May 2014 edition of TrainMasters TV (1 hr 21 min)

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On the May edition of TrainMasters: 1) Lionel Strang cruising the 2014 Ottawa Train Expo 2) We visit an operating session on Bill Doll's Forest Park Southern 3) A solution for electrical gremlins 4) An O-scale layout featuring scratchbuilt structures.

 

Visiting the Ottawa Train Expo on TrainMasters TV May 2014 edition - brought to you by Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Act I - Cruising the Ottawa Train Expo (19:35)

Lionel Strang walks the Ottawa Expo train show, meeting some old friends and some new ones.


Bill Doll's Forest Park Southern  on TrainMasters TV May 2014 edition - brought to you by Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Act II - An Appalachian railroad meant to be enjoyed (11:21)

We visit an operating session on Bill Doll's 33' X 48' freelanced Forest Park Southern Railroad.


TCS shows us how to solve electrical gremlins ... on TrainMasters TV May 2014 edition - brought to you by Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Act III - A solution for electrical gremlins (10:17)

Train Control Systems visits the set of DCC Decoded to talk about TCS and their Keep-Alive.

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An O-scale layout featuring scratchbuilt structures ... on TrainMasters TV May 2014 edition  - brought to you by Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Act IV - O-scale structures by the book (13:06)

Pat Harriman's passion is building structures, and his O-scale layout is a real showcase of his work.


Special bonus segments ...

 

Extreme loco weathering with Ralph Renzetti, part 3 of 4 ... on TrainMasters TV May 2014 edition - brought to you by Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Bonus segment 1 - Extreme weathering, part 3 of 4 (13:06)

Backshop Clinic guest Ralph Renzetti demonstrates his preparations for adding road grime and rust to a locomotive.


Extreme loco weathering with Ralph Renzetti, part 4 of 4 ... on TrainMasters TV May 2014 edition - brought to you by Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Bonus segment 2 - Extreme weathering, part 4 of 4 (23:50)

Ralph Renzetti finishes the process of applying some extreme weathering to a locomotive.