This is one of the better cab ride videos I've seen:
The fastest we clocked her at was 42 MPH, but she stayed at 38 MPH most of the time.
Here's a little video of my two-day chase:
What it's like to hop freight trains and ride the rails:
This is really cool!
I shot some nice video of the large, well detailed HO layout at this railroad museum located in East Grand Forks, MN. Enjoy!
Just a reminder to everyone that Canadian Pacific is running the Holiday Trains again this season. One in Canada, and one through the northern...
Yep, if I ever get senile, I can just watch the video again. I'm hoping to get a ride in something a little bit bigger and going a little bit...
We had a Cab Ride on an SW1 Switcher for Halloween!
Yes, it is just one of the display areas at a large museum near downtown Cincinnati, Ohio. It is mentioned in the Wikipedia entry on S-Scale Trains.
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...
Located in Cincinnati, OH, I visited this awesome 1:64 S-Scale recreation of Cincinnati, OH in 1940, and shot some video:
A cool video of the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train pulling into St. Paul, MN, Union Depot in front of a crowd of 20,000!
I have about 700 feet of track in a 70-foot x 36-foot area. Sorry, I don't know how to convert that size into metric.
I had no idea about all the history of the locomotive. 5344 was the only road number left in stock when I was looking to buy. :)
NO, but I've got an Aristocraft snowplow car.
I have a custom painted G-Scale Minnesota Commercial locomotive. You can see it in action on the Wayzata Garden Railroad Layout in this video:...
I could do a caboose ride. I'd just have to use some sticky tape to secure it to the roof of the caboose. The stand the camera is on would just...
I have to say that is the first time I have ever seen an HO-layout outdoors! Have you an updated video showing your progress?
My layout is about...
Well if you really want more of my J1e Hudson, here ya go:
I also have a small indoor loop for running in the winter: