Sorry for the bad audio and pixel qualities. I recorded this from my Android phone, which is the reason. I used it because it’s convenient for me! Subtitles may not work as efficiently, due to low audio quality. Thanks for watching, hope you enjoy! Video Rating: 5 / 5
This is a review of a Graham Farish Class 90 Electric Locomotive in the Railfreight Distribution Triple Grey livery that is numbered as 90022 in N gauge. The model is one of the former British Made models that used to be made in Poole, Dorset before Bachmann took them over in 2001. The motor needs more power and is more noisy than my newer Graham Farish models that are Made in China nowadays. But its still a great model and to me it looks better than the Bachmann Farish examples as the driver’s cab windows look more correct on this one. I am planning to get a RES parcels ones and an Intercity one of these as well. Though I would like one in the new Freightliner livery as that looks cool. Overall Rating: 8/10
Here is my 400th video to come to my channel. This is a review of the Kato EMD (Electro Motive Division) SD40-2 BNSF (Burlington Northern Santa Fe) Diesel Locomotive in the HO scale which is modelled to the 1:87th gauge. This is my first US Locomotive I own from Kato and it is very nicely detailed and it looks superb when the extra parts are added as well. The model will need horns when I can get hold of some as I didn’t find any inside the packet, but once I find out where I can source Kato spares for these models. I intend to fit the replacement horns to the roof. Overall Rating: 10/10 Video Rating: 0 / 5
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This is the first of my model train review videos to be released in High Definition using my new JVC GZ-HD500SEK Video Camcorder and you should be able to see the details better on the train pack without blur or distortion. The train pack in the review is the Kato Renfe AVE Series 100 in the new “Operadora” livery which looks nice on this model in particular. The livery was intoduced around 2008 and I bought this model in 2009 as there is a few videos of this train actually running on my layout in some older non-HD videos. The motor car is all wheel drive with drive to both trucks on the power car and there also directional lights on both the power car as well as the non powered car. You can use this train pack on DCC as Kato make the “slot in” DCC decoders that are availible seperately. The detailing is superb on this model and the carriages have interiors as well as there is an option for a interior lighting LED kit availible seperately. The motor is quiet and the whole train runs very well. I would certainly recommend this train that any N gauge modeller that models high speed trains. The Renfe AVE Series 100 is a Spanish version of the French TGV Reseau although these trains are more streamlined than the TGV as the front on the TGV is more rigid. AVE means “Alta Velocidad Espanol” (or High Speed Train of Spain in English!). Overall Rating: 10/10
In the third video of this series, some more layout clips taken at the Warley Railway Show at Birmingham NEC on Nov 24th and 25th 2012. Featuring: Scarworth Junction – N Gauge Stapleforth St Stephens – N Gauge More clips to follow. Watch in HD for better quality. Don’t forget to rate, comment and subscribe. Video Rating: 5 / 5
And, the rest of my look at the Acela set. I would definitely recommend getting this set if you can get it, purely on its beautiful detail, paint job, and smooth running. Even if modern trains aren’t usually your favourite, this could be the one for you… However, they are getting hard to find now. I searched for this one for the better part of a year. Then, as a nice partner train, you can get the Acela HHP-8 engine, and some Amfleet cars to go with it.