The origin of this suburb layout goes back to the late 1920s. If you visit the website listed you can see that history and more video about this operation. This driver’s eye tour is worth your time. It features 10 scale miles of track.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_rwzsdVW6M&feature=endscreenThis video gives new meaning to the idea of a model railroad in the basement.
You’ll find the script to this 1954 movie to be almost unbearably boring. However, the reward in watching will be shots of a Rock Island Rocket, Seaboard centipedes, Santa Fe warbonnets, PRR Erie builts, mail crane for the Wabash Blue Bird, and a feast of great railroad images. Enjoy!
Here’s an especially illuminating look at a variety of signaling systems with great shots of moving trains.
Here’s an interesting video of a climb from Unaderra to Robertson on a railway in New South Wales, Australia.
Indeed, it is! Multiple steam locomotives in action just last month in the British Midlands. Turn up the volume, watch in full screen mode, and enjoy living history. A description of the action is on the YouTube page. The organization’s website is http://www.gcrailway.co.uk/.
We may be repeating ourselves but here’s another opportunity to be mesmerized in the cab, Gatwick to Victoria Station.
What could be better than an Iron Horse? Two, of course. This is a great promotion for the who production. .