In summer 2019, Pilentum Television, was invited by Hässleholms Modelljärnvägsförening, one of the biggest model railway clubs in Sweden, to produce a video documentary about Sweden’s finest and largest model railroad layout. If you’re asking Swedish model railroaders and railway enthusiast, where to find the largest permanent model railway exhibition in Sweden, they will probably answer, this is the “Modelljärnväg Hässleholm”. By the way, the Swedish word “modelljärnväg” means “model railway” in British English and “model railroad” in American English. In this video, Pilentum Television presents the “Modelljärnväg Hässleholm”, really one of the largest model railroad layouts built in HO scale in Sweden. Actually, this Swedish miniature world covers more than 700 square meters. This Swedish HO scale layout is a historically correct scale model of Hässleholm’s railway station, its locomotive shed and its buildings as they were in the late 1960’s. During the 20th century Hässleholm developed into a [More]
Got about 35 ft of track painted so far along with my sd70ace’s Finally paired together! Thanks Kevin! If you have any questions on what you have seen in this video, feel free to ask and I will reply ASAP! (made with #spliceapp – http://get.spliceapp.com) Recommended ReadingModel Railway VideosOne of Sweden’s finest and largest and most famous model railroad in HO scaleSimple CV Settings For More Realistic Operation With Economy DecodersDCC Sound Decoder Installation N Scale01-01-2010 Advanced DCC – Part 3B Sound Decoders for Katooorail.com | Beginners guide to OO gauge model railwaysCreating Model railroad stone wallsHow to – Episode 17 – Loco RepaintLarge Private Model Railroad layout in HO scale 4K UHDWeathering Model Trains – Rust and Rust Streaks (Step 6)05-23-2010 Advanced DCC – Part 5 Sound Decoders for Proto 2000Large Private Model Railroad layout in HO scale 4K UHD'Ashburton' – N Gauge Model Railway Layout
Simple CV Settings for an Economy DCC Decoder for more realistic operation is discussed in this video. Whenever you pull your locomotive out of the box for the first time it will run, but not in a realistic fashion. So we have to change some of the settings to get there. I purchased a Bachman S-2 Diesel (DCC Sound Value) at a train show a few months ago for $65. The only thing I did to it so far was assign a number to the locomotive. Right out of the box I ran the locomotive to break it in and did a short video a few days ago at the end of the run in time. Today I adjusted CV 02 thru CV 06 to achieve a more realistic operation. Adjusting the basic settings for motor voltage, acceleration & deceleration rate are essential for a more realistic movement of your [More]
In this video I want to show you a DCC Sound Decoder Installation in N Scale. I actually install 2 decoders in 2 Kato locomotives in this video–one motor only and one sound. Both are Digitrax deciders and one requires some home milling of the frame for the speaker. ???????????????????????????????? ? Get RTNT merch at the RTNT Company Store: https://teespring.com/stores/rtnt-company-store ? Save 10% on all regularly priced items from Micro-Mark: The Small Tool Specialists. Use promo code RONSTRAINS upon checkout. https://www.micromark.com/ (NOTE: The above link is an affiliate link. I receive a commission from all purchases made through this link. Exclusions: This offer cannot be combined with any other offers, not applicable to Pre-Orders, Digitrax, SoundTraxx, or 3D items, applicable to merchandise price only, shipping and handling fees not included, gift cards, or eGift certificates.) ? Find fantastic foam cutting tools and adhesives from Hot Wire Foam Factory at: https://hotwirefoamfactory.com/home.php?bid=4&partner=35706 [More]
Check out part 3C. Recommended ReadingModel Railway VideosOne of Sweden’s finest and largest and most famous model railroad in HO scaleTSLU#46 Part 1 Track Painting!Simple CV Settings For More Realistic Operation With Economy DecodersDCC Sound Decoder Installation N Scaleoorail.com | Beginners guide to OO gauge model railwaysCreating Model railroad stone wallsHow to – Episode 17 – Loco RepaintLarge Private Model Railroad layout in HO scale 4K UHDWeathering Model Trains – Rust and Rust Streaks (Step 6)05-23-2010 Advanced DCC – Part 5 Sound Decoders for Proto 2000Large Private Model Railroad layout in HO scale 4K UHD'Ashburton' – N Gauge Model Railway Layout
This video from oorail.com is an introduction to the basics of OO gauge model railways. In this video we explain everything a beginner would need to get started. We look at track, explain the difference with track codes, fish plates, track pins, different radius curves (including 1st,2nd,3rd and 4th radius track, also 15″,18″,22″ and 24″ Atlas track). We explain flex track and demonstrate how to cut flex track. We look at how to connect power to the track, the problems with track power clips and the difference between DC and DCC. We go over the basics of points and explain how to isolate with points in DC layouts. The video shows how to connect two independent tracks together using points and insulated fish plates. Finally the video wraps up by looking at accessories such as buffer stops, and useful tools to help the railway modeller. The last segment of the [More]
If you need stonework for your layout and can’t find commercial products that fit your needs, this method may work for you to create your own. I used it to make bridge abutments. The stencil I used is :The Crafter’s Workshop’s 6″x6″ Stencil – Micro Bricks”. I bought it from The Frantic Stamper – https://www.franticstamper.com/The-Crafters-Workshop-6×6-Stencil–Micro-Bricks_p_151866.html Recommended ReadingModel Railway VideosOne of Sweden’s finest and largest and most famous model railroad in HO scaleTSLU#46 Part 1 Track Painting!Simple CV Settings For More Realistic Operation With Economy DecodersDCC Sound Decoder Installation N Scale01-01-2010 Advanced DCC – Part 3B Sound Decoders for Katooorail.com | Beginners guide to OO gauge model railwaysHow to – Episode 17 – Loco RepaintLarge Private Model Railroad layout in HO scale 4K UHDWeathering Model Trains – Rust and Rust Streaks (Step 6)05-23-2010 Advanced DCC – Part 5 Sound Decoders for Proto 2000Large Private Model Railroad layout in HO scale 4K [More]
This is how I repaint my locomotives, hope you find it useful. Products I use.. Tamiya Masking Tape Tamiya Spray-Work Painting Stand Set Iwata HP-CS Airbrush ACS-AS182 Compressor Phoenix Precision Paints Phoenix PS-18 Super Strip Railmatch Matt Varnish Phoenix Gloss Varnish Transfers from Fox Recommended ReadingModel Railway VideosOne of Sweden’s finest and largest and most famous model railroad in HO scaleTSLU#46 Part 1 Track Painting!Simple CV Settings For More Realistic Operation With Economy DecodersDCC Sound Decoder Installation N Scale01-01-2010 Advanced DCC – Part 3B Sound Decoders for Katooorail.com | Beginners guide to OO gauge model railwaysCreating Model railroad stone wallsLarge Private Model Railroad layout in HO scale 4K UHDWeathering Model Trains – Rust and Rust Streaks (Step 6)05-23-2010 Advanced DCC – Part 5 Sound Decoders for Proto 2000Large Private Model Railroad layout in HO scale 4K UHD'Ashburton' – N Gauge Model Railway Layout
Central Florida Railroad Modelers – Best HO Model Train Club in Orlando! Central Florida Railroad Modelers was formed to bring together individuals for a common appreciation of model railroading in order to create and build both a model railroad and a model railroad environment not likely attainable by any individual, for the mutual benefit and enjoyment of all members. Address: 2500 Silver Star Rd, Ste 1700 (95.16 mi) Orlando, Florida 32804 web: http://www.centralfloridarailroadmodelers.com/ Recommended ReadingModel Railway VideosOne of Sweden’s finest and largest and most famous model railroad in HO scaleTSLU#46 Part 1 Track Painting!Simple CV Settings For More Realistic Operation With Economy DecodersDCC Sound Decoder Installation N Scale01-01-2010 Advanced DCC – Part 3B Sound Decoders for Katooorail.com | Beginners guide to OO gauge model railwaysCreating Model railroad stone wallsHow to – Episode 17 – Loco RepaintWeathering Model Trains – Rust and Rust Streaks (Step 6)05-23-2010 Advanced DCC – Part 5 [More]
Painting rust streaks and rust on your model trains is often the main entry point for hobbyists to get into weathering. Doing rust well can take some time, but the payoff is definitely worth it. This video is another weathering tutorial in my “Weathering Basics” playlist. While there are numerous techniques for weathering model trains in the area of rust, this entry explores two, one with an airbrush, and one without. #modeltrains #modelrailroad #weathering ?How You Can Support JC’s Riptrack Please consider investing in the work of JC’s Riptrack through a few of these options: ?You can support the channel directly through PayPal. https://www.paypal.me/jcsriptrack Another way is to commission me to paint and/or weather one of your models! I could even feature your model, railcar, or locomotive in an upcoming video! You can email me at jcsriptrack@gmail.com You can also check out my Amazon affiliate links below with my product [More]
Here we install Digitrax mobile and sound DCC decoders for a Proto 2000 GP38-2 Recommended ReadingModel Railway VideosOne of Sweden’s finest and largest and most famous model railroad in HO scaleTSLU#46 Part 1 Track Painting!Simple CV Settings For More Realistic Operation With Economy DecodersDCC Sound Decoder Installation N Scale01-01-2010 Advanced DCC – Part 3B Sound Decoders for Katooorail.com | Beginners guide to OO gauge model railwaysCreating Model railroad stone wallsHow to – Episode 17 – Loco RepaintLarge Private Model Railroad layout in HO scale 4K UHDWeathering Model Trains – Rust and Rust Streaks (Step 6)Large Private Model Railroad layout in HO scale 4K UHD'Ashburton' – N Gauge Model Railway Layout
For almost four decades, the Treasure Coast Model Railroad Club and Historical Society, Inc. have been bringing the fun and historical perspective of model railroading to the Treasure Coast. In 1975 three model railroaders in Vero Beach determined that there was interest in forming a Model Railroad Club. The Club thus had its beginning with this nucleus of interested hobbyists. The Treasure Coast Model Railroad Club declared itself as an actual organization on September 2, 1975. The railroad is modeled during the transition era between steam and diesel power of US railroads, which occurred between the 1940’s to the 1970’s. It is HO scale (1:87), utilizing a Digitrax DCC control system. Layout has two major freight yards, 2 city passenger stations, several industrial complexes, a freight harbor, steel mill and a coal mine. In addition, there are three cities, several towns, lakes, mountains and a desert. Many of the structures [More]