July 2014 edition of TrainMasters TV (2 hr 27 min)

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On the July edition of TrainMasters: 1) Jerry Fassnacht's Reading and Pennsylvania railroad layout tour; 2) Streamliners on parade at the North Carolina Transportation Museum - part one; 3) Streamliners on parade - part two; 4) "Back to the Basement" new layout construction series!

 

 Jerry Fassnacht's HO-scale Pennsy/Reading layout on TrainMasters TV July 2014 edition - brought to you by Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Act I - Jerry Fassnacht's HO Pennsy/Reading layout (11:24)

Childhood memories of the Reading and Pennsylvania railroads, down by the tracks - a visual essay.


Streamliners on parade in Spencer, NC - part 1 on TrainMasters TV July 2014 edition - brought to you by Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Act II - Streamliners on parade in Spencer, NC - p1 (15:11)

In May of 2014, the North Carolina Transportation Museum gathered together 26 classic locomotives for a four-day spectacular called "Streamliners at Spencer". Part 1 of TMTV's exclusive coverage of this historic event.


Streamliners on parade in Spencer, NC - part 2 on TrainMasters TV July 2014 edition - brought to you by Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Act III - Streamliners on parade in Spencer, NC - p2 (21:36)

In part two, we visit the museum's locomotive wash crew, we profile Wabash #1189 and Doyle McCormack's PA-1 Nickel Plate #190. The day ends with an evening photo shoot.

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Back to the Basement episode 1 on TrainMasters TV July 2014 edition  - brought to you by Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Act IV - Back to the Basement, first installment (18:31)

In the first segment, Miles Hale discusses layout room and backdrop design, as well how to paint realistic looking clouds in record time.


Special bonus segment ...

 

All about steam WOWSound on TrainMasters TV May 2014 edition - brought to you by Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Bonus segment - TCS WOWSound on DCC Decoded (53:45)

John and JD Forsythe from Train Control Systems go in-depth as they demo their steam WOWSound decoders.