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www.facebook.com/jointlinetrains/ Model railroad operations session on my HO scale model train layout. My layout is based upon Colorado's Joint Line between Denver and Palmer Lake. Trains include Rio Grande, Santa Fe, and Burlington Northern. All trains are operating with cabooses in this 1985 ops session.
A brief visit to Rich Melconian's awesome HO scale Tehachapi layout during O/S West Train show meet in 2014. Music edited in as there was a lot of static / visitor noise. Both Santa Fe and Union Pacific trains are run, Steam alongside modern Diesel power. One of the best American HO layouts I've seen in person.
I ran four lengths of track down the hallway, loops in both bedrooms and around the dining room table, and totally filled the living room with tracks going in circles. Then I got out all SIX of my locomotives, and ran them at the same time. I quickly overloaded my ten amp DCC power supply, so I put one locomotive away and ran the other five successfully. Looks like it's time for me to buy a second ten amp DCC power supply! I attached a GoPro Hero5 Session on to the top of my favorite locomotive, the Santa Fe Super Chief diesel passenger train, and got some interesting video of all the trains running on this indoor layout on a cool and cloudy day that wasn't conducive to taking the trains outdoors. There are two Piko steam trains running on the layout, a small LGB Porter steam train, t...
The train is meant to model the mid to late sixties. The 2 6 axle locos (the ones on each end) are Athearn models of Santa Fe SD39s and both are sound equipped. The paint scheme is referred to as dress blue or pinstripe, and preceded the more widely recognized yellow bonnet freight scheme that many Santa Fe freight diesel models come in. The two 4 axles diesels in the middle are Kato models of Santa Fe GP35s, also in the pinstripe paint, which were built in 1962-63 or so. One of these is sound equipped and one has a non-sound DCC installation. Finally the 2 bay hoppers are a mix of Athearn ready to run models and Accurail kits. They represent 50 and 55 ton capacity hopper cars that were the standard size until the 70 ton, 3 bay hoppers started replacing them in the late 50's and e...
Ho hey guys, the Flyer set came with a circle of track only and straight track was hard to find until a new hobby shop opened stocking Bachmann's EZ track. Now the circle extended with 8 straights :D. Thanks for watching :) (Copyright vxelecsat 2014)
2016 visit to the superb HO scale Tehachapi layout built by Rich Melconian, taken during O/S West. Music edited in as there was a lot of static / visitor noise. Both Santa Fe, Southern Pacific and Union Pacific trains are run, Steam alongside modern Diesel power. One of the best American HO layouts I've seen in person.
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The Diamond River Railroad, owned and operated by Neil Thomas is a 28' X 28' foot HO scale layout based on the operations of the Santa Fe, Union Pacific and southern pacific railroads. Track-work is wired for DCC, using the Digitrax Control System. As of October 2012, scenery on the layout was 25% complete. For more information on this layout and when it is open for public viewing, please refer to the link below. http://www.piedmont-div.org/pilgrimage/layouts/layout_nthomas.html All footage recorded by Jared Davis
A short review of the HO scale Santa Fe C30-7 engines from Broadway Limited Imports with DCC and sound. The blue and yellow engines are from BLI's Paragon 2 series and the kodachrome is from their Blueline series.
The ATSF 2922 in Lionel scale at the Train show 2012, Portland, OR. This engine is similar to the real life 4-8-4 2926 in Albequerque, NM that was slowly being rebuilt for excursion service. If you enjoy my videos, feel free to like, comment, and share! Thanks for watching!