale, HO scales, S gauge, and O gauge. On the floor are 4 largescale trains. A 2-track “automatic yard” on the outside of the two G Scale loops automatically controls 3 trains on the same track. The layout as shown in this video, is the LARGEST configuration it has ever been built. Note that Part #4/4 shows a SMALLER configuration, built to fit into a smaller space. [====] RELATED LINKS: www.LooseTies.com – Loose Ties Home Page – links to YouTube & QuickTime videos, and still photos #1 (this video) #2/4: www.youtube.com – 2nd half of this Dec 2006 video. #3/4: www.youtube.com – Danville Kids Xmas Trains 12/2006 #4/4: www.youtube.com – 5/2007, smaller setup – to fit inside Millersburg restored train station. This video was assembled by JamesRobertIngram.com for LooseTies.com (description revised 5/10/07). Video Rating: 4 / 5
Several trains are seen traversing the Ohio Valley Sipping & Switching Society’s modular HO scale layout. The sections without scenery, including our first depressed center module, have been in service for less than 24 hours. This video was taken October 29, 2011 at the NMRA division 7 model railroad show at Lakota West High School (West Chester, Ohio). Our layout is based in Cincinnati, Ohio and sponsored by Exair. Check out our website www.ovsss.org for more information! Video Rating: 5 / 5
The California Central Coast On30 Modular Railroad in northern California. The CCC uses the same module interface as the Texas and Hill Country Outlaws. More info about the California Central Coast module group can be found at www.ccc-on30.org. Video Rating: 4 / 5
Check out this video of the Glacial Garden G Scale Modular Group. This club is over 10 years old and sets-up there layout all around the area to help people learn about the great world of Large Scale Garden Trains. It is groups like this that bring the world of trains to the general public. Check out their unique double look that lets several trains run at the same time.