June 2015 edition of TrainMasters TV (2h 5m)
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.
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".
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.
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.
Bonus 1 - M3D printer review (12:34)
Miles Hale reviews the M3D, an affordable 3D printer that was made possible through a Kickstarter campaign.
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.