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    Cab ride on Mr. Porsche ‘s very large model train layout
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    Published on Dec 19, 2016
    This is the model train layout of Mr. Hans-Peter Porsche. He is the grandson of Ferdinand Porsche, the automobile designer of the famous VW Beetle. Since his childhood, Hans-Peter Porsche collected tin toys from Marklin, from Bing and from other manufacturers. A few years ago, he decided to present his collection of toys to the public in a special museum. This museum is called “Traumwerk Porsche” in the German language, meaning “Dreamworks Porsche” in the English language. In addition to the toy collection, there is a large event hall for Porsche cars and a very large model railroad display with model trains in action. Outside, there is also a railroad and a playground for children. The Dreamworks model railway museum is located in the South of Germany. The large model railway layout has got an exhibition area of more than 400 square meters and represents the three countries Austria, Switzerland and Germany. Pilentum was capturing video footage of more than six hours, for example these beautiful cab rides along the whole railway exhibition. Please, enjoy the railroad landscape and railway scenery. More information and a lot of photos are available at http://www.pilentum.org, for free.
     
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    Whats Neat in model railroading | March 2017 Model Railroad Hobbyist | Ken Patterson
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    Published on Mar 4, 2017
    http://mrhmag.com - MRH What's Neat columnist Ken Patterson's March 2017 What's Neat column: 1) James Wright interview; 2) SoundTraxx Tsunami 2 decoder programming; 3) Woodland Scenics Just Plug lighting system; 4) Great runbys; and 6) More tips, photos, and tricks! Get even more great FREE how-tos for model railroading on the Model Railroad Hobbyist website. This video is just part of the TOTALLY FREE March 2017 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
     
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    Whats Neat in model railroading | April 2017 Model Railroad Hobbyist | Ken Patterson
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    Published on Mar 31, 2017
    http://mrhmag.com - MRH What's Neat columnist Ken Patterson's April 2017 What's Neat column: 1) Foam glue tests; 2) Foam layout construction tips; 3) Wood railroad crossing; 4) Tsunami2 programming tips; and 5) Athearn photo/video extravaganza! Get even more great FREE how-tos for model railroading on the Model Railroad Hobbyist website. This video is just part of the TOTALLY FREE April 2017 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
     
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    Pilentum Model Railroads - At the Railway Line
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    Published on Apr 2, 2017
    While making the latest cab ride video with model trains in action, Pilentum was set the camera beside the railway line. Please, enjoy some fast electric trains, some freight trains and some high speed trains from Germany. More information and a lot of photos are available at http://www.pilentum.org, for free.
     
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    Whats Neat in model railroading | May 2017 Model Railroad Hobbyist | Ken Patterson
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    Published on Apr 28, 2017
    http://mrhmag.com - MRH What's Neat columnist Ken Patterson's May 2017 What's Neat column: 1) Modeling leaves in HO; 2) Auto rack loads; 3) Tsunami 2 diesel sound decoders; 4) Jeff Meyer's weathered freight cars; and 5) lots of great runbys! Get even more great FREE how-tos for model railroading on the Model Railroad Hobbyist website. This video is just part of the TOTALLY FREE May 2017 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
     
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    Large Model Railroad RR HO H.O. Scale Gauge Train Layout @ Sun City West Arizona awesome trains
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    Published on May 4, 2017
    On Thursday 5/4/17 I met Club Members Ed, Lee, and George and the share the enjoyment of the clubs awesome H.O. Scale / Gauge Model Railroad train layout.

    The club started in 1984 and in 1990 moved to the R. H. Johnson building. It’s amazing to see that every area on the layout is complete. Just a wonderful experience to view.

    They are located in the R. H. Johnson Recreation Center at 19803 R. H. Johnson Blvd., Sun City West AZ 85375

    The hours for the public are
    September 15 through October
    Tuesday and Thursday 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
    Saturday 9:00 AM to Noon
    November through March
    Tuesday and Thursday 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
    Saturday Noon to 3:00 PM
    April through May
    Tuesday and Thursday 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
    Saturday 9:00 AM to Noon
    September through May
    Night runs 3rd Friday of the month 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
    CLOSED MAY 30TH THROUGH SEPTEMBER 14TH
     
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    What a really pleasant train ride. The forward looking scenery, looking in the distance I couldn't tell
    if it was part of the wall mural or actual layout and didn't know until the train got up to it. I only caught
    two repeat scenes and they were brief and on a different track. The way the third (middle) rail is disguised
    is nice. One reason I always liked S gauge and HO is because it just seemed more real without the middle
    track. Action events you pass you only see once...in 25 minutes? I think it was five other moving
    trains we passed and pretty sure none of them were the same. Multiple tunnels and the scenery was always
    different coming out. Just a really impressive layout.
     
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    The only thing to say is WOW
     
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    Whats Neat in model railroading | June 2017 Model Railroad Hobbyist | Ken Patterson
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    Published on May 23, 2017
    http://mrhmag.com - MRH What's Neat columnist Ken Patterson's June 2017 What's Neat column: 1) Carving track profiles in foam; 2) Model phototraphy with fire; 3) Tricked out UP Challenger; 4) Benchwork with a furniture look; 5) Loksound tips from Matt Herman; and 6) lots of great runbys! Get even more great FREE how-tos for model railroading on the Model Railroad Hobbyist website. This video is just part of the TOTALLY FREE June 2017 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
     
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    N&W A Class & Y Class Double Header Chase
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    Published on Jun 18, 2017
    Here is a rare glimpse of a few N&W locomotives taking a freight train down the hill and into the yard. Enjoy!
     
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    1950s MODEL RAILROAD - "O" gauge model railroading
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    Published on Jun 27, 2017
    Short film, produced with the participation of the Westchester Model Club, Inc., Pelham Manor, New York., to introduce railroaders to the enjoyment of "O" gauge model railroading.

    Not rated. Black and white.
     
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    Whats Neat in model railroading | July 2017 Model Railroad Hobbyist | Ken Patterson
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    Published on Jun 27, 2017
    http://mrhmag.com - MRH What's Neat columnist Ken Patterson's July 2017 What's Neat column: 1) Jason Quinn's coal train modeling; 2) managing the model train dust problem; 3) Tsunami2 HEP setup; 4) Richard Rand's On30 layout; 5) Bachmann's USRA 4-6-2; 6) Wild West Scale Models; and 7) lots of great runbys! Get even more great FREE how-tos for model railroading on the Model Railroad Hobbyist website. This video is just part of the TOTALLY FREE July 2017 issue of Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine.
     
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    The Great Marklin Model Railroad Show in HO Scale
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    Published on Jul 12, 2017
    This permanent model railway exhibit was one of the first digitally controlled Märklin model train systems in Germany. By the year 2001, it was the largest model railway layout in the world with more than 700 square meters of exhibition space. The construction of the model railroad was started in 1997 and completed in 1999. Built in HO gauge or 1/87 scale, on the layout there are more than 250 model trains in action including electric trains and steam trains. There are typically German landscapes from the North Sea, from the Ruhr and Rhine area, from the Lake Constance, and from Switzerland including Swiss model locomotives and passenger cars. You will be impressed by the many bridges - breathtaking and spectacular railway bridges - connecting the German landscape to the Swiss landscape. Unfortunately, in December 2016 the model railroad exhibit was finally closed due to high operating costs. Please, visit http://www.pilentum.de or http://www.pilentum.org for more information. Thank you.
     

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