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Every day is a visit to the seaside with this exceptional coast-themed model railway layout constructed by a returnee railway modeller. This model railway is in OO gauges and includes trains by companies such as Hornby. Find out more about all things railway modelling-related at 🤍world-of-railways.co.uk
In this video, I look at hand building a set of points of OO gauge from raw materials, and ask "Is it actually as scary as its reputation says it is?" Links to things mentioned in video (None are affiliates...yet?) Buy the materials from C&L: 🤍 Ready made template: 🤍 Templot Software Download: 🤍 Find us on Instagram: 🤍steam_with_a_scooby Email us: Steamwithascooby🤍gmail.com
This latest update of Ballan Parkway model railway features, New acquired rolling stock, Renumbering and weathering New acquired vehicles New buildings An introduction to a NEW phase 4 extension A queens jubilee reflective part A struggling Clan line steam loco operation
In this video I will be continuing the work on scenery & the canal scene. I've made most of it time-lapse as this job took quite a few hours to complete. Thanks for watching. All the best, Andy. Music: Youtube Audio Library (Copyright Free)
In this video we discover a superb British model railway layout built by Joel Nicholl. The model train diorama is called “Trepatrick Junction”. The OO gauge modern image layout is set in a fictional present day Cornish Town. The model rail depicts a 5 platform terminus station. Joel Nicholl started to build this British layout in September 2019. The model rail layout progressed quickly in 2020 and is now nearing completion with just a few more details to add as a layout is never really finished. Joel’s model train layout features colour light signals, controlled by a set of switches, as well as working point motors. He has also wired up a number of lighting features including traffic lights, interior lights on buildings, street lights and many other small lighting features such as illuminated vending machines. The main attraction is, of course, the rolling stock consisting of diesel multiple units (DMU) and electric multiple units (EMU). The trains that you see running include: Bachmann class 350 EMU - 4 carriages “London Midland” livery, Bachmann class 108 DMU - 2 carriages “Network Southeast” livery, Hornby class 153 single car DMU “GWR” livery and Hornby class 121 single car DMU “Network Southeast” livery. Trepatrick Junction on Instagram 🤍 Trepatrick Junction on YouTube 🤍 Pilentum Television 🤍
OK I know I previously trailered for a new video of multiple Deltic's storming through Neville Grove (this is still very much in the pipeline, as I type another 3 Class 55's are heading their way to my weathering studio) - but I couldn't resist sharing this with you in the meantime! So, now in all its subtly dirty and polished glory is 55017 "Durham Light Infantry" custom weathered for 🤍MrTBrearley The loco was pre-ordered almost as soon as the model was announced, and was promptly booked a place in my weathering queue. Back then we decided that this Deltic was to receive a polished finish with subtle dirt to emulate a busy top link express locomotive of the 1970's / 80's. The subtle dirt and polish effects gives depth and lustre to the factory finish, and as so often happens with this sort of weathering work, the model gains the impression of weight and bulk. To my mind this adds to the realism of this richly detailed and accurate model and combines to create the ultimate model Deltic in OO Gauge. Well done 🤍AccuraScale UK With a decoder easily installed via the removable roof panel, "Durham Light Infantry" is silky smooth at the head of Tim's rake of Bachmann BR Blue / Grey Mk1's and 2's. During its visit, the entire coach rake has been fitted with the superb Hunt ELITE Buckeye magnetic couplings from 🤍West Hill Wagon Works Not only do these look so much better than the standard tension lock couplings, they also provide more reliable running, closer coupling and convenient marshalling. 🤍 A privilege to have such a thoroughly fantastic train visit Neville Grove! Although the sound equipped Accurascale Deltics look and sound astonishingly good, neither of these are DCC Sound fitted. So audio recordings has been used from footage of real world Deltics running on the mainline plus preserved railways.
Once again, Pilentum presents one of the finest model railway layouts made in Great Britain. It is the third layout made by the British model railroader Peter Goss. The model railway - built in OO scale or 4 mm or OO gauge - is based on the North Yorkshire market town of Knaresborough. It was completed at the end of 2014 and has been presented at model railway exhibitions since then. Pete Goss started planning this model railway in 2009, and after extensive survey work and detailed planning model construction finally commenced in February 2010. The scenery is set in the time period around 2005 to 2015. The rolling stock includes the modern day colorfully liveried diesel multiple units (DMU) and several long special trains, for example the “Northern Belle Pullman” or the “Scarborough Spa Express”. The layout has only a simple branch line theme with trains running through the station on a twin track continuous circuit run. The market town setting contains a very strong historical theme. It is that theme of model railroading that Pete is very familiar with. Pete has always had a fascination with railways and buildings. His main interest is the architecture and styles of old and historic buildings and displaying them at a true scale within the realms of railway modelling. Over the years, Pete has attended model railway exhibitions all over the United Kingdom and also in Germany, Netherlands and Belgium. The model railway layout in this video got the name “The Worlds End”, because this name refers to the pub that is located near the railway station of Knaresborough. Apart from the train station, the model railway layout contains a large stone built and ornate viaduct over the River Nidd which is around five feet long and 14 inches high. And, there are other scenes on the layout that will intrigue and entertain folks whilst watching the model trains go by. Substantial numbers of metal cast and converted plastic model figures have been employed on the layout and inside the coaches. Pete’s model railway layout was shown at the great Norwich Model Railway Exhibition in 2017. Pilentum made this video at the International Scale Model Exhibition in Dortmund, Germany, in 2018.
After attending the Manchester Model Railway exhibition, one of the layouts that stood out was Cheadle Ridge Lane TMD, the modern image DRS depot. Cheadle Ridge Lane TMD is Steve's exhibition layout using 'OO' gauge code 100 track and a fully DCC operated layout. The exhibition layout is 6ft long 1.5ft wide. Attended as a modern image DRS depot. 🤍
The Badger Hill Railway succeeds its predecessor Castle Road Light Railway, using most of the trackwork, some of the trains and a few of the structures from that layout but with sufficient scenic re-development to warrant a change of name. It's a simple layout, essentially a double oval with a few short sidings, not at all prototypical but intended to convey something of the atmosphere of a small country railway in Britain some time in the mid-twentieth century. This short video is an overview of the layout and later videos will focus on particular aspects such as passenger trains, goods traffic and scenic details.
Point, point motors and associated wiring, track plans
How to make a tarpaulin in OO Gauge using only basic materials ! _ Dark Green Tissure Paper (The Range UK) Pva Glue Water RubberBand Paint Brush Thread Black or Blue.. Shot on Bmpcc 4k Subscribe for more soon !! _ Instagram.com/ItspureCold
I'd always wanted a OO gauge railway, but never seemed to have the space inside the house. Fortunately, I managed to find some space in the Garden and was able to build one recently outside. Join me in this video as I show you how I built my OO gauge garden railway in only a week! Please consider pledging your support to help keep the channel growing from strength to strength. Find out what's in-store and how to unlock additional perks here: 🤍 If you like what I do, why not buy me a coffee over at 🤍 Come join the live conversation over at Discord, chat to other modellers in real time! 🤍 If you want to buy any of the kits i've built or recommend - take a look here (it helps support the channel): 🤍 Subscribe with notifications on to help support the channel! 🤍 Merch! 🤍 Let's get social! 🤍 🤍 🤍 This video is intended for adult scale model enthusiasts. Model Minutes holds no responsibility for any accidents, damage or injury that could occur as a result of attempting to replicate any steps depicted in this video. All music used from the YouTube audio library. #modelrailway #oogauge #garden #model #modeltrain #trains
The BR 57ft Mk 1 suburban carriages have been selected as Accurascale’s next passenger rolling stock project for ‘OO’ gauge. Hornby Magazine has the full story including exclusive video with the first running samples. Click here for the full story: 🤍
The third model railway with the name Westfield, I made the mistake of largely completing it so it has to to be recycled to provide some of the components for the fourth version.
Various military forces around the world have used their own trains and networks to transport a variety of items from munitions to personnel. Join me in this video as I show you how I made the most of this Budget Model Railways 3D printed OO gauge locomotive and rolling stock kits using some simple and cost effective techniques to create my own, custom military train. I upgraded these kits through the installation of directional lighting for use under DC control. For more information on the contents of the kits you can find a detailed unboxing review video on this subject here: 🤍 A similar kit from the same company: 🤍 Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 00:55 Products Used 01:47 Wagon Kit Build 09:38 Coach Kit Build 10:20 Adding Lights 14:44 Loco Kit Build 16:25 Loco Lights 19:10 Finished Models Review I would like to extend my thanks to Budget Model Railways for sending this kits to me free of charge for the purpose of review, but all opinions remain my own. Find the kits here: 🤍 Budget Model Railways on YouTube: 🤍 Please consider pledging your support to help keep the channel growing from strength to strength. Find out what's in-store and how to unlock additional perks here: 🤍 If you like what I do, why not buy me a coffee over at 🤍 Come join the live conversation over at Discord, chat to other modellers in real time! 🤍 If you want to buy any of the kits i've built or recommend - take a look here (it helps support the channel): 🤍 Subscribe with notifications on to help support the channel! 🤍 Merch! 🤍 Let's get social! 🤍 🤍 🤍 This video is intended for adult scale model enthusiasts. Model Minutes holds no responsibility for any accidents, damage or injury that could occur as a result of attempting to replicate any steps depicted in this video. All music used from the YouTube audio library. #OOGauge #Modelrailway #Modeltrain
The all new Hunt Coupling for 'OO' gauge has been sent into the Hornby Magazine workshop for a good old test. In this episode we use the Close MK3a pack and the Large tension HST pack. Find out more about the various products from Hunt Coupling and West Hill Wagon works below: (Affiliate link) 🤍
Bachmann's all-new 'OO' gauge Ransome & Rapier 45ton steam crane is reviewed in full in the latest issue of Hornby Magazine. In this video Hornby Magazine Editor Mike Wild offers a guided tour of this enticing new release to explain its details and features. Read the full review in HM151 - on sale from December 5 2019. Visit 🤍hornbymagazine.com for more information.
The Gresley ‘A1’/‘A3’ 4-6-2s are a longstanding part of the Hornby range, but this year they have been upgraded with newly tooled components and firebox flicker. MIKE WILD checks out the first two arrivals. Click here to read the full review: 🤍 The latest issue is available from newsagents nationwide including WHSmiths, Tesco and Sainsbury's as well as direct from the Key Publishing Shop by following this link... 🤍 You can also Subscribe to the Magazine: 🤍
A new year and the first update for 2019. In this episode I’m looking at some items I received at Christmas, taking a brief look at the building work on a Wills kit and fitting valances/facia to the side of the layout. I hope you enjoy it. Want to be a part of Model Rail Network? Click on the link below to join. 🤍 Keep up to date with everything going on with my layout by following me on Facebook. 🤍 Title music by ‘Longzijun’
OO Gauge Model Railway Layout In The Shed - Part 5 - Hornby R30036 Diesel Shunter Pack & Scenery. For More Photos and information visit our website: 🤍 Create your own website for free at: 🤍 Become A Member: 🤍 Gear: Main Camera: 🤍 Second Camera: 🤍 Microphone: 🤍 Tripod: 🤍 Social Media: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Google +: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Help Subtitle & Caption our videos: 🤍
A short (ish!) video showing the 4mm scale model of part of Llandudno Junction that I've designed & built for a client. This is the original main station building that sits on the island platform, with the canopy. The overbridge and stairs will be done shortly. The prototype building is on a very gentle curve, but luckily for me the client has straightened them out on his model, so I could build this straight! This was the model just prior to collection by the client, who will be painting & finishing the model.
Hi guys and welcome to OO Heaven. this channel is all about OO Gauge model railways on a budget, and restoring budget 2nd Hand Locomotives. my usual preference for trains are Hornby Trains and Hornby Model Railways, but this time I went for something different in an Untested Airfix BR Royal Scot Class. Will it work? Let's see. Saving Money On Model trains can be a risky business, but if you get it right buying 2nd Hand budget trains can be a real bonus. #modelrailroad #airfix #oogauge
OO Gauge Micro Model Railway Industrial Layout - 7.5 Inch Radius! - A full scale OO gauge model railway layout in a tiny space of only 7.5 inch radius. Built using second hand flexi-track and running with only basic DC locos and controllers this layout is ideal for anyone. For More Photos and information visit our website: 🤍 Gear: Main Camera: 🤍 Second Camera: 🤍 Microphone: 🤍 Tripod: 🤍 Social Media: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Google +: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Help Subtitle & Caption our videos: 🤍
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A special running session feautring a Hornby 00 Gauge Live Steam Mallard to celebrate the channel hitting 1,000 Subscribers! It's time for another special video and in this one I'll be running the most unique loco in my collection! Back in 2003 Hornby made these fantastic little 00 gauge Live Steam models and I'm lucky enough to own one. While they're incredible models they are tricky to drive and are completly unlike a normal model steam engine in every way. That said I wanted to share this with you all as a thank you for the channel hitting 1,000 subscribers - I've been holding onto this one for a while so I hope you enjoy it! If you want to learn more about Hornby's 00 Gauge Live Steam range I highly recommed you check out 🤍 Timestamps: 00:00 - Preview 00:30 - Intro 01:18 - Preparing The Loco 02:23 - The Hornby Live Steam Controller 03:15 - Close Up Look At Mallard 04:26 - Running On The Rolling Road 07:40 - The Test Circuit 08:23 - Live Steam Running Session 10:21 - 00 Live Steam Club 10:54 - Conclusion Thanks for watching!
Hello and welcome to this video looking at the BR class 14 a rather unique locomotive type. While it was not part of the early BTC plan it is a prototype that came forth from the change to diesel. The nickname "Teddy Bears" for these locos have two reported origins. One that it is from the "face" created by the cab/casings, the second attributed a Swindon foreman saying perhaps ruefully, "We've built the 'Great Bear' now we're going to build a 'Teddy Bear'". These locos were once again GW designed and allocated and as such had hydraulic transmission. 🤍 9 Class 14s by Joseph Grice Damien Le Maistre 🤍 🤍 SDJR7F88 #modelrailways #modelrailroad #modeltrains
A just under 30 minute OO gauge British model railway on board cab ride tour of freight allocated duties. This involves Class 47 001 picking empty presflo cement wagons from sidings around 3 miles away and them taking them to Westbury cement plant works where the wagons will be filled. This involved various coupling and uncoupling procedures and also shunting duties provided by a Class 14 teddy bear shunter with on board camera running around the works to provide the various duties. Once completed the train will run back fully loaded on the mainline to deliver to the customer 72 miles away. Enjoy! Watch out for the bonus out takes at the end of this video!
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The legendary Class 55 ‘Deltic’ is Accurascale’s first ready-to-run powered model for ‘OO’ gauge – and what a model it is. MIKE WILD and RICHARD WATSON bring you the full story on what could be the definitive ‘Deltic’. Click here to read the full review: 🤍 The latest issue is available from newsagents nationwide including WHSmiths, Tesco and Sainsbury's as well as direct from the Key Publishing Shop by following this link... SUBSCRIBE: bit.ly/3M5SZK4 BUY PRINT: bit.ly/3vWrEEp BUY DIGITAL: bit.ly/3sppkDL
The challenge of re-inventing this exhibition model railway layout saw a transformation in its era too, from the end of steam to an imaginary BR blue diesel scenario. See more stunning model railways at 🤍world-of-railways
With its impressive viaduct centerpiece, realistic building, raging civil war cameo and contemporary setting, Peter Goss' model railway layout is packed full of amazing details and the closer you look the more there is to see. This OO gauge model railway layout is based in North Yorkshire. It appeared in BRM magazine (British Railway Modelling) December 2017 issue: 🤍pocketmags.com/brm
Trains running on an OO Gauge Industrial Quarry layout - operating potential - #StayHome #WithMe For More Photos and information visit our website: 🤍 Become A Member: 🤍 Gear: Main Camera: 🤍 Second Camera: 🤍 Microphone: 🤍 Tripod: 🤍 Social Media: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Google +: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Help Subtitle & Caption our videos: 🤍
This is my fifty ninth video on my work with OO gauge. See part 1 of this series for my reasons for getting into OO gauge, when I already had a lot invested in working in N gauge, and I didn't really have space available for a large, fully operational OO gauge layout. Also see my lengthy series on my N Gauge railway modelling for smaller and more complex scenery, and smaller scale trains running. This part is the thirty third dealing with my third layout, made using (mainly) Hornby set track. See the prior video, part 27, for my reasons for wanting to try a Hornby set track layout, when I already had an OO gauge layout using Bachmann EZ Track. In this part, as I said I would at the end of my previous video, I will be reviewing in detail the DC power and control of my little Hornby layout, and then demonstrating with locos on the layout itself. If you have any questions about anything that I say or show in this video, or you would like more information about anything, please post in the comments below, and I will try to respond.