What is the smallest diameter circle possible to make with 00 gauge track? For example, which combination of 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th radius curves will produce the circle with the smallest diameter?
Hello, I was recently given this model train set that belonged to my grandfather when he was a child and was wondering how much any of this is worth? I don’t have any use or need for it and could use any extra money for my wife and I. Any information is very appreciated
figured i'd post this where people with the skills needed to enjoy this old set, can see it.
forgive me if this comes up on the forum twice.. i thought i posted it earlier today, but there's no record i did. so i'm trying again.
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Hello everybody. Just finished putting up my new videos of ToyFair 2016. There is something for everyone to check out. Here is a short list of some of the companies that was there.The Bridge Direct, Konami, Cryptozoi, Upper Deck, Lionel Trains, Fun Lines for Die-Cast Cars, The Four Horsemen &...
For the last time, the Twin City Model Railroad Museum in St. Paul, MN, is doing Night Trains. This is it. They've lost their lease and have no where to go. If you can get out to see them, don't miss out. Here's some video I shot last weekend:
If you've never been to EnterTRAINment Junction in West Chester, OH, it is the most impressive G-Scale layout I've ever seen. They were kind enough to allow me to shoot some spectacular video, including CAB RIDES, of several of their Main Lines, which cover three different eras: Steam...
While on vacation in Cincinnati, OH, we visited the Cincinnati In Motion S-Scale Diorama exhibit. It is the largest in the world, and models Cincinnati during the 1940's in 1:64 Scale. Here is some video I shot:
I was pleasantly surprised by the detail level of this layout. There are no other videos on YouTube of this layout and the club is not very well promoted, which is too bad since a lot of time and skill has been invested in this layout.
I was up in the Wisconsin "North Woods" area over the weekend and had a chance to visit a private S-Scale layout. It was pretty interesting. The owner said he had patched it together from many different makes of S-Scale (1/64th) models. Here is the video I shot of his layout...
I went up to Cross Lake, MN, yesterday and visited an awesome model railroad museum run by the Northern Minnesota Railroad Heritage Association. They are nicknamed the "Northern Trackers." The model in three scales: G, O, and HO. There O-Scale layout is pretty impressive along with some locos...