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  • BLAST FROM THE PAST! Soldering tips ...

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    Way back in season 1 you'll find this popular segment loaded with great soldering tips. Check it out!


Latest Videos

  • 2019-05.4: Pelle Soeborg's Daneburg Subdivision

  • 2019-05.3: Helpful DCC tools for your toolbox

  • 2019-05.2: Adhesives for rolling stock

  • 2019-05.1: Casting parts with molds, part 2

  • 2019-04.4: Bowser plug'n'play DCC install

  • 2019-04.3: Gil Bennett's Lost Branch of the D&RGW

  • 2019-04.2: Super-easy airbrush weathering

  • 2019-04.1: Casting parts with molds, part 1

TrainMaster's Shows

TrainMasters TV uses a TV-show format to present an act each week, building toward a complete 4-act show by month-end.  Each act contains many segments ranging from a few minutes to 30 minutes or more.  TrainMasters' viewers can choose to watch individual acts or the entire show. TrainMasters also has a growing archive library of how-to videos on a broad selection of model railroad topics. Finally, TMTV is excited to announce the availablilty of eBooks - making TMTV into your total mediaHub for model railroading information.

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Hosts Clark Kooning and Lionel Strang welcome guest clinicians into their shop to share expert tips and techniques for creating more realistic models..

We bring in the leading DCC experts for you in "DCC Decoded".  They'll share their favourite secrets, review new products, and give  tips on how to get the most from DCC.

Our hosts Miles Hale (Modeling with the Masters) and Trevor Marshall (The Model Railway Show) both are very skilled modelers and make watching the how-to process fun.

Who doesn't want to show off their work?  MyLayout features viewer-submitted content presented by host Jim Wright. The contributing modelers take us on a tour around their layouts.

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Bill M:

The lighting, sound, graphics and overall content of TMTV have the feel of a network television show.  If you've ever wished there was an "HGTV" for our hobby, this is as close as any outlet has come.

John D:

The TMTV videos have great production values and more importantly great material. I like that TMTV is not adverse to shooting longer videos -- a half hour or more -- to cover a topic fully.

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