June 2015 edition of TrainMasters TV (2h 5m)

Watch June 2015 Show preview
On the June edition of TrainMasters: 1) Shaun Toman's UP Oregon Division; 2) The Roadshow: Trackside Scenery; 3) Backshop Clinic: Fine scale structure building with Don Railton; 4) The origins of scale modeling; plus Bonus 1: M3D printer review and Bonus 2: Korean Brass U25C

 

MRH  tours Shaun Toman's UP Oregon Division on TrainMasters TV June edition - brought to you by Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Act I - Shaun Toman's UP Oregon Division (13:20)

When Shaun Toman moved to a new residence he found the perfect place to build a layout - in the backyard. See what he's accomplished on his HO-scale Union Pacific Oregon Division in just the first year. 2015.


Roadshow: Trackside scenery techniques on TrainMasters TV June 2015 edition - brought to you by Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Act II - Roadshow: Trackside scenery techniques (56:24)

Trevor Marshall wraps up The Roadshow series by demonstrating his trackside scenery techniques as his friend Chris Abbott follows along. Learn about static grass, simulating flowers and shrubs, and "tea-cycling".


Backshop Clinic: Super-detailed structures on TrainMasters TV June 2015 edition - brought to you by Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Act III - Backshop Clinic: Super-detailed structures (23:05)

Trevor Marshall hosts, as finescale modeller Don Railton visits The Backshop Clinic to discuss techniques for creating his amazingly-detailed structure models in several scales.


Roots of scale model railroading  on TrainMasters TV June 2015 edition - brought to you by Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Act IV - Roots of model railroading (12:49)

There was a time when every boy had dreams of building a model railroad empire. For many, that interest turned into a life-long hobby. TrainMasters TV visited the exhibition "TINXTEN: A Century of Tinplate Trains? at the San Diego Model Railroad Museum to see antique tinplate trains and learn about the origins of our scale modeling.


Special bonus segments ...

 

M3D printer review  on TrainMasters TV June 2015 edition - brought to you by Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Bonus 1 - M3D printer review (12:34)

Miles Hale reviews the M3D, an affordable 3D printer that was made possible through a Kickstarter campaign.


Korean Brass U25C  on TrainMasters TV June 2015 edition - brought to you by Model Railroad Hobbyist magazine

Bonus 2 - Korean Brass U25C (6:56)

John Forsythe of Train Control Systems discusses their new partnership with Korea Brass and the model of General Electric's U25C, the first engine to have factory-installed WOWsound and KeepAlive.