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Monthly Archives: February 2019
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Biggest model railway layout outside that I have ever seen! Model steam locomotives pulling long mixed freights with huge trestles and several trains running at the same time! G scale or gauge. We also got invited inside to see the museum of model trains covering the walls and a couple layouts on the floor including Thomas The Tank Engine. West Chester, Ohio filmed July 21, 2018. I don’t know which G Gauge layout was more impressive, this one or the one I filmed in Montgomery, Ohio. See the video. Thanks for watching! Please comment, give a thumbs up and SUBSCRIBE TO JAWTOOTH!!
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Model Train Show At Museum
December 17, 2017
A holiday-themed model train show opened Saturday, Dec. 16, at the Klamath County Museum, 1451 Main Street. The Klamath Rails model railroad club will have a variety of train layouts set up for the show, including N, O, HO and G-scale model sets.
The show runs through Dec. 30, with hours the same as the museum’s normal schedule, which is 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday each week.
Entry to the train show is free with regular paid admission to the museum. Admission fees are $5 for adults, and $4 for seniors, military and students. Youth 12 and under are free.
Santa Claus will be available to visit with children attending the train show from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day through Dec. 23.
A free session for families with special needs children will be provided from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 17.
“We’re pleased to have the model railroaders back for another great show this year,” said museum manager Todd Kepple. “Their layout continues to improve, and the variety of equipment they have makes for an interesting presentation.”
For more information contact the museum at (541) 882-1000.
More super amazing Model Railway Displays by Epping Model Railway at the Brickpit Stadium 2016. This years train show was massive Vs what was offered up in 2015. This video will show these model railway displays.
4 Ways (HO Scale) This cylindrical dual layered layout was really amazing. Built to entertain children and adults it incorporated various themes split around the layout. From Dinosaurs to the Zombie apocalypse and everything in between.
Bethungra Spiral (HO Scale) Australian themed layout based on a real rail spiral in NSW at Bethungra. The scenery was amazing and looked just like real life. A variety of train were seen AD60 class were Beyer-Garratt to the XPT High Speed Train and everything in between. Basing a layout on a real rail spiral was amazing and it gave a fantastic view of the train as they moved around the layout.
The Charging Moose (On30 American) One of the most beautiful model railways ever built. Geoff Nott and John Montgomery layout depicting a small narrow gauge line somewhere in the American forests serving both the logging and mining industries To see some amazing photos of this display best to follow this NMRA link.
Goulburn (HO Scale) This Australian themed layout was constructed and run by the Gilford Model Railway Club. This highly detailed railway study is based on the Goulburn station and surrounding environments as it looks today. Locomotives and rolling stock are individually owned by the railway club members. The power was supplied by conventional DC block control. This layout was very popular as it’s something that many people could relate to if they have travelled by rail to Goulburn.
Hoyt-Clagwell Tractor Factory (On30 Scale) This tiny layout was one of the biggest surprises at the train show. It cleverly sucked you in via a question sheet related to the classic TV comedy show Green Acres. This layout used one of the most unusual ideas as a theme and the way it presented made you look into the layout. It goes to show that you don’t need a huge highly detailed railway layout to entertain a audience. Hoyt-Clagwell Tractor Factory was amazing.
Over The Fence (HO Scale) A railway layout based on the Newcastle area that’s north of Sydney. It features typical Australian trains and rollingstock that are a common sight during the 80’s to 90’s. This layout was enclosed in a perspex tank that made clear viewing and photography near impossible. Sadly this really distracted from the beauty of the various trains. The only way I could see them clearly was when they were running around the rear of the layout. Children had little or no chance to engage with this layout due to the height it was set at and perspex tank that protected the layout from the viewing public.
South Bend And Hilltop (N Scale) This American themed layout was totally amazing due to the number of trains and incredible details on the layout. Presented by the Hills model Railway Society this large layout can run both DC and DCC trains for it’s members. The track design is a folded dogbone and the scenic layout incorporates innovative model making methods to reduce weight while remaining strong. As I so often say when N Scale is done well it’s incredibly beautiful. This layout was a real joy to watch.
Gordon (HO Scale) A layout thats depicting the Australian railway station at Gordon near the top of the Great Dividing Range. The Layout represents Gordon prior to the rationalization of the railways in Australia. Gordon was originally a terminus station on a branch line but eventually it was linked to Melbourne. The trains seen on the layout are from the 1950’s to 1980’s. Gordon is a little peek back in time to when Australia was a very different place Vs today.
Back Of Beyond (N Scale) This beautiful layout represents a small country town somewhere in country NSW Australia. Because of Government decisions the railways have been rationalized so the goods shed and two branch lines lapse into ruin. The layout has lots of buildings done in a variety of methods. The designs in this layout is very common of of the many towns that have derelict railway infrastructure around active mainlines. It’s a reminder of very different times seeing the ghosts railways. This layout is another excellent N Scale model. The model detailing’s here are extreme. The track ballast even shows areas of loose sleepers. It’s an amazing study of how the world looks in a tiny scale.
Bethungra Rail Spiral Google Maps Link
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