Good Z Scale Videos

FriscoCharlie Oct 16, 2007

  1. rati

    rati New Member

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    I recently had the opportunity to show my plant in Saint Mandé (Paris). There my 2 NOHAB impressed with sound and the self-driving trucks.



    Rainer
     
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  2. bostonjim

    bostonjim TrainBoard Member

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    Thanks for posting. It's always good to see something new. Jim
     
  3. SmolderZ

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    A dear friend of mine bought a new camera. I brought my favorite trains to him and together we made a video! Here is the result.

     
  4. husafreak

    husafreak TrainBoard Member

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    Cool artsy video, with jeeps!
     
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  5. Kurt Moose

    Kurt Moose TrainBoard Member

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    Kinda' reminds me of when the UP was running over the former SP over the Great Salt Lake when it flouded.

    Great video!!(y)
     
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  6. SJ Z-man

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    Rainer, That is a *lot* of material to transport!! The viaduct is great, the angle makes it visionary, and the tall back drops make it surreal !!
     
  7. JuergenT

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    Hi folks

    here is the brandnew Video from today trainspotting in Flaggstone West.
    Enjoy it :)

     
  8. mdvholland

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    Nice video, Jürgen. Love the oil (?) storage location and the corona garage. I see Marty parked Doc's Delorean in the parking lot!

    Great collection of vehicels, btw.

    Matt
     
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  9. JoeS

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    Great layout and really some cool vehicles! The details are fantastic!
     
  10. rray

    rray Staff Member

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    Yeah, that is a great collection of cars! Just the cars we need to be available in bulk.
     
  11. bostonjim

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    I agree. Why are automobiles so rare in z scale? I don't see many in either media, 3-D, cast metal or plastic. is there something about making them in bulk that is the problem? I would like to see mid-decades versions of popular makes and modules so one could populate a scene without a MicronArts model T passing a Marklin solid-cast rubber version. One of these days...Jim
     
  12. rvn2001

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    A video of some of the modules that would have been at the NTS in St. Louis.



    Enjoy!
    Thom Welsch
     
  13. mdvholland

    mdvholland TrainBoard Member

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    This is a lovely micro layout:


    Cheers,
    Matt
     
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  14. Kurt Moose

    Kurt Moose TrainBoard Member

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    Lot's of details in that little layout, too cool!

    Love cherry blossoms when in bloom!:love:
     
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  15. husafreak

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    That was fun, short and sweet, the polar opposite of something like The Old Port Shop, but they are both great on a "feel" level.
     
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  16. JuergenT

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    Hi Folks

    last weekend I make a video about my layout Zuzwil / Swizerland.
    I catch a lot of trains, also somme specials :)

    In these days, I´m testing the automatic programm (iTrain) for max 8 trains (ok, some locos
    need a revision, so it works today only with 5 trains.

    Enjoy the video:
     
  17. SJ Z-man

    SJ Z-man TrainBoard Member

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    Ooooo LOTS of trains. This gives me TWO (2) [zwei] ideas:
    1) On a looping layout, have that divergent train enter a staging yard while another runs the other way. Jürgen uses 2 end loops. With T-Track modules separated down the middle, a ladder yard could be used. It really makes that layout busy and you just can't look away !
    2) This type of module/layout is what I like and have enjoyed on our Altenbeken visits. The LOWER foreground scenery and higher background Mainline. I and am going to start this way with T-Track.

    Ok, but, I need to figure in Matt's 100+ car trains :)
     
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